Everyday Skin Care For Dry Skin

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dry-skin As goes the common proverb, only the wearer knows where the shoe bites, similar is the case with dry skin problem. Apart from being itchy and rough, dry skin feels uncomfortable because it remains stretched most of the time, as it lacks moisture and elasticity. And of course, one of the bigger problems is that it looks fairly unattractive on the outside.

If you have dry skin, you must have realized that the worst hit area is the delicate skin around the eyes. And so when you are carrying out measures to solve your dry skin problem, pay extra attention to the skin around the eyes. Dry skin isn’t too big a problem, one that cannot be solved, and all you need is to adopt some habits and to spare out some time for skin care.



The little bits you can do

There are lots and lots of things in your house, that can be used to cure dry skin, but it’s just that most of us are not well aware of the healing power of these things, usually found in the kitchen. The natives of the Mediterranean region have always preferred olive oil to treat dry skin problem, and well it is the most effective and the easiest way to treat your skin. Olive oil is well loaded with essential nutrients and fatty acids that are needed to keep the skin healthy, and its penetrating properties make it the best choice to deal with dry skin problem.



While providing some moisture to your skin is one aspect, the other aspect is to avoid all activities that lead to the loss of moisture. Washing your face with soap is one such activity which takes away all the moisture from your skin, so while washing the face is not really avoidable, you can try avoiding the use of soaps on your face. Get some mild face shampoos or still best rub some milk on your face and then wash it off with warm water. And last of all; ensure that you drink lots of water so as to keep your skin hydrated from within.



Sidharth Thakur