Winter is quite possibly the harshest season when it comes to our skin. Because of the lower humidity and colder temperature, our body loses out on a lot of moisture, causing loads of damage to the skin. To prevent that outcome, here are the top 5 things you can do to take care of your skin this winter.
The causes of what we commonly identify as 'gastric' starts off small — from snacking on our favourite dairy-based dessert, or taking a smoke break immediately after wolfing down fried foods, the triggers are aplenty. To think that a sudden case of gas and acid reflux will not set us back for a lifetime would be a wrong idea. It is only a matter of time that the minor heartburn becomes a major obstacle to living a healthy life. It is not entirely impossible to curb gastrointestinal maladies, but in order to do so it is essential to get to the root of the cause while also making some major changes to one's lifestyle.
The pandemic has changed our lives drastically and now, we are much more conscious and vigilant about our health and wellness. And exactly for this reason, wellness apps have gained immense popularity in this post-pandemic era. These wellness apps are easily accessible, insightful and usually free.
The weather is already careening headfirst into the stinging cold season and we are already craving the comfort of hot drinks, snug sweaters, cosy comforters, and swelteringly hot showers. But while it is a universally acknowledged truth that there is nothing better than a warm shower on a cool winter morning, there are certain disadvantages of the beloved hot showers.
A baby’s skin is more sensitive than that of a grown-up, as they are more prone to conditions like dry skin or rashes. That is why special attention is a must when you are taking care of your growing baby, as healthy skin keeps them away from many associated diseases. With winter knocking at our doors, here are some ideal skincare routines for your little one.