Do you know how to protect your skin from cold weather?

Dry skin: The cold has come up with problems. One of the problems of cold is dry skin.

Cold weather, wind, and low humidity lead to dry skin.

Also, the warm and dry air inside the house reduces the moisture content of your skin.

Without proper care, dry skin can lead to redness, itching, cracking and even other skin problems, such as eczema and acne.

Solutions for maintaining the beauty of the skin in the cold

1-Use of healthy oils

What is the role of industrial oils on dryness and cracking of the skin?

With the introduction of unsaturated fats into the bloodstream,

It must first be purified by liver and remove harmful compounds from it.

At the beginning of the confrontation of the liver with fatty acids and waste products,

The liver, in any way, repels them, and in many people it will produce blemishes and skin grains.

Increase the heat of Liver

But when the volume of their entry into the body increases and the body of your body (liver) is filled

The liver has a false heat

It does not purify the blood properly, and this waste will go away with blood to various parts of the body, including the skin.

This process of increasing heat will go very slowly

Your body’s skin will begin to crack due to excessive heat, such as a desert water.

So first correct your nutrition before starting any treatment period or buying any medication

2- Usage of omega-3 fatty acids

The best way to maintain the smoothness of the skin is to moisturize the body by changing the diet.

The skin needs fat to maintain flexibility and stay healthy. Eating naturally-rich foods can dramatically help the skin.

These foods include eggs, nuts, avocados, fish, turkey, chicken or beef, yogurt and peanut butter.

natural resources rich in omega-3 fatty acids

  • coconut oil
  • olive oil
  • Castor oil

3- Consume Lots Of Veggies And Some Fruit

Your skin (and body) also needs the vitamins and minerals in vegetables, such as Vitamins A, C, and E, zinc, and selenium, to stay healthy and moisturized.

The salts in vegetables and fruits will also help you retain more water and stay hydrated.

Furthermore, the antioxidants in fruits and veggies help fight free-radical damage and aging.

Base your diet on vegetables, but limit the fruit, as the sugar in fruit can cause inflammation and be hard on your body and skin. Of course, organic vegetables and fruits are usually preferable.

4- Drink Lots Of Fluids

Water of course will help you stay hydrated, and drinking more will especially help if you don’t usually drink enough.


Exercise and sweating help to warm you up, clear your pores, and increase your circulation–delivering nutrients to your skin.

Dry skin treatment with products by Parsiteb Company

Usually, the center of regulation of the dryness in the body is the liver.

That is, dry skin and itching often disappear or greatly reduced by increasing the moisture content of the liver.

In other words, the main cause of skin problems, including dry skin, is the presence of waste in the liver.

Shelliver seven medicinal plants distilled

Therefore, in the first step, it is advisable to use a disinfectant to cleanse the liver (salivary), which, in view of the plants used in it, plays a significant role in eliminating excess fats from the liver and blood, and causing dryness and itching.

Ato Restoration Herbal Cream

After that, used Ato Restoration Herbal Cream

Ato Restoration Herbal Cream is a combination of 3 different medicinal plants (Aloe vera, Olea europaea and Ricinus communis), which have therapeutic effects to reduce inflammation and itching of the skin and also regenerate and repair the skin.

For more information on this field, you can read the Aloe Worm Aloe Vera Cream Essential Oil Cream, or take a look at our advice.




Dr. Aminn Ghafouri

About Afsane AminGhafouri

Dr Afsane Ghafuri
My name is Afsaneh Amin Ghafouri I have PhD degree in Agroecology from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. I have over 8 years of experience working in agricultural science as Medicinal Plants scientist. Currently, I work as a Senior Researcher (R&D) at Parsi Teb Herbal Pharmaceutical Company since 2017. I have written more than 100 articles on medicinal plants and their application in traditional medicine. Teaching experience for 8 years in the field of medicinal plants.

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