There is no shortage of moisturizers available in stores that are the elixir for dry skin. Especially during winters, when your skin becomes susceptible towards itching, cracking and flaking. You can be tempted to unload those little (but expensive) bottles and jars that will take care of skin and the damaged tissues.
These days the price of a moisturizer will make you make think twice before purchasing it. With the fancy packaging and marketing, celebrities endorsing it which add up the cost to your favorite moisturizer. In addition, these products can have side effects which can cause health problems like allergies. But you can get the same moisturizing action without worrying about price and side effects.
There are bottles of pure, natural oils such as grapeseed and almond in many health stores. These bottles are simple and basic looking, but they don’t contain any extra chemicals and they offer the same benefits as the moisturizers do. Above all, you are getting a lot more from the product with a decent amount of money.
If you really want to save money or don’t want to visit the store, then you can find a soothing oil right in the kitchen itself. Olive is a great natural moisturizer that can be used to soften your skin. It has anti-inflammatory properties that can soothe reddened skin and rashes; there have been claims it can protect against skin cancer.
The kitchen has everything to offer when it comes to dry skin treatment. Some of the things that boost your skin health and appearance from inside also do when applied outside. The best products are honey and milk based products including yogurt and cream. When added to tea, honey acts as an antibacterial and antioxidant to boost your immune system to fight off seasonal bugs. When slathered around your face and body, left for ten to fifteen minutes and showered off, it offers exceptional smoothness and softness.
The most natural element that will boost your skin by making sure that your body gets enough moisture inside and out. Though this isn’t the time to drink plenty of water even though you might not feel as thirsty during the summers.