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Try Egyptian Magic Cream
If regular body lotions and even coconut oil don't do the trick, try Egyptian Magic All Purpose Skin Cream. It's done wonders for my dry, parched skin. You can get it on Amazon. Read more

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Cut back on cleansing
If you wash your face (or body) with the wrong product you destabilize the functions of the outer layer of the skin which helps to prevent moisture from evaporating. Ingredient Sodium Laurel... Read more

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Dry brush to say goodbye to winter skin
As the weather turns colder, our skin can suffer with dryness, thanks to lack of moisture in the air, cold wine and central heating. All of this causes our skin to look flaky as it feels dry and... Read more

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Hyaluronic Acid - a super skin hydrator
Hyaluronic Acid is a natural element of the skin, present throughout the human body. Its beauty is its ability to retain moisture and a lot of it. The skin’s ability to hold moisture is... Read more

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Herbs for Dry Skin
Calendula and comfrey have skin softening properties. They can be used in a facial sauna or to make herbal or floral waters. Comfrey also reduces redness and soothes irritated skin. Allantoin, an... Read more

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The secret to smooth sexy skin (and calm nerves!)
One of guiding principles of Ayurvedic medicine is oil self-massage, known as “abhyanga” – it is cleansing, nourishing, relaxing and balancing for the complete mind-body system. Not only does it... Read more

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Herbal Facial Steam
A weekly facial steam using the herbs chamomile, lavender and peppermint is good for dry skin. Read more

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Whats your type?
We spend so much time, effort and money on our precious skincare products and routines but we are never fully satisfied with the results... This is usually down to the fact that we never really... Read more

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Papaya paste
Apart from being delicious papaya not only reduces dry skin but also helps remove scars. Read more

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Coconut oil: The miracle cure
Dry skin? Use coconut oil. It absorbs quickly, is basically odorless, and lasts a long time. It is completely natural so it does not contain any weird ingredients found in cremes and lotions. Read more

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For dry itchy skin: Bath with Apple Cider Vinegar
If you have dry and itchy skin take a bath with an entire large bottle of Braggs unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar. Be sure to soak in the bath for at least 20 minutes. It will make you sweat and... Read more

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Wear Silk
A little bit of luxury can really help aid your dry skin. Invest in a silk pillow case/pajamas/underwear. The smooth fibers of silk help keep moisture close to the skin and leave your skin feeling... Read more

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Stay hydrated
Aim to drink two large glasses of warm water with freshly grated ginger in the morning and then 3.3 per cent of your body weight in water throughout the day. Proper hydration will give you bounds... Read more

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Camellia Oil
It has been used for centuries in Japan on face, body, hair and nails. It is made from the extraction of Camellia flower seeds and it is rich in vitamins A, B, C. E and Polyphenol, a natural... Read more

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My 5 Skincare Tips
My 5 Skincare Tips: In order to get the best out of your products and not stress too much about what ingredients you are using, follow these five simple steps to get your skin going... and glowing:... Read more

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Goats Milk Soap to help with dry skin
If you have for dry skin this really does help. When in the shower I use goats milk soap - (which is also supposed to be good for eczema). I buy it from a local guy in Texas but any goats milk soap... Read more

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Palmer's Cocoa Butter
Palmer's cocoa butter is amazing for dry skin and keeping moisture locked in and enriching your body in Vitamin E. It softens, smooths and relieves skin. Also leaves you smelling great! Read more

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Almonds are a wonder food!
In addition to heart-healthy fats, almonds have loads of vitamin E, which is great for beauty. It protects skin cell membranes from damage to keep your complexion radiant and youthful. Almonds are... Read more

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