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We cannot ignore dry skin as dry skin can lead to the cracking of the upper layer of skin and can give it a really bad appearance. So what can you do?
In this post we cover the best ways to get rid of dry skin for good and share 12 handy tips for winter skin care.
The most effective remedy for dry skin is generally using a good moisturiser. We need to take care not to over exfoliate when dry as this is a common mistake, however if your skin is flaking a little gentle exfoliation can help. The Chocolate Delight Enzyme Mask is great at ridding the skin of dryness, as well as feeding the skin nutrients and moisture needed. You still need to add a moisturiser though. The most effective way to hydrate skin is to use a moisturiser that works by drawing moisture from the environment and supplying it to the skin. This is a very effective way of healing ‘dry skin care’ in humid conditions.
Believe it or not using a non-greasy type of moisturiser is the most effective for dry skin, the ingredients in these kind of moisturisers include propylene glycol, urea, glycerin, hyaluronic acid etc, found in LA Skincare’s Plump me Up Moisturiser.
Caring for dry skin is not about just using moisturisers but it is about using them correctly. The best ‘dry skin care procedure’ is to cleanse the skin before the application of moisturiser; using a gentle ingredient such as salicylic acid, which gently removes your dead skin; still be careful not to overdo it though. Please make sure that you use soap-free products. A gentle face wash works well, however do not rub your towel on your face to dry, just pat gently to soak the water off.
You can make your moisturiser even more effective to help your skin by applying the moisturiser while the skin is still damp (after cleansing).
Another, important thing for helping dry skin is the temperature of water you use for shower or for washing your face – Use warm water; too hot or too cold water can cause dryness too.
Avoid harsh detergents and alcohol based cleansers.
Dry skin care can be really simple for anyone who takes it seriously.
Sometimes expert skin advice is needed which is why we offer free skin phone consultations to help point you in the right direction with no purchase necessary. One of our skin care experts will talk to you about the skin challenges you are facing and advise on the best way to solve them. To arrange a free consultation simply message [email protected] today.