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Winter air can wreak havoc on our hair and skin but there are definitely some steps to take to protect it. Aren’t you glad that you have a feminization Mistress to tell you these things? This week, it’s all about cold weather care for your skin and hair.

Hair and Skin Beauty Tips For Winter

Lock it in— Lotion just isn’t for hands! Invest in a quality softening cream for your skin, because cold weather can be a bitch! Wear gloves when you do dishes and apply hand cream aferr every hand wash. And don’t put body lotion on your face. Look for a good, moisture-rich cream to guard against chapped cheeks and other areas that really take a winter beating. And try to get a small, travel version to carry in your sissy purse for when you’re out.

Seal it up— Look into a leave-in conditioner for hair, but only apply it to the ends. Putting product on your roots will make your hair limp and lifeless.

Never go naked— Lip balm is your friend. You should never have bare lips in winter. The moment you start licking dry lips, you’re on the road to ruin. Thankfully, balms and protectants are fairly cheap and many even have tint, so two birds with one stone!

Little Secret, Big Payoff

I actually have a tip that has been in my family for years, and it takes ‘soft hands’ to the next level. By no means will I say my clan invented this trick, but we surely have benefited from it. The best thing about it is that it’s not expensive or difficult! So, we all know that as we age, wrinkles and age spots form and can ‘date’ us instantly. Your hands are one of the first parts of you that people see, and soft pretty hands are important for sissies, too. So get yourself a large tub of petroleum jelly and a thin pair of soft cloth gloves. Smooth a generous layer of jelly on the backs of your hands and fingers. Then put the gloves on and leave on overnight. That’s right, do it while you sleep! In the morning, you will see and feel a difference that regular lotion just can’t deliver. You can do this once a week in winter, or whenever you feel like it. Cool, huh? Something that’s done when you’re not even conscious. Nothing could be easier!

Stay warm and well, readers. The nights are only going to get colder. Bundle up!