Don’t let the sniffles dry out your nose

December 14th, 2011 | Contributed by:

Your nose doesn't have to suffer when you're sick!Cold and flu season is unfortunately upon us, which means you'd better start stocking up on plenty of chicken soup, warm blankets and tissues.

Women who are getting quite familiar with the tissue box may begin to notice their noses becoming dry, red and raw. With constant dampness and frequent nose-blowing, it's inevitable that the delicate skin on your nose will suffer. However, you can help soothe the problem.

Use a gentle cleanser that won't risk irritating your skin more, like Exuviance – Gentle Cleansing Creme. It won't suck out any more moisture from your face. Once you gently pat dry, follow up with a rich moisturizer, like ATOPALM – MLE Intensive Moisturizing Cream. It will soothe and replenish your skin while forming a protective barrier so your nose won't face as much damage with each tissue.

If you're worried about redness, a bit of yellow-tinted powder will help to combat the hue. Just be sure to swipe it on after you've applied plenty of moisturizer.


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