Advice and natural remedies for dry skin

With the Dry Skin the opposite happens with the oily skin. Just as in oily skin sebaceous glands produce much sebum in the case of dry skin sebaceous glands do not produce enough sebum with which the skin dries easily.

Dry skin becomes dehydrated because the water in the skin evaporates quickly, looks rough and tight. You can have a dry skin due to genetic inheritance but some causes or factors can predispose us to the skin drying out.

Among the most common factors are: age, hormonal changes, pollution, lack of hydration, sun, cold, feeding some skin diseases (such as atopic dermatitis or psoriasis), diabetes, kidney diseases and tobacco.

Dry skin needs daily care to keep it hydrated and healthy. It is very likely that a dry skin has a lack of elasticity, luminosity, that is dehydrated and irritated.

To take care of dry skin we must take into account adequately protect it from the sun, use moisturizing moisturizing creams to keep the skin well hydrated, it is also important to moisturize the skin from the inside drinking at least between 1.5 or 2 liters of water a day, and that the products that we use for daily care are as soft as possible to avoid aggressions and to take care of the hydrolipidic layer of the skin.

Caring for dry skin with natural care and home remedies is possible. Resorting to remedies prepared with all natural ingredients will avoid chemical ingredients, alcohol and other ingredients that may be irritating.

How to prepare 3 natural remedies to care for dry skin

Moisturizing honey mask for dry skin

To prepare this moisturizing mask we need a spoonful of honey and a quarter of ripe avocado.

Crush the avocado with a fork and mix with the honey until you get a cream.


We take a little of the preparation and spread it well all over the face.

We will act for 10 minutes.

Then remove the mask with plenty of warm water.

Dry carefully without rubbing with a soft towel.

Gentle chamomile scrub for dry skin

This homemade exfoliator for dry skin will be prepared with a spoonful of floral water of chamomile, a spoonful of white clay, a teaspoon of wheat bran, and half a teaspoon of sweet almond oil.

Remove all the ingredients to mix well, if it has been too thick we can add a spoonful of water, until it is creamy texture.


We take a little exfoliating cream and apply it on the skin of the face with circular movements.

Once the exfoliation is finished, we remove the exfoliant, clarifying the face with plenty of warm water.

With a soft towel dry without rubbing, giving soft touches.

Tonic for dry skin

This tonic for dry skin is a soft tonic that we will prepare with floral water of chamomile and white clay. These two ingredients have beneficial properties for the skin.

Among the properties of the clay we highlight its benefits to moisturize and smooth the skin, and the properties that the chamomile gives us in this tonic are soothing, anti-inflammatory and repairing.

We will prepare this tonic with half a teaspoon of white clay and 50 ml. of floral chamomile water.

Let the mixture stand overnight.


We moisten a cotton ball or cotton ball in the preparation and apply it on the skin of the face. Let dry in the air.

The rest of the tonic that we have left over can be kept in a tightly closed glass jar and stored in the refrigerator. We must take into account to finish it as soon as possible so that it does not spoil.

The tonics can be used every day, always after having cleansed our face. On the other hand, exfoliations in the case of dry skin are advisable to be done every 15 days or once a month. ThemesSkin

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