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    **Jeff** Male

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salsa View Post
    Several people have lightly mentioned the importance of water, and I'd like to put more emphasis on that. There is nothing more critical for good skin than drinking plenty - and I do mean plenty - 2L is a good amount - every day. It will if you are chronically dehydrated without knowing it, as many of us are, it could be up to 3 months before all the cells of your body are properly hydrated and running at optimal efficiency. For your skin - do more than drinking the water: all skin types will benefit from using skin products that contain humectants, which draw moisture from the dermis (below the surface), up to the epidermis (the outer layer). In humid conditions, humectants will also attract moisture from the air, and allow it to be absorbed by the skin. To know if a product contains humectants, look for these ingredients to be listed: Glycerin
    Hyaluronic acid
    Propylene glycol
    Butylene glycol
    Sodium PCA
    Sorbitol
    Allantoin

    There are some very good blogs and sites that have information on the benefits of water for the skin. A couple I read are on this site by Dr Deepak; and I also like the information on About.com about humectants.
    Hello everyone,
    I'm glad to be one of the members. This kind of forums itself are helpful enough because we know that there are some people who're still trying to read and look at it, following the trend too..... It's one way of communication at the same time :roll: helping each other. Simple help but really a big one.
    To those who have a skin problem try those natural remedies along with jarvis products.. I just found it lately and they're quite good , but well tested before they will launch I think this year. Catch them up, I assure you, it's useful....

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    First of all I would say that consult dermalogist. skin is the largest organ in our body.Do proper care of it.Take plenty of water first. Take creams or lotions whatever but according to dermalogist prescriptions.There are many types of product you can get easily but take whatever doctor tell you... ok

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    **Steve Xavior** Male

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    Use skin nourishment products to cure dryness of your skin. You can use herbal products like alovera and custard. These are great moisturizer for dry skin.

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    **marclewis** Male

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    If you have a dry skin then use best moisturize it keeps your skin normal and never wash your face more than two times in a day.


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