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7 Natural Remedies to Treat Your Dry Skin

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7 Natural Remedies to Treat Your Dry Skin!


Be it winter or summer, having a dry skin is always an uncomfortable experience. For this very reason, most of the people end up wandering the aisles at the supermarket for that one perfect product to make their life a little easier. It is tough for everyone when the skin needs to be constantly and regularly moisturized, isn’t it? What if we tell you that all the remedies you’ve been looking for this problem are already in your own house? You won’t believe us, will you? So, behold yourself to be in awe of trying the home remedies given below.

Natural Remedies for Dry Skin

 

1. Milk Cream

Milk cream may not be ideal for eating purposes, but for a flattering beauty routine, you might not want to throw it away. For centuries, it has been used as an ingredient in homemade skin care remedies because of the presence of lactic acid in it. Thus, helping to improve the health of the skin by exfoliating the dry, dead skin, accelerating collagen production and then moisturizing it.

So, add a few drops of lemon juice to 2tsp of milk cream and 1tsp of milk. Mix them well to apply the paste on the face for at least 15 minutes. And, then rinse off with water to get a soft, supple and well-moisturized skin.

 

2. Castor Oil

Castor oil is one of those magnificent oils which are full of magical healing powers of vitamin E and ricinoleic acid. Thus, it is naturally known to guard the skin against the harshness of soaps, hot water, and dryness caused by them in the winters. After all, haven’t we all experienced such a thing? Castor oil, in that case, works as an astringent that removes all the impurities from the skin and gets readily absorbed into the skin to nourish it.

All you need to do is dab castor oil in the extremely dry areas with the help of a cotton ball and wait for the miracle to happen. Or, apply a thick layer of it all over the body before taking a bath. Leave it on for 10 minutes and thereafter rinse off with water.

 

3. Yogurt

Yogurt is a yet another excellent skin hydrating agent rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to soothe the dry and itchy skin. It has also been known to provide a significant amount of animal protein and several other nutrients required for a flawless skin. So, if you wish to tighten the pores, hydrate the dry patches and add the much-required shine and glow to the dry skin, yogurt is all that you’ll need.

To do that either gently massage with fresh yogurt on your hands, face or legs, leaving it on for 10 minutes before you take a shower. Or, add a few drops of lemon juice to get a soft, supple, nicely nourished and glowing skin as left by the famous skin brightening solution by Dermology.

 

4. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil works as one of the best natural moisturizers and it’s easily available in everyone’s kitchen. So why not make the most of it in winters? It contains ample amount of fatty acids that helps to compensate for the loss of moisture from the skin. However, some people find it to be clogging pores and others don’t. In that case, try another essential oil that may work for your skin.

To use coconut oil warm it a bit and then apply it directly all over your body before going to sleep. The next morning wash it off while bathing or taking a shower. Right after that apply it on the dry skin for it to readily absorb and then make sure to regularly repeat it.

Also Read: 30 Research-based Health Benefits of Coconut & Coconut Oil!

 

5. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a succulent plant whose gel has been used for ages to treat minor burns and wounds to skin disorders such as psoriasis. Today it is being used in various cosmetic products, soap, and moisturizers to alleviate and prevent dry skin and other related skin disorders. Take a look at your favorite skin care products and you might as well be surprised.

Aloe Vera gel can be extracted directly from the plant by cutting open a fresh leaf and then applying on the dry skin. This will moisturize the skin and form a protective layer to keep the skin free from any kind of impurities. But, before washing it off with lukewarm water, let it sit for 10-15 minutes and if possible repeat this process twice a day.

 

6. Almond Oil

In cold weather, most of the people simply opt for cold creams. Are they really worth it? Answer it for yourself as you know your skin better. For some, it may be for others it may not. However, if you wish to take a break from them a great alternative is almond oil. Along with nourishing the dry skin, it acts as a brilliant skin whitening agent like the ones present in Dermology skin brightening solution.

Just warm up the almond oil a bit. Gently massage the affected area or the whole body with it for half an hour before taking a shower. After that when the skin is still damp, apply a light moisturizer and voila!

Also Read: 15 Science-backed Health Benefits of Almonds!

 

7. Honey

Loaded with antimicrobial, antibacterial and humectant properties, honey is considered as one of the best natural moisturizers. Reason being it helps to lock in the moisturizer to make the skin extra smooth, supple and soft. In addition, the various essential vitamins and minerals present in it help to further improve the health of the skin.

Therefore, before taking a bath or shower, rub honey all over the body or over the most affected area. Leave it on for 10 minutes and then enjoy your bath or the shower. Apart from that, you can even mix equal parts of honey, beeswax, and olive oil to apply this paste on the body for 10 minutes before the shower for added benefits.

Also Read: 30 Research-based Health Benefits of Honey!

 

When one has a kitchen full of goodies to get rid of the dry skin, where lies the need to look anywhere else. So, say goodbye to dry skin with these wonderful home remedies. If you’ve got a favorite remedy to share, we’d love to know it, so just comment below!

 


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Tressie Dawson is a skin care expert, and a blogger. Born in a family of dermatologists, her life revolves around things that are healthy and natural to keep the sanctity of our skin alive. She uses her passion for writing to share her observation and experience with products to make lives of her readers better.

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