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    **Melissa Mellie** Female

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    There are few tips to get rid of dry skin:

    1) Do not use tap water while cleansing a dry skin.

    2) Apply a spray of mineral water on your skin every morning and clean your skin with towel gently.

    3) Do not use soap on your skin because mostly soaps contain harmful alcohol.

    4) apply a air-excluding moisturizer, it will keep your skin hydrated.

    5) Don't put any heavy creams on the thin skin directly surrounding your eyes, because they will cause the skin to puff up.

  2. #22

    **Christina Rose** Female

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    I think fresh water is better for washing the face than mineral water .. because we don't know what minerals they use ... But using homemade soaps shouldn't be an issue.

    For dry skin, using oils like Jojoba, Sweet Almond or even Avocado for moisturizing is a great idea.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards

  3. #23

    **Emily Kristina** Female

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    The other major cause of dry skin is dehydration. So drink at least 10 glasses of water in a day. When your body will get hydrated you will get rid of dry skin. And healthy diet is also important for beautiful skin.

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    **rechal** Female

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    Massage helps you to cure the skin. Skin, muscles are required to turn. Hence, it's better to get the message therapy. A variety of massage techniques are available such as Hot Stone Therapy, Medical Massage, Reflexology massage, Sports massage, Orthopedic Massage, Lymph Drainage, etc. Many women struggles to find the therapy center in a nearby location.

  5. #25

    **hadley** Female

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    I like to lather my body in with Vaseline to keep the dry skin at bay.

  6. #26

    **Carol Belanger** Female

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    Default dry skin

    for facial dry skin avoid foaming cleansers and use a milk type cleanser. For dry patches of skin consider jojoba oil. Also patches of dry skin can also be symptoms of other skin irritations.

  7. #27

    **Carol Belanger** Female

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    good for you - you know great skin in your 40s start with a good skin care program beginning in your 20s. My suggestion would be to cleanse, tone, moisturize/protect. Occasionally use an exfoliate. At your age there shouldn't be a need to start using anti-aging ingredients like Retionol. Also dont overdo to the skin care products keep it simple and consistent and your skin will reward you. Lastly, know your skin type and use the products meant for your skin type.

  8. #28

    **Emily Kristina** Female

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    Skin gets dry when our body gets dehydrated. So, drink 10 glasses of water in a day to stay hydrated. It will also bring glow to skin.

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    **Chessi** Male

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    very informative sharing thanx

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    **Steve Xavior** Male

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    In the winter season it is very hard to bath with cold water . so use best quality of moisture to keep your skin soft.


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