3 Natural Remedies For Dry Skin
of dry skin is not an easy task. Every time we feel like our skin is lacking
moisture or it is particularly flaky, we tend to reach for our favorite lotion
or cream. But do we know what’s in it? If the primary ingredients in your
favorite beauty goodies are
mineral oil and silicones, you’d better put them
Your skin deserves something better – something natural! Today, we’d
love to share with you 3 of our favorite organic oils that are sure to
transform the appearance of your skin and restore its balance.
Argan oil is
extracted from the kernels of the Moroccan argan three and is famous for its
impressive anti-aging and skin reviving properties. Thanks to the high
concentration of vitamin E, essential fatty acids and powerful antioxidant,
Argan oil promotes collagen synthesis (improving skin’s elasticity), aids in
the formation of new, healthy cell membranes and hydrates in depth – for
radiant look and even complexion. Since it is lightweight, it penetrates the
skin with ease, reaching to its deepest layers – to delivering moisture and
important nutrients and restore skin’s water-lipid barrier. Argan oil is a good
pick for people struggling with dermatitis or eczema, because it doesn’t cause
irritations and it very well tolerated by all skin types. We recommend using it
nightly treatment (applying it before bed) in order to allow it to work its
magic while you sleep.
drugstore lotions – coconut oil is your natural all-in-one solution for dry
skin. Once you start using it, I promise you will forget about dryness and you won’t be able to stop touching your baby soft skin! And the smell of coconut… so yummy!
only Coconut oil hydrates your skin, but it also forms a thin protective layer
on its surface that prevents water from evaporating, locking the moisture in
your cells. Since
Coconut oil is a non-fragrant oil it is suitable even for very sensitive
great characteristic of coconut oil is its high stability (resistance to
oxidation) which means it won’t go rancid in a few months. Believe me – it’s
not a coincidence that Coconut oil is one of the most popular natural oils nowadays.
Give it a try!
Note: If you
have dry, but
acne-prone skin, we’d recommend using coconut as body moisturizer
only, as it can clog your pores and cause breakouts (it’s not valid for all
people, but some share that it made their acne worse, so keep that in mind).
often associated with aging – when we grow older we tend to lose more and more
body water, which makes our skin look lifeless and dull. Even if this is not
your case and you’ve been struggling with dry skin your whole life, slowing
down the aging process is essential in order to preserve healthy levels of
moisture in your skin cells as long as possible. Here is where Rosehip oil
steps in! It is recognized for its high vitamin C content and superb
moisturizing properties, which make it a great pick for dry skin that has lost
its vitality. Vitamin C plays a key role in the collagen synthesis, thus Rosehip
oil is wonderful for improving skin’s elasticity and speeding up regeneration.
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