Winter Skincare Tips: The Best Serums, Face Scrubs, Face Oils and Moisturizers

Winter Skincare Tips

It is said, “The real achievement is to retain a warm heart in the cold.” The real issue, though, is maintaining healthy skin throughout the winter. The cold and windy weather of winter can be harsh on our skin, resulting in a loss of moisture and dry, flaky skin. Less sun exposure causes your skin to dry out and get itchy when its natural moisture is lost. 

Winter skin demands to be cleansed, exfoliated, moisturized, and masked. Cleanse, exfoliate, moisturize, mask, and apply facial oils. Pff! It's difficult to please your skin. And even when we do manage to maintain a regular schedule, sometimes our skin still seems dull the following morning. This happens not because of the number of products you use but because what matters are the ingredients you use on your skin and the order in which you apply your skincare. 

Following the correct skincare routine is a fool proof way to succeed in winter skincare! Here are our six essential winter skin care tips: 

1. Wake Up Your Skin With Lukewarm Water 

When the temperature drops, it is highly alluring to take a hot shower but stay away from hot water if you value your skin. Instead, take a warm shower and wash your face with it. On a winter morning, before you begin your AM skincare routine, start by cleansing your face to remove any bacteria that might have accumulated from your night-time crèmes and serums. 

In the morning, washing off the sweat and oil your skin produces as you sleep with a mild face wash is the first step in a proper skincare routine. 

Choose a cleanser that will refresh your skin in the morning and keep it hydrated for the rest of the day. Keeping this in mind, you should try Ikkai Grapefruit Margarita Face Wash. It’s a pH-balancing cleanser that calms and clarifies your skin. Grapefruit extract, which is high in vitamins and antioxidants, nourishes and revitalizes your skin and balances your skin tone. 

2. Exfoliate Your Skin

Want to get rid of dead skin cells? Exfoliate your skin twice a week with a cream-based face scrub. It deeply purifies and removes dead skin, which helps soothe your skin. Ikkai Papaya Power Face Scrub contains the goodness of papaya and carrot seed oil, which gently removes dead skin cells and deeply purifies your skin.  

3. Moisturize Right After Cleaning 

Your skin loses its natural oils whenever you wash your hands, face, or body. Replace these oils frequently because they aid in retaining moisture. This is the reason it’s crucial to hydrate your skin after every wash, especially in the winter. When you think about moisturizing and hydration, there is nothing better than a vitamin C-enriched crème. That's exactly what Ikkai has in store for you with its C The Glow Face Souffle Creme. This moisturizing, antioxidant-rich day creme addresses dry, dull skin. It is a day creme with the goodness of Vitamin C that rapidly revitalizes dull, worn-out skin and has a lightweight feel. Your skin will be left feeling energized, radiant, and healthy. 

4. Hydrate Yourself As Well As Your Skin 

Don’t forget to drink water when indulging in hot cocoa, coffee, or tea to stay warm. Even if you don’t feel thirsty very often in the winter, make sure to drink lots of water. Your skin will remain nourished and fresh if you keep your body free from pollutants. While you drink plenty of water, it is important to hydrate your skin with oils, moisturizers, and serums. We recommend Ikkai C The Glow Brightening Concentrate. It improves the radiance of your skin, fights dullness, prevents aging, and makes you glow naturally. Another powerful ingredient to illuminate your skin is the goodness of green tea. Wondering how? Ikkai Get Lit Illuminator Strobe Moisturiser Pearl Matte Gloss contains green tea and skin-loving vitamins that brighten and add sheen. It is a multi-purpose solution that serves as a moisturizer, highlighter, and illuminator all in one. Just the right amount of winter radiance for your skin. 

5. Try An Ultimate Lip Care Regime

You must have stocked up on lip butter and lip masks for your chapped lips, but these alone cannot treat dry lips on their own. Use an organic scrub to remove any dead skin cells gently. With natural ingredients like Kokum butter, Beetroot, and Sugar granules, Ikkai Pink Me Again Lip Scrub removes dead skin cells, treats chapped lips, and nourishes flaky lips. With just one application, your lips will feel refreshed, smooth, supple, and healthy.  

6. Use Overnight Facial Oil

The best way to revive or prevent dry skin is with overnight skincare. Your skin's clock slows down as the night goes on; therefore, you need facial oil to nourish and repair your skin while you are asleep. We suggest using an oil that has a natural source of vitamin C to help revive your skin’s texture and hydrate skin Ikkai C The Glow face oil for dry skin. It hydrates and revives dull skin to give you naturally glowing skin when you wake up. 

Conclusion

Most people worry that their skin may become dry and flaky as winter approaches, especially those with dry skin. The winter skincare advice above may help you if you're having problems keeping your skin hydrated during this time. Remember that maintaining healthy skin requires a nutritious diet and keeping yourself hydrated.

Your skin will stay healthy and radiant if you follow these recommendations.