4.. Eat oil, drink water.

In winters, our body loses moisture often. Even a touch of cold air can make your skin go dry. Oils are a good moisturising element in winter. Olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil, avocado oil are some of the useful products that ensure your skins softness and smoothness in winter. Eating healthy oils also internally rejuvenates your skin and makes it healthy. In winters, our body needs double the amount of water we intake normally. To keep ourselves hydrated both internally and externally we should drink lots and lots of water.
5. Healthy showers.

Bath in winters has to be very careful and planned in order to avoid dryness. First and foremost, minimise your bath time to avoid skin exposure to air and water. Massage your face and body with olive, coconut oil or even milk. This will moisturise and soften your skin. You can also add drops of olive oil or coconut oil to your bath water.
6. Follow healthy habits.

If you are too lazy to follow the above mentioned tips, start following these winter habits
? Eat healthy. Add lots of fruits, fiber and green vegetables in your diet.
? Do not take hot water baths as it in creates dryness.
? Apply moisturisers twice or thrice a day.
? Keep your body hydrated by drinking lots of water.
? Cover your body to avoid cold air and dryness of your skin.
? Avoid using beauty products with alcoholic content in them.
? Replace your harsh soap with a mild face wash.
? Use Vaseline on your feet, hands and lips to keep them soft and supple.
? Before bathing, apply olive or coconut oil all over your body and face, this will soften and moisturise your skin.