Dry Skin Moisturizer Simple Homemade

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    Dry skin moisturizer has become a necessary evil for all, either dry or oily skin types. Does your skin feel uncomfortably tight right after you walk out of the shower? And does the dry feeling refuse to go away even after you have tried all the products available on the market. Treating dry skin can be truly annoying. But the good news is, I have got you covered. Nothing can make your skin as happy as natural ingredients. And here are some simple do it yourself recipes of natural moisturizers for dry skin that you can easily make at home.

Homemade Remedies

  • Shea Butter:

     The shea butter contains vitamins A and E, and these components give shea butter a mild sun protection factor. Vitamin E for dry skin moisturizer, and improves the skin’s elasticity, making this butter a good anti-aging agent Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer for the face and the body. Its fat content is responsible for its emollient and humectant properties. It locks in the moisture in the skin and keeps it hydrated for long. Dehydrated dry skin becomes rough and scaly in certain areas of the body, which can even develop skin cracks due to dryness. Shea butter can nourish the skin with its fat content. It can also help to soften the skin on your hands and feet and make it supple. It penetrates the skin easily, without clogging the pores, and is effective for dry skin. How to use: Melt the shea butter in a double boiler, once it has softened, remove it from the heat, add avocado oil and mix, also get any of the essential oils and whip the mixture well until it develops a creamy texture. Store it in a glass jar preferably, and use it as your daily face cream.

  • Beeswax:
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The beeswax is very beneficial for your skin’s health, that you should not skip out is that beeswax can help lock in the skin’s moisture. Beeswax not only helps to keep water out, but it also helps keep water in. By working as a protective layer on your skin’s surface, beeswax can help to lock in your skin’s hydration for supple, soft and hydrated skin. Some make-up products can make the skin become extremely dry, especially loose powder forms. So, you should opt for organic makeup products that contain beeswax to help keep your skin in its natural balance for a radiant and healthy complexion.

Besides, beeswax can help you prevent dry skin. Combine beeswax with jojoba oil, almond oil or castor oil and adding some drops of vitamin E, should be apply this mixture before going to bed and waking up with a great dry skin moisturizer.

  • Aloe vera:
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Aloe vera is an ingredient which has been used to soften and heal skin for thousands of years. Aloe vera has long been used as a home ready to deal with dry flaky skin. It’s believed to have soothing properties to restore smooth supple skin and studies have shown that moisturizers containing aloe vera extract may be effective in improving the skin’s hydration. Because of its anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties work quickly to soothe sensitive, irritated skin, which may be cause as a result from dry skin that may be caused by eczema. The conditioning benefits from the aloe vera plant work naturally to calm and repair skin by restoring moisture, so that skin feels hydrated.

  • Hibiscus:

The hibiscus pulp is often used for wound healing and soothing the skin. Because it contains anthocyanin’s and antioxidants that enhance skin health. When coconut oil is added to this already grinded powder, it has a calming and soothing impact on your skin and also keeps it moisturized. The moisturizing action is also good for keeping skin hydrated and looking fresh instead of dry and dehydrated. How to use; two tablespoons hibiscus tea one cup extra virgin coconut oil. After which, you should grind the hibiscus tea into powder, melt the coconut oil in a double boiler then add the hibiscus tea powder to the oil and cover it for a while. Use a cheesecloth to strain the oil and separate the tea from the oil. Let the oil cool down until it solidifies. Whip it well in a mixer for about a minute or two. Transfer this pinkish cream into a glass jar and apply to your skin.

  • Glycerin:
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Glycerin acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It also helps slow the loss of water down from the skin, which can help keep skin moist and hydrated. Several scientific studies provide evidence that glycerin effectively moisturizes and hydrates skin. Researchers found that the cream containing both glycerin and silicone oil had the highest moisturizing value and held hydration the longest compared to the cream that did not contain glycerin. The cream with glycerin showed a superior ability to boost skin hydration and decrease water loss. it is also very good to add the vegetable glycerin in your bath water, to combat dry skin. Researcher so far has proven that bathing in water with glycerin creates an improvement in your skin’s moisture levels at the forearm and fore

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head, and higher skin moisture levels, and maintains skin moisture which prevents skin disorders, like dry skin.

  • Coconut oil:

The coconut oil is highly recommended for its fantastic nourishing features. At the same time, it has antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-fungal properties, which means that it behaves similarly to an antioxidant. Also, because it is rich in vitamin E, it repairs and invigorates your dry skin. It protects skin from cracking and premature wrinkling, while keeping it smooth and toned.

Make sure you have this DIY body scrub nearby because you’ll definitely need it to help defeat dry, itchy skin this season! This homemade body scrub will help hydrate and exfoliate your skin and can be used in the shower or right after washing your body with water and soap. The ingredients mentioned for this recipes are easily available on the market, one should keep in mind that this should, that since these are all natural products, their shelf life is highly limited. And at such one should avoid making them in large quantities. Instead, they should be prepared in small batches and used before they loss their effectiveness, as dry skin moisturizer.

 

 

 

 

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