LifeStyleHer: Winter Hair & Skin Care

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Winter is steadily approaching, and it’s time to take EXTRA CARE of your skin and hair!  Read below for our tips on how to maintain healthy tresses and radiant glowing skin all winter season long!

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Dry Hair

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Cold weather can have some of the most damaging effects on your hair, and women don’t naturally take as much precaution to protect their hair during the winter season. The snow, rain and cold can make hair dry and extremely brittle, but there are steps you can take to prevent and protect your mane from any damage during the changing climate.

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Deep, rich, moisturizing conditioner is the key towards maintaining and replenishing dry and damaged hair! Conditioners rich in essential fatty acids and humectants, also soy protein and panthenol, are the most highly recommended by top stylists because they hold moisture in the hair during the cold weather.

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Our Favorite Conditioners

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Dry Skin

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Banish dry skin this winter by moisturizing! Specialists agree that during the colder climates, choosing moisturizers that are oil based over water based help to create a protective layer on the skin that retains moisture. Top choices include avocado oil, mineral oil, primrose oil, or almond oil, oils that don’t clog and are all natural to help nurture and smooth dry skin.

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Our Favorite Moisturizers

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Stay away from hot showers!

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It is tempting to want a steaming hot shower when it’s cold outside, but the intense heat of the water is actually horrible for your skin. It creates a loss of moisture and breaks down barriers on your skin. Stick to lukewarm water and remember to moisturize immediately following your bath for best results.

By Elizabette Quezada and Mashonda Tifrere for LifeStyleHer

LifeStyleHer is geared toward empowering women to have a positive outlook on all aspects of life. Styling lives from the inside out, founder, Mashonda Tifrere aims to educate and enrich the mind, body, and soul of all women. LifeStyleHer covers a variety of topics including; fashion, beauty, health & wellness, relationships, travel & food, and arts & entertainment. LifeStyleHer gives women an outlet to experience personal gratitude on a universal level.  FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @LIFESTYLEHER

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