Seven other tips to keep your skin hydrated

Even if you have a greasy complexion, the dry, cold air can give a dull, flaky look. With a little advanced preparation, you can keep your skin hydrated and healthy this winter. Although water is the best thing to drink, it is not necessary to drink eight glasses a day to stay hydrated. However, you must make sure you drink enough during the day to never be thirsty. Once you are thirsty, your body starts to suffer from dehydration. One trick is to carry a bottle of water with you at all times. Add a slice of lemon or lime for a refreshing taste....
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Do not forget to protect your eyes

Summer is time for sunglasses and eye protection, is not it? In fact, sunglasses and goggles can be just as important during the winter months. This is especially true if you live in a cold climate. Snow on the ground can reflect sunlight and cause sunburn, glare and eye damage. In fact, up to 85% of ultraviolet rays can be reflected by snow and in the eyes....
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How to protect your hands this winter

Your hands are used almost every second of the day. You use them to work, play and show your affection. They are important. During the winter months, your hands can become dry, chapped and raw. Dry, cold air, exposure to humidity, and other harsh conditions really kill people. The following tips and ideas can help protect your hands this winter....
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How to find fashionable snow clothes

If you remember how much snow you were wearing when you were a child, you might think that fashionable snow wear is impossible. Snowwear, designed to keep you warm and out of the snow, is bulky and unattractive, is not it? In fact, with the styles and technology available today, winter clothes can be very fashionable. Here are some tips and tactics to stay warm this winter and look great....
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