simple hacks to beat seasonal dryness
As the month of February approaches towards March, it takes a drastic turn. The weather becomes extremely dusty and dry resulting in various health issues.
In India, the winter season generally starts in November and lasts till mid-February. But from the starting of February itself, nature starts witnessing some changes which even affect our lives too.
In April, the spring season makes a colourful entry as nature turns green and beautiful. Along with nature, the minds of the people are get very fresh and happy.
But before the onset of April, it is the months of February and March which are generally the driest and dustiest time of the year. The dust in the environment creates various issues which need to be taken care of.
Pahi Sharma who is a leading hair and beauty expert from Guwahati spoke to Fit Northeast regarding this.
According to Sharma, during this season, maximum people suffer from problems caused by dryness like Itchiness and redness of the skin, chapped lips and cracked heels.
During this period of the year, people may feel very dehydrated as a result we may feel weak or even faint due to loss of liquid from the body.Sharma says as this season is dry, our body also reacts to the changes in nature.
During this period of the year, people may feel very dehydrated as a result we may feel weak or even faint due to loss of liquid from the body.
To keep away from this dehydration, it is suggested to drink lots of water, including the original coconut water, juicy fruits and vegetables in the diet which can constantly make-up the water loss caused by sweat or various reasons.
Seasonal fruits like watermelon, grapes are highly beneficial.
Before stepping out of the home it is suggested to drink a glass of lemon water (or nimbu pani) which prevents the skin from suntan. A light lotion or and SPF can be applied to the skin instead of any heavy moisturizer.
After returning home at the end of a tiring day, it is mandatory to wash the face with a good face wash as it works as an exfoliator of all the dirt and impurities which clog the pores of our skin throughout the day.
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