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8 Winter Beauty Essentials You Can't Survive Without

Suffering from dry skin, hands, hair, and everything other beauty ailment in life caused by the cold? No worries! My winter woe-solving guide is here to help. Click here to read my guide!


The Nutritional Deficiencies That Cause Cold Hands and Feet

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Home Remedies for Numbness in Hands and Feet

Prev post1 of 3Next Numbness in the hands and feet means there is a lack of touch sensation. Other symptoms can include tingling or burning sensations, sharp pain or weakness of the affected area. It is a very common problem. There are many causes, including constant pressure on the hands and feet, exposure to cold


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Go outside in the winter with exposed skin. If it's cold, it's uncomfortable. Now go outside when it's cold and the wind is blowing. That cold wind cuts through you. It sucks the moisture right out of your skin. That's why your hands, face and lips feel chapped. Cold winds blow across plants and pulls moisture right out of them and dries them out. I've seen from personal experience more damage caused by cold wind than cold temperature.