by Sally Bone
(Aspen, Colorado, USA)
When you are dealing with dry skin, finding the right dry skin remedy becomes vitally important. Luckily, there are a wide variety of differenthome remedies for you to choose from when it comes to remedying dry skin.
The following is a brief selection of some of the options you have available for you in terms of dry skin remedies. If you want to get the most out of your skin care regimen, then you need to be willing to combine different dry skin remedies until you find the combination that is driving the best possible results.
– * Determine whether or not hydration issues are playing a role in your dry skin issues.
If you are dehydrated, then you are going to have problems relating to dry skin as well. If you are not dehydrated but you are dealing with dry skin, then drinking more water is not likely going to help you.
If you’re not already drinking between 7 and 8 glasses of water a day, now is the time to start.
* If your skin is dehydrated, then one of the most natural dry skin remedies is to soak your skin in water.
You can soak your skin in lukewarm water for a period of fifteen minutes. Avoid hot water, and stay toward the room-temperature end of things.
You should not be doing this every day however as the rule of thumb about soaking your body is to bathe less and use water that is cooler in order to remedy dry skin.
* Another home skin care remedy for dry skin is to follow every bath by applying moisturizer in order to lubricate your skin properly.
The moisture that you soak into your skin tends to evaporate. If you bathe a lot, then using a moisturizing product is going to be even more important because the moisturizing product is going to help you keep the water in.
The reason for applying a moisturizer product is not simply to put oils back into the skin. Instead, you should understand that dryness on the skin is a function of loss of water rather than necessarily loss of oil.
Think about how much easier it is to exfoliate or cut your fingernails or toenails following a bath. This is an excellent example of what happens to your skin when you’ve bathed.
When you apply a moisturizer after you take a bath, you can keep the water in your skin rather than letting it evaporate, and this will prevent skin dryness.
Combining these and other dry skin remedies is the best way to overcome your dry skin.
Returning your skin to its former health and beauty will take work, but it’ll be worth the effort in the end when your skin is properly healthy and nourished and looking beautiful and looking young.
Keep the aforementioned tips in mind and you can and will achieve better, healthier and better nourished skin.
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