Use a Humidifier in Bedroom to Moisturize Skin


When your radiator starts hissing, you should switch on a humidifier to protect skin from becoming overly dry.  Dry winter air, cause by blasting indoor heating systems steals moisture from the air, which in turn, can look to steal moisture from your body causing a host of problems from dry skin, parched throat, irritated eyes, and sinus problems. New York City dermatologist Doris Day explains that air humidity is lower inside and out during winter cold, and that additionally going from cold, outdoor air to hot indoor r can cause chapping and itchiness. By using a humidifier, you add moisture to the air through water vapor, which helps your skin keep the moisture it has when the air is not absorbing extra.

She recommends installing the device in your bedroom, since you spend, hopefully, close to eight hours a day there. You should set the level to bring humidity to 35%, which adds moisture to the air without water condensing on your window panes. Using a warm mist, closer to your body temperature will ease absorption, and help take your complexion from dry to dewy. If you do not have the money to invest on a humidifier, simply place a bowl of luke warm water on top of your radiator while you sleep. The water will naturally evaporate into the air while you are logging your beauty rest.

Source courtesy of NY Magazine, The Cut. Image courtesy of Floors to Your Home.

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