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Even though winter may be a lovely season to go frolicking in, it can be a little tricky to maintain a healthy complexion in the midst of a zero degree environment. That being said, here are a couple of tips you can use to keep looking fantastic and young in winter!

1. Facial steaming

Nothing beats good ol water when it comes to a natural solution for keeping a healthy complexion. Get out your favorite face steamers and start a daily routine every evening before you sleep, and start looking fabulous every cold, winter morning!

2. Nutritious fruits and food

A good diet would make your life way easier, plus it will help keep you going strong in the cold winter. Including fruits such as apples, kumquats and citrusy fruits within your diet will help your body sustain that facial glow on your face. Why not take this opportunity to introduce pumpkin soup into your meals? It’s super nourishing and taste great!

3. Vitamin C Serum

Now this is a worthy secret weapon to counter the drying effects of winter! Our bodies require this amazing vitamin to fight against the harsh environmental effects we go through on a daily basis. The benefits of vitamin C serum are that of its super anti-oxidant nature! This helps to fight against the radical particles that constantly chips away our natural facial complexion. Use this to give yourself a boost on a gloomy day and see your smile glow together with your healthy face!

There are many ways of keeping your natural facial complexion glowing throughout winter time, but these three tips are what we deem as our essential toolkit to survive the cold!

What is your preferred way of taking care of your face in the harsh winter? Let us know in the comments below and let’s talk!

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