It’s certainly gotten colder in the last few days, and with the dry chilly weather comes the awfully dry lips, cracking heels, and palms, accompanied by dry cheeks and facial crevices. But we have something that will keep your dry skin smooth, supple, and hydrated even in the harshest winters!
When all that fails to hydrate your mouth, we all resort to petroleum jelly, the true MVP of lip balms! Use liberally on the lips, elbows, ankles, and even heels to keep them moist and supple during the season!
Leave in conditioner
Is winter ruining the great hair game by making it brittle and static? To tackle static and dry hair, replace your in-shower conditioner with a leave-in conditioner.
Co Natural lip Balm
And after applying coats of lip balm, are your lips still dry? It’s time to invest in a lip cleaner, which you should use softly on your lips to remove dry skin before applying a rich lip mask or lip balm.
Krack happy feet
Cracked feet certainly make us cringe. In a perfect future, we’d have heels as soft as a baby’s bottom, but winters carry us sandpaper heels, and that’s not acceptable! To heal broken shoes, soak your feet in warm water and use a pumice stone to clean away the hardened dry skin. Apply the Krack cream and put on socks before going to bed to get the softest heels!
Hand creams by Body Shop
Let’s be honest: if your hands aren’t moisturized, anything you touch feels stiff and static. And, though a rich cream can be used before night, you need a somewhat less fluffy solution during the day, and these hand creams are right in the center, not too creamy but still moisturizing!
The Ordinary Rosehip seed oil
This skin savior is renowned for its nourishing properties, and a few drops of the oil will work wonders on your dehydrated and dull skin!