Tackle Dry Skin
Dry skin can be a symptom that indicates a more serious diagnosis. But in most cases, dry skin is caused by environmental factors that remove moisture from the skin. Dry skin is sometimes as simple as changing your shower routine. While most people tend to take hot showers, these can scald the skin and cause damage. Dry skin might be connected to the clothes you’re wearing or what you’ve exposed your skin too.
Apply Sunflower oil
Apply coconut oil
Drink lot of water and consume healthy fat.
Stay away from hot bath.
Stay away from hot warm water.
Limit your time in the shower or bath to 5 or 10 minutes.
Dry skin might be connected to the clothes you’re wearing or what you’ve exposed your skin to.
Wearing wool clothing can all irritate your skin and make it feel dry.
Dress appropriately for the weather
Avoid exposing your skin to harsh chemicals.
Drink plenty of water.
Natural Olive Oil and Sugar Scrub
Combine ½ cup of sugar with 2 tbsp of olive oil. Gently rub the scrub into your skin, and then wash it off.
To Calm Your Skin. Adding a cup of oatmeal to a warm bath can naturally rehydrate dry skin. The oat product itself is soothing. And it helps your skin retain moisture from the bath water.
Oil to Your Bath
Olive oil or coconut oil, you can test out other natural oils that are free from irritants, including jojoba, argan, and avocado oils.
Adding a few tablespoons of the desired oil under running bathwater. You can also apply a small amount to your skin post-shower to keep is soft and moist.