Braun Silk Epil LS5160 Lady Shaver - Wet & Dry Cordless Electric Hair Removal Razor and Bikini Trimmer for Women
The Braun Silk-epil Lady Shaver - Gently Shave and exfoliate. Dual care: While shaving, the unique exfoliation attachment revitalizes the skin for a smooth, radiant appearance.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Winter can be especially tough on your legs. Cold, dry air outside and warm, centrally-heated dry air inside can lead to irritated skin. But how can you make shaving your legs more comfortable in these conditions? Here are some common questions for your legs.
How important is it to use moisturizers during the winter months?
The first line of defense against dry, cracked winter skin is moisturization. Even if your skin appears or feels oily in the summer, consider using an oil-based moisturizer to give your skin the complete protection it needs. Delicate areas like your shins tend to get extra-dry in winter try applying a rich moisturizing cream several times a day.
What role does diet play in improving the health and appearance of your skin?
During these cold winter months, your skin needs the right nutrients to look and feel its very best. Make sure your diet is well-balanced, with lots of fresh vegetables, fruit and fiber. And perhaps most importantly, drink as much water as you can to replenish your body's dried-out moisture reserves.
What can I do to keep my legs in shape during the season?
Just because the temperatures have gone south doesn't mean that you have to be resigned to the couch. Take advantage of the cold weather and try out winter sports like Nordic skiing or ice skating. More than great ways to enjoy the outdoors, these activities will give you more shapely, strong and irresistibly beautiful legs.
Which is better for my skin: the bath or the shower?
There's nothing better than a warm bath on cold day. But be careful not to overdo it: keep the bath short and the water warm, never hot. Also, limit baths to just a couple times a week. Take warm showers on the other days. After your bath, pat your skin dry and apply moisturizer or body oil immediately afterwards, sealing in moisture while your skin is still warm.
Do the clothes I wear affect the look and feel of my skin?
It stands to reason that during winter your skin has more contact with clothing that it does with cold outside air. The friction caused by clothing stresses the skin, leading to redness, tightness and irritation. Choose your winter wardrobe by asking yourself this simple question: Does it feel good? Try to wear breathable natural or functional fabrics that dont cause too much friction.
Does using a humidifier really make a difference?
Centrally-heated dry inside air usually decreases humidity levels to below 30%. Add some much-needed moisture to the air by using a humidifier. Your skin and your taxed respiratory tract will be glad you did!