Skin Care

6 Natural Remedies For Dry Skin

6 Natural Remedies For Dry Skin

Out of all the skin types, dry skin is most vulnerably affected by cold season. Cold dry air of winters squeezes out most moisture of your skin and make it flaky and itchy. There have been so many readymade products claiming best results for dry skin in the market but of no efficiency. Not only this have these products also had a big price to pay for and no value to get. So, here are some natural home remedies you can try easily at home free of cost and worth efforts and enjoy silky smooth skin.

Here Are 6 Natural Remedies For Dry Skin

Oatmeal

Take 3 tablespoons oatmeal and add hot milk to it, wait for some time and add honey to it, and voila, your face mask is ready to use. Do it twice a week for better results.

Oatmeal

Almond Oil

Get 20 ml sweet almond oil and add some drops of geranium essential oil in it, mix them well and your mixture is ready to use as perfect moisturizer.

Almond oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is really very magical for treating dry skin. It has a large quantity of fatty acids that can regenerate moisture in the skin. Just apply over your body before going to shower or apply it overnight for best results.

Coconut Oil

Mango

Take a ripe mango and squeeze out its pulp and mash it now add a tablespoon honey and three teaspoons olive oil and mix them up properly. You can this as a face mask for a moisturized and glowing look.

Mangoes

Olive Oil

You can use Brown Sugar and Olive Oil Sugar Scrub on Dry Skin. Just mix around two tablespoons of olive oil, four tablespoons of fine brown sugar, and one tablespoon of honey and rub this natural scrub mixture on your dry skin through not so heavy, circular motions for a minute. Go for shower and apply moisturizer after it.

olive oil

Yogurt

You can apply fresh yogurt on your hands, face and legs by gently massaging for few minutes. Wash it off after a span of 10 minutes or so. Also you can add mashed papaya in it and use it as a perfect face pack for hydrating skin.

Yogurt



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