1. Choose the right boots – this is important. Take your time in this work.
  2. Wear a headband or a hat to retain body heat
  3. Always protect your eyes
  4. Use a high protection sun lotion of at least SPF 20 to 25 on any exposed skin
  5. Wear one pair of fine socks designed for skiing, don’t wear cotton
  6. Take a first aid kit with you that contains plenty of plaster and blister cream
  7. Consider wearing a helmet for extra protection
  8. You don’t tuck your trousers into your boot
  9. Have a good quality pair of gloves for warmth
  10. Look for ski clothes made of materials that transport perspiration away from the skin, and waterproof outers to keep your dry.