Winter Skin Care: Use this thing in the bath instead of soap in winter, which will keep the skin soft

New Delhi. Winter Skin Care: In winter we use hot water for bath. Hot water relaxes the body, so we keep bathing in hot water for a long time. Due to which the moisture of the skin decreases. But ubtan has been used since time immemorial to bring glow and shine to the skin. Ubtan is a home made pack that exfoliates the skin properly and brings glow to the face and body. You can make Ubtan with the things available at home. Add this to your skin care routine and you will see the difference in a few days. If you are also getting dryness due to soap in winter, then use these things except soap.

Use these things for bath

Besan and milk curd:

Use ubtan instead of soap to clean your body twice a week. To make the ubtan, prepare a paste by adding a little milk to the gram flour. Now apply it all over the body and leave it for some time. Wash off the body after 15 to 20 minutes. This will remove dryness from your skin as well as improve the complexion of your skin.

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Oil massage before bath:

You can also resort to oil massage to avoid dryness. For this, you have to massage the whole body with coconut, almond or olive oil half an hour before bath. In such a situation, when you take a bath, your skin will not be dry and you will not even need to apply cream to moisturize the skin.

Use shower gel:

Compared to soap, shower gel is soft and mild. There are many shower gels that also contain moisturizing agents that keep your skin from drying out while soaps make your skin dry in winters.

Take a bath with raw milk:

If you are allergic to all these things on your skin, then you should apply raw milk. This will also give you less trouble. Also your money will be saved. And if seen, many types of nutrients are also found in milk.

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