Dry skin-what's behind it

Healthy skin is full of vitality and elasticity. But in winter, even healthy skin loses its moisture balance. On cold days, the sebaceous glands produce less oil. Without the protection of this lipid layer, it is difficult to maintain the skin's moisture level. In addition, the blood vessels under the skin constrict, reducing the oxygen supply.
This can cause the skin to feel greasy, peeling, and red. Areas with thin skin or lack of subcutaneous (fat) tissue, such as the lower legs, elbows, and knees, are particularly vulnerable. If you are curious about the causes of dry skin, learn more here.

Winter emergency-how to protect your skin!
Nivea body products can take care of your skin in many ways. Provides moisturizing effect to the skin.

Lips need special care in winter
Lips are sensitive because the skin is thin and there are no sebaceous glands that make up the lipid layer. This is why the lips become particularly dry and cracked in winter. Learn more about how to properly care for your lips here.

Moisturizing habits-how to make dry skin beautiful again

Start caring for your skin with balanced nutrition-caring for your skin from the inside out
Lack of moisture can make your skin dry, so you should drink at least 2 liters of water a day.
Eat nuts! It provides energy, is rich in healthy fats, minerals and vitamins, and tastes great.
Oily sea fish and dried apricots provide calcium to the body and have anti-aging properties.
Carrot juice and tomato juice are rich in healthy vitamins. The addition of linseed oil is particularly good for absorption.
A balanced and healthy diet can make the skin, the largest organ of our body, healthy and strong.
Learn more about the beauty of the body here