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Dry Skin What You Can Do

Posted by Tia on 9/6/2011 to Skin Care Tips

Dry skin.jpgExcessively dry skin can be very difficult to live with, and finding a cure for it is not that simple. Many drugs and prescribed medications are accompanied by severe side effects, which is probably the reason many people are turning to natural remedies for dry skin disorders.

For an effective cure for your dry skin problem you need to understand what is causing it in the first place. Any type of imbalance that your body experiences always has a cause and effect relationship. The effect is dry skin, and the cause could be a number of reasons. Often, one of the main reasons you are experiencing excessively dry skin is because your body is not hydrated enough. Hydration can be tricky enough fluids, or it can be taking a bath. By simply making sure your body is fully hydrated you can often help this problem.

Drinking lots of water is a very simple but effective natural remedy for dry skin. This remedy is so simple that it is often overlooked. By drinking enough water you will keep your body properly hydrated and you will also flush out any excess toxins that may have built up. You should try to drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water each and every day.

Your skin is actually the largest organ in your body. It's a living and breathing organ that is very sensitive to change. Like any other organ it needs three things: food, oxygen, and hydration. Just remember whatever you apply to your skin will be absorbed into your bloodstream. This is probably why natural remedies for dry skin are becoming so popular these days.

Another great all-natural remedy for dry skin is to take a milk bath. Fill your bathtub up with warm water, put 250 g of powdered milk, and I have to tablespoon of almond oil in it. Then all you have to do is just lie back and relax while this therapeutic bath does wonders for your dry skin. Taking a milk bath once a week world nourish and Susan your dry skin and enable you to have a great night sleep.

Another great remedy for dry skin is to use vitamins and minerals. Make sure you're getting plenty of beta-carotene and zinc in your diet. Orange vegetables like carrots or pumpkins are very good sources of beta-carotene. For zinc you should try to eat oysters or crabs. Another alternative is to take a supplement that contains 15 mg of each of these nutrients in it.

Another thing you can do for your dry skin is to pay close attention to your diet. Eating cold water fish like mackerel, sardines, tuna, or salmon will help with dry skin and your skin's overall complexion. All of these cold water fish contain an abundance of omega-3 oils which are absolutely fantastic for your skin's overall health.

Aloe vera and Oat Beta Glucan are other great all natural remedies for dry skin care. Aloe vera has been around for generations and it is used for all sorts of skin ailments including dry skin. The acid in aloe vera will aid your skin and removing dead since cells, and it will also help to hold in moisture.  Oat Beta Glucan creates a film barrier locking in moisture.

As you can see, there are a variety of natural remedies for dry skin that are very effective and also very easy to use.

Renew the skin you're in!

 Tia


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