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Repairing Winter-Damaged Hair

The cold, dry weather of winter time can do a lot of damage to your hair. The change in humidity in the air not only dries out your skin but also dries out your hair. This might also lead to some heavy shedding and dry scalp.

Find out how you can repair your hair from the harsh winter weather with these tips:

Protein Treatment – If you’re noticing some shedding or breakage in your hair, that means that it’s in a weakened state. Increased protein treatments in your hair, and eating more foods rich in protein will help give that boost it needs.

Moisturizing Conditioner – Keep your hair moisturized to protect it from the humid weather conditions. Deep conditioning is also recommended. Choose those with powerful natural hydrators and masks...

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Skincare tips to survive a “cold” Gasparilla Invasion

With the impending Gasparilla invasion upon Tampa Bay, here are some tips to keep you looking and feeling good during the pillaging and plundering by Jose Gaspar and his crew of pirates.

  • gasparilla-harbor-island-flMoisturize

As Gaspar’s invasion arrives just before noon, it also kicks off a long parade and day filled with celebration. Not only do we recommend you moisturize first thing in the morning, but you may want to bring your moisturizer with you since we are expecting to have quite a day of sunshine and cold winds blowing across the bay. Remember your lip balm, too! Cold winds actually dry out your skin more than our usual warm (hot) weather and humidity.

  • Sunscreen

Even in parts of the country that currently under inches of snow, it’s still possible to get sunburned...

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10 Winter Skin Care Tips: Banish Dry Skin

For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general tight, dry feeling: They get skin so dry it results in flaking, cracking, even eczema (in which the skin becomes inflamed).

“As soon as you turn the heat on indoors, the skin starts to dry out,” Bonnie LaPlante, an esthetician with the Canyon Ranch resort in Lenox, Mass., tells WebMD. “It doesnt matter if you heat your home using oil, wood, or electricity. The skin gets dry.

“Sound familiar? Read on to get WebMD’s top 10 tips for boosting your winter skin care regimen, so that your skin stays moist and healthy through the winter months.

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