Is your dry skin making your life miserable?
No, you can’t solve the issue simply by applying lots and lots of moisturizer on your face. It’s not as simple as that. If you want to care for and improve your dry skin, you need to create a skincare routine that will address your specific needs.
Dry skin is usually tight and sometimes flakey. It is also characterized by small pores. More often than not, people with dry skin develop lines and wrinkles earlier than people with normal skin because of dehydration. Dry skin is caused by many different factors - the environment or weather is a common culprit. If left untreated, dry skin can lead to serious skin problems.
Want to prevent dry skin? Here are some of the things you can do to help address the problem.
Moisturizer is not a magic solution that will automatically solve your dry skin problems. Yes, it is important, but you need to apply it in the right way in order to see the benefits. The best time to apply moisturizer is right after your bath. This will help lock in moisture.
Love hot baths? Unfortunately, hot water is known to dry out skin even more. So if you already have a problem with dry skin, you will only make the problem worse. It is best to opt for warm baths instead.
What’s the material of your clothes? You may not realize it, but you might be making the problem bigger by making the wrong choices in clothing. Cotton is the best and most harmless. Other materials like wool or polyester can lead to problems if you have dry skin. Observe how your skin reacts when you wear certain materials to find out which ones are the most suitable options for you.
Dry air is another common cause of dry skin. It can suck the moisture right out of your skin and leave it feeling itchy and flaky. Usually, the heater inside the home can add additional problems as well. Make sure to be more vigilant during this season to avoid serious skin problems.
Even the small things you do can make a huge difference in how your skin looks.
For people with dry skin, it’s not a good idea to take extremely long baths in hot tubs, but adding Epsom salt to your regular bath is a good idea. Epsom salt is made from magnesium and chloride. It is known to soothe the body, especially the skin.
We have a special Dry Skin Bath Soak that can help make your skin healthier and more radiant. Our soak is enhanced with 100% pure lavender essential oil to help you have softer and smoother skin. It also contains geranium essential oil.
As always, if you have serious skin conditions, it is best to consult a medical professional before starting a new routine.
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