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BEST WAY TO STAY BEAUTIFUL IN WINTER

1.Hydrate   

It is not called an elixir just like that. Especially in winter, water is the savior. Keeping yourself hydrated is the key solution to all your problems. You may not feel thirsty as much but remember to take a sip now and then so that you can continue to flaunt your hair and smile without cracks.

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SKIN RULES IN WINTER

2.Moisturize

Moisturizing your skin and hair is very much important this season. It is not just about looking good but also maintaining health for long term. A good moisturizing cream that suits your skin should do well. Choose wisely based on your skin type. A simple hair pack of green gram or curd will keep your mane healthy and happy all the while. Remember to do it at least once a week.

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5 BEST HAIR CARE RULES

3.Nutrition

Strengthening skin and hair from inside is as important as taking care of how it looks from outside. Nutritious diet will help you do this easily. Try to include as much green leafy vegetables and whole grains in your diet. Colorful fruits and veggies will provide right amount of vitamins, zinc, proteins and other important molecules that will boost the health of your skin and hair this winter.

4.Avoid Sun        

Standing for a few minutes in Sun might give you a little escape from the cold inside, but it definitely damages skin and hair more than you think. A proper sunscreen lotion is a must before going out. Try and cover your hair with a dupatta or stole to avoid damage from sun and dust. This will help you check with split ends and dandruff which are most common this season.

5.Limit Shower Time

We totally understand your love to stand under the hot shower when the thermometer hits low. But, longer bathing time and high water temperature are both a complete NO this season. A 5 to 10 minute bath in lukewarm water is the best to do. Also, if you are using a restroom hand dryer, use it just until your hands are damp rather than perfectly dry.]]>