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Cold Weather Beauty & Skincare Diet: Keep Skin and Hair Healthy During the Winter Season -- Presented by Skincare-News.com

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/14/12 -- Maintaining optimum health from head to toe can be a challenge during the winter holiday season. Need some practical tips for ensuring a healthy diet in the face of tempting holiday treats? The latest article by Skincare-News.com Cold Weather Diet for Healthy Skin and Hair offers healthy eating tips that provide the added benefit of essential nutrients to keep skin and hair gorgeous all winter long.

A cold weather beauty regimen is only one aspect of an overall healthy lifestyle. How does a nutritious diet, rich in fiber and leafy green veggies, contribute to gorgeous skin and hair? Which foods help improve skin conditions like rosacea and acne? To find out, visit Skincare-News.com or click skincare-news.com/a-10159-Cold_Weather_Diet_for_Healthy_Skin_and_Hair.aspx

When it comes to choosing the right foods for clear, youthful skin and lustrous hair, the recommendations may be surprising. In addition to nourishing foods like fish and nuts, cold weather favorites such as hot cocoa can be a welcome addition to a beautifying winter diet. What essential nutrient found in sweet potatoes helps prevent dry, itchy scalp and shield skin from damaging UV rays? What are some healthy ways to incorporate caffeine into a cold weather routine? To find out, visit Skincare-News.com or click skincare-news.com/a-10159-Cold_Weather_Diet_for_Healthy_Skin_and_Hair.aspx

Tasteless salads are a thing of the past. Why not add the beauty-boosting nutrients found in legumes, tomatoes, nuts, citrus and leafy greens like kale and spinach? What are a few dessert-worthy foods that actually improve skin? From hair-boosting berries to antioxidant-rich chocolate, how can people take advantage of winter's finest foods to help maintain gorgeous hair and skin? To find out, visit Skincare-News.com or click skincare-news.com/a-10159-Cold_Weather_Diet_for_Healthy_Skin_and_Hair.aspx

Find answers to many more questions about making informed choices for a healthy cold weather diet that benefits skin, hair and body -- plus tips for staying healthy all year long -- at Skincare-News.com or skincare-news.com/a-10159-Cold_Weather_Diet_for_Healthy_Skin_and_Hair.aspx

See also:

"Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 6: Budget" skincare-news.com/a-7880-Skincare__Beauty_FAQ_Handbook__Part_6_Budget.aspx

Beauty products are an investment, and working within a budget means people need to know what's worth the money and what isn't. To help people choose wisely, this chapter of the Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook offers essential tips for anyone looking for ways to save on quality skincare, gifts and more. Check out this section for tips on the best beauty indulgences, low-cost natural products and ideas for thoughtful gifts that won't break the bank.

"Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 5: Body & Spa" skincare-news.com/a-7864-Skincare__Beauty_FAQ_Handbook__Part_5_Body__Spa.aspx

Proper skincare doesn't stop at the neck. Caring for the body is an essential part of a complete beauty regimen, whether that means DIY pampering like homemade body scrubs or professional spa treatments like extractions and body wraps. But not everybody has the time or money to get expensive spa treatments on a regular basis. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to create an easy regimen at home that treats the body from head to toe. In Part 4 of Skincare-News.com's Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook, learn about luxurious treatments, effective hair removal techniques, treating cellulite and caring for tired feet. Find out how to get smooth, soft skin through exfoliation, body brushing, shaving and more.

"Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 1: Skin Type & Seasonal Skincare" skincare-news.com/a-7806-Skincare__Beauty_FAQ_Handbook__Part_1_Skin_Type__Seasonal_Skincare.aspx

Looking for answers to specific beauty-related questions, or curious about how to establish an effective skincare routine? Want to update beauty products or treat skin conditions like psoriasis? Skincare-News.com's Beauty & Skincare Guide can help! Peruse this FAQ section to get tips on finding the right products according to skin type and maintaining healthy skin year-round, in every season.

"Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 2: Acne" skincare-news.com/a-7821-Skincare__Beauty_FAQ_Handbook__Part_2_Acne.aspx

Looking for answers on effective ways to fight acne? With Skincare-News.com's Beauty & Skincare Guide, anyone can learn the ins and outs of healthy skincare from head to toe. Whether the goal is to find a gentle acne treatment for dry skin or banish back acne for good, these FAQs can help create a personalized skincare regimen. People will also find tips on treating adult acne during menopause or after discontinuing birth control.

"Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook - Part 3: Anti-Aging" skincare-news.com/a-7834-Skincare__Beauty_FAQ_Handbook__Part_3_AntiAging.aspx

For most people, aging gracefully requires some help. Before spending a fortune on anti-aging treatments, look to Part 3 of Skincare-News.com's Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook for practical advice on healthy, youthful skin from head to toe. In Part 3, learn about the different types of aging, treatments for the face and body, and the best ingredients to battle everything from crow's feet to sagging skin.

About Skincare-News.com -- "Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care"

Skincare-News.com is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, Skincare-News.com features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty-related issues. Skincare-News.com is located in Sacramento, California, but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit http://www.skincare-news.com

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