4 Natural Dry Skin Remedies

Winter is coming! Time to deal with dry, flaky skin, plus cracked lips and all that itching we experience every year. Sounds frustrating? Yes, but it doesn’t have to be. You can prevent and treat dry skin with simple, easy-to-make home products. If you are not sure about it, we present you 4 natural dry skin remedies.

1. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the best natural products for treating dry skin as it contains fatty acids that make up for any loss of moisture from the skin. Overnight spot treatments seem to work well with coconut oil as it promotes a restful itch-free night of sleep and improved skin in the morning. You can also apply warm coconut oil in desired areas right after you take a shower, as when the skin is warm and supple from your bath, coconut oil is more readily absorbed.

2. Essential Oils

Many essential oils can treat dry skin and reduce itching as these products contain anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that have the ability to give relief to itchy skin and alleviate irritations. The most popular essential oils used as a dry skin remedies are: lavender, calendula, chamomile, bay leaf, basil, geranium, neem, nettle, peppermint rosemary, and thyme. You can add them to your bath water or apply directly onto your skin.

3. Honey

One of the best natural moisturizers, honey is loaded with antioxidant and antimicrobial properties as well as essential vitamins and minerals. Honey is known to lock in moisture to make your skin extra soft and smooth. You can also mix honey with other natural ingredients such as milk, beeswax, and olive oil to help improve your skin’s health.

4. Aloe Vera

The always great aloe vera makes its way into another list of health benefits. Easy-to-use, you can simply slice a piece of aloe, squeeze all the gel out and apply to itchy skin. It will not only moisturize your skin but also create a protective layer that will keep impurities from entering your pores.

Mauricio Matusiak
By Mauricio Matusiak
Mauricio Matusiak was the Senior Editor of Lucky Blog for over 10 years, with a focus on covering natural health news, trends, and tips. He loves fitness and sports, specifically hockey, football, soccer, baseball and motor racing. He enjoys travelling, watching movies, TV series, and spending time with his familythe real source of inspiration and happiness for everything else he does.


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