Remedies for Dry Skin

001dryskin The problems related to dry skin is also called Xeroderma, which involves the Integumetary System. In this, the skin of some body portion becomes dead and dry. These dead and dry skins appear on the areas near scalp, lower legs, knuckles, arms, abdomen sides, and thighs. These dry skins need some special care for revamping.

People having dry skin need to cleanse body from time to time. Your whole body needs cleansing starting from your face to your feet. Many brands of soaps prove to be harsh on our body due to the presence of chemicals. Such soaps absorb the water content from skin and leave it dry. There are different types of cleanser available in the market. However, some of the natural cleansers include cleaning through milk (very commonly used). You should wash your face and neck twice a day and your feet every time you take a shower.



To get rid of the dry and dead skin cells you need to exfoliate. With exfoliation, the skin gets softer and less dry for a long run. To exfoliate you should use a dry bath brush to scrub your whole body starting from the feet. These brush strokes moves in a circular way. The exfoliation process should never be used on the face, as the skin is very soft.

Use a toner to replace the moisture lost during cleansing. a toner restores the proper PH balance in the body. Different varieties of toners are available in the market for toning. You should choose the one that contains ingredients that are very good for dry skin, such as rose water.



Moisturizing is also one of the most important steps for treating dry skin. A good moisturizer will help the body to regain its lost natural oils. There are different moisturizers for different purposes. You should choose that moisturizer which eliminate dryness, wrinkles and control the skin breakouts.



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