Dry patches, itchy red skin, and other common skin problems. Here are 7 tips to banish dry skin for good.
Natural ingredients like Honey tighten, soften and moisturize dry skin. Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it's great for acne treatment and prevention too.
Suggestion: Creme Fraiche cleanser
Avoid skin care products that contain alcohol and fragrances. Avoiding these will help your skin retain its natural oils.
Change to a deeply moisturizing, lush night cream during the Winter. Look for ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid, a known humectant draws water up from deeper layers to more superficial layers).
Suggestion: Opulent Ageless Beauty Night Creme
Proper layering is key. Use cleanser, toner (alcohol-free), serum, moisturizer, and finish with eye treatments. Correct order seals in hydration and moisturizes for longer periods of time.
Eat plenty of green leafy vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and spinach. These veggies contain import phytochemicals that act as free radical scavengers to the body and protect skin from environmental factors that dry skin and prematurely age skin.
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