How to Prevent and Treat Dry Skin

How to Prevent and Treat Dry Skin

How to Prevent and Treat Dry Skin - How to Find Skin Care Products - Skin Care and Repair - Dry Skin Therapy » Dry Skin TherapyWith everything going on in our lives today, we really feel like we’re being pulled in about twenty different directions, and by the end of the day we’re so tired, we forget to do the basics to care for our own bodies.

People tend to overlook items for basic care and don’t treat their bodies as well as they should. They can get away with this only for so long before it becomes really obvious by looking at a person’s face.

Dry skin happens easily, through a combination of factors, mostly environmental, like sun exposure and pollution. Anyone looking for a good lotion or moisturizer to treat and prevent dry skin should be aware of a few really great ingredients.

Jojoba oil is an oil that is extracted from the Jojoba plant, and it is very similar to the oil our bodies naturally produce to moisturize our skin. This oil works well to treat skin not only for dryness but for itchy and scaly skin as well.

Jojoba oil is all-natural and has been applied to skin as a healing solution for hundreds of years. This oil contains the powerful antioxidant vitamin E, which protects the skin from skin-damaging free radicals acquired through sun exposure. Jojoba oil works as a seal on the skin to keep in the moisture.

Phytessence Wakame comes to us from Japan and is derived from seaweed full of natural skin care benefits. The nutrients in Phytessence Wakame, namely potassium, iron, sodium, and calcium, help in collagen and elastin development, as well as in skin hydration. Also, Phytessence Wakame supports hyaluronic acid development, which also helps in moisturizing skin.

Another great moisturizer that really helps dry skin is Avocado oil. Avocado oil is also helpful in treating psoriasis and eczema, and repairs skin damage as well as softens skin.

Certain synthetic, harsh chemical ingredients that are commonly found in lotion products are actually counterproductive in the long run in repairing dry skin. These ingredients include alcohol, dioxane, mineral oil, any strong fragrances, and parabens. Avoid these ingredients because they make the quest for beautiful skin harder.

Once you take a little bit of time to research and find a great skin care product, you’ll find it’s much easier to incorporate applying it to your face in your daily bathroom routine.

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