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  1. #11

    **john miller** Male

    Join Date
    Aug 2013


    Dry skin is a normal problem in winter season generally because of the low humidity and improper care. This problem can affect in any age group. By dry skin there are some side effects that can be occurs like:
    1. Rashes
    2. Cuts
    3. Itching
    4. Dryness
    5. Sores
    For avoiding it or reducing this problem we can acquire some precautions like:
    1. Regular Bath (one or two time in a day)
    2. Protect yourself from Sun through moisturizers
    3. Use some facials especially for Dry Skins like: Enzyme Mask facial etc.

  2. #12


    Skip long, hot showers. Hot water strips oils from the skin faster than warm water. Long showers or baths actually result in dried out skin. Try to limit yourself to a single 5- or 10-minute warm shower or bath a day.
    Use a gentle cleanser or shower gel with moisturizer. Go for unscented, soap-free, or mild soap cleansers instead of harsh cleansers.
    Moisturize while skin is moist. Pat your skin with a towel after you shower or wash your face or hands, leaving it damp. Apply a moisturizer within three to five minutes of washing to lock moisture in your skin.

  3. #13


    This is a good post, a detailed description of the dry skin, it is worth to understand

  4. #14


    Run a wash cloth under hot water and immediately press it onto your face.
    Wash your hands well with an antibacterial soap.
    Get 2 tablespoons of sugar and 2 tablespoons of water.
    After you wash your face, get about 10 drops of lemon juice on your hands.

  5. #15

    **rechal** Female

    Join Date
    Aug 2013


    Mix a few drops of essential oil with carrier oils. And apply this mixture before going to bed ,before going to bed. You can add a few drops of oil to your cream and apply it regularly. Apply Aloe-Vera extract before having a shower.This will surely improve your skin.

  6. #16

    **Mostafa mohib** Male

    Join Date
    Oct 2013


    Great tips ! thank you , i will try it ;)

  7. #17


    These tips for dry skin are very nice. A rich fibrous diet and Vitamin C rich fruits are also good for skin.

  8. #18

    **Sharon Gomez** Female

    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    California, USA


    I think people with dry skin have to take diet and fruits with abandon amount of vitamin C and should drink plenty of water everyday.

  9. #19


    Drink more water and eat healthy food. Keep moisture in your skin because it is the only reason for dry skin so use a moisturizer which suits your skin type.

  10. #20
    **kevinkrieger** Male

    Join Date
    Nov 2013


    Thanks Guys for sharing your helpful safe tips.

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