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From chilling below zero to sizzling hot temperatures, baby you need to get ready for Mother Nature's challenge. Just because it's cold doesn't mean you don't have to protect your skin from the sun. UV rays can still cause damage as it reflects off snow and ice. Choose foundations and lipsticks that are hydrating and have SPF and vitamin E in them. And when you're chillin' indoors, keep that glowing complexion by moisturing. Limit your showers and baths. Too many of them strip the natural oils from your skin. Wind damages the hair during the winter months. Don't wash every day and when you do, deep condition. You really need to pay attention to your hands and feet to keep them from cracking. Apply milking cream to your hands. It's rich in lanolin and vitamin E. Outdoors, wear gloves to protect your hands from the elements. So what about when the temperature hits the other extreme? It's no secret skin and hair react differently during the warmer months. Unlike winter,  it's necessary to wash your hair at least twice a week. When humidity is at its highest, thick, course, wavy and curly hair tend to frizz. Use a deep conditioner designed for dry, damaged hair. And invest in a leave-in conditioner with sunscreen. When taking a dip, wear a swim cap for ultimate protection. Protect your skin all year round and apply sunscreen and drink plenty of water. We can't control Mother Nature, but using the right products can make all the difference in handling what she dishes out.