How to take a bath
 After a long tiring day in the office, and after intensive training in the gym, a lot of us like to take a relaxing bath. It's a great way to relieve stress, recharge your mind and body, does not it? Unfortunately, water treatment, especially in the colder months, often provoke itching, dryness and peeling of the skin. So how do you properly take a bath without damage to the skin?

Our secrets:

- Use warm water.   When the weather is gloomy, sunless and frosty, and I want to pour the hot water bath. As though it was tempting, do not do it, then you do not want to suffer from dry skin. The hotter the water, the more water is removed from the skin, so there is itching and flaking. Choose warm water that will cleanse and caress the body without damage to the skin.

- Do not lie in the bath too long.   After a hard day relaxing bath is needed, especially if you add it to the bath salts or oils. Enjoying provided minutes of bliss, we can forget about the time and remain for more than an hour. If you stay in the bath longer than 15-20 minutes, the skin will inevitably be dry. If you do not watch, just watch for the skin as soon as it becomes pink and you get warm full - time to get out.

- Do not get carried away with foam.   It's so beautiful, so good - lie in the foam. But it is not very desirable for the skin. To achieve foam manufacturer puts these tools quite harsh for the skin ingredients, they not only wash away dirt, but also deprive the skin of natural oils of the skin. It is better to use special cleansing soaps or gels, they are more loyal to the skin and usually contain moisturizing ingredients.

- Required moisture after a bath!   Do not rush immediately wipe after a bath. Just dab the moisture on wet skin, apply body oil or moisturizer for the body. Excellent if your vehicle body will shea butter, cocoa butter or jojoba oil, and humectants such as hyaluronic acid or glycerol. These components retard moisture loss, helping to keep the skin moisturized and soft within a few hours.
Author: Olga Larsen