The winter months can be hard on your skin, so as you prepare to host and attend events and parties this holiday season, it is important to take care of your skin. Joana Teixeira tells us how.
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Every Winter, my usually combination skin gets SO dry. The cold air coupled with central heating plays havoc with my skin and it’s no fun.
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As the winter sets in it’s really easy to let things go by the wayside, especially when it comes to your beauty regime. However, not preparing and paying proper attention to your skin and hair can lead to a whole raft of issues. Freezing temperatures, the drying nature of indoor heating and a lack of motivation are all your enemies when it comes to skin and hair in winter, but you can take care of everything with a solid plan, Joana Texiera explains.
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