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Dressing for winter

Postby Neenu » Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:49 am

=Though it is natural to want to resort to wool or other warmer fabrics in winter,these may not be great on winter skin.
=Non-irritating fabrics, such as cotton, allow circulation of air over the skin and avoid trapping of moisture. Dressing in layers will give you the advantage of taking off or adding clothes if you feel too warm or cold.
=Synthetic materials are ideal for winter as they provide warmth and yet do not trap moisture. They even dry faster if they become wet.
=Since more skin is covered in winter, there is increased potential for developing allergic reactions to irritants in detergents or fabric toners and softeners. Switching to a gentler brand of detergent or avoiding fabric toners is a good choice in winter.
=Wearing gloves over your hands can protect the nails and skin from unseemly damage while also keeping them supple.
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