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    Default Tips for Dry Skin

    Make a thick paste by mixing spoon honey, 1 spoon curd, 2 spoons potato juice and spoon milk cream. Apply this paste on your face and wash it off when it gets dry.

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    What about for your body? Any other home remedies? I have problems with my feet / heels with dry skin.

    I usually use the products by Barielle which I love. They really get the job done, but I wouldn't mind trying some home made remedies.

    Thanks!

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    While home remedies are nice, I tend to stick to the stuff the professionals make in mass production.....then again in this economy it's always nice to save a few bucks.

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    I also have dry feet! My heels in particular get dry. i do apply lotion to that area right a fter getting out of the shower, but I guess walking really takes its toll on my feet. While I appreciate the recipe you just shared, i would rather save time and buy some petroleum jelly which I think is ultimately the best moisturizer around...

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    I've heard of a few remedies that help cure dry feet.

    1. Soak them in smashed avocado.
    2. Soak them in coconut juice.
    3. Rub castor oil on them.

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    I started using Lush products for my dry skin as was getting expensive with all the other products out there.. okay they aren't 100% natural, but the produce them much better than I could & it has helped my skin.. I have never been a good cook ;P

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    I have often found that products - like body butter - are good for dry skin. Look for them in sales - and since they are large jars - they are not too expensive in terms of volume

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    Does this method work? My skin is very dry, I need to improve it. Can I do that?

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    Any specific product that will help prevent my grandma's dry skin? I'm wondering if there's a product that will suits best for the older ones..

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    Default permanent solution for dry skin

    it is so simple that you might not trust this.
    Drinking at least 10-14 glasses of water really DOES WONDERS.
    Please follow this simple principle AT LEAST 1-2 MONTHs and let's talk about this topic then


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