8 home remedies for dry skin

by:INGOR SPORTWEAR     2019-10-08
Home remedies found below home remedies for dry skin are easy to find in your own home kitchen, which will free you from some of the inmoderation that dry skin brings. Baking soda.
Try spraying the skin instead of using a rough detergent
Wash the dishes in your friendly baking soda.
Baking soda is skin too-
Aside from jumping in the hot shower, this is a friendly option.
Try a sponge bath with 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart of water.
Baking soda water is a folk therapy to relieve itching.
Add a glass of baking soda to a bucket of hot water.
Soak for 30 minutes and dry. Cornstarch.
You may think that corn starch can only be used to thicken the gravy, but it also helps to relieve itchy and dry skin.
Sprinkle one in the bathtub and soak one. Oatmeal.
Add instant oatmeal to your tub to soothe your skin.
Oats are rich in vitamin E, which is essential to healthy skin.
Oatmeal is also used as a folk medicine for the treatment of dry, cracked hands.
Rub your hand with wet oatmeal instead of soap.
Dry your hands with a towel and rub them with dry oatmeal. Salt.
After a shower or shower, massage a handful of salt on the wet skin.
It removes dry skin and makes your skin smooth. Vegetable oil.
Applying vegetable oil to yourself may make you feel like fries, but your skin will love you.
In fact, experts say any oil from vegetables to sunflowers to peanuts can relieve dry skin. Vinegar.
Try this folk therapy of apped rip hands: Wash your hands thoroughly and dry your hands, then apply vinegar.
Wear a pair of soft gloves and wear them after the night. Vinyl gloves.
Whenever you wash the dishes, clean the bathroom or dust the furniture, wear vinyl gloves to protect your hands from scratches, scratches and harsh chemicals. Water.
Put some water and cook slowly to increase the humidity in your home. Be cool.
Shower with warm water or cold water.
It may sound less appealing if you like to hang out in hot steam, but your skin will thank you.
Hot water will take out valuable oils on your skin that will dry your skin.
Be selective about soap.
Beautiful perfume.
Filling up with soap may look and smell good, but it will make your skin scream.
Try soap containing fat or oil such as Dove or Basis.
Liquid soap is often more gentle than soap.
Pour it out while you\'re still wet.
Applying lotion on wet skin is the best option to keep moisture.
When you\'re done with a bath or shower, take a shot, don\'t wipe, remove enough water so you don\'t leave a wet trail in the sink.
Then, when there are still drops attached to your skin, apply on your lotion.
This will help seal moisture. Avoid alcohol.
This means the one you drink and the one you use to clean.
Drinking will allow your body to absorb moisture from the skin.
To keep your skin healthy, limit yourself to no more than 2 ounces per day. Alcohol-
Cleansing Products (
(Such as astringency)
Dry your skin too.
It\'s better to skip them completely. Watch the sun.
You put your wet tennis balls out to dry.
Just like the sun evaporates water from your water
It will evaporate moisture from your skin.
Although a little evaporation is healthy (
Sweat evaporation keeps you cool when you are exercising)
Too much can be a problem.
So, if you have been in the sun for a long time, you can protect your skin by applying sunscreen and moisturizing lotion.
When painting around the house, after using any skim or solvent, replenish the skin with lotion.
With just a few simple home remedies, you\'ll feel smooth quickly and ready to accept the worst effects of the Sun and the wind on you. David J. Hufford, Ph. D.
He is a university professor at Penn State College of Medicine and head of the Department of Medical Humanities.
He is also a professor in neuroscience and behavioral sciences as well as in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. Dr.
Hufford serves on editorial boards in several magazines, including alternative therapies and explorations for health and medicine.
This information is for reference only.
Its purpose is not to provide medical advice.
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