I found recently that even the people who have dry skin are also facing a problem of summer season like tanning, itching and much more skin problems. Today I will share few useful homemade tips for dry skin this summer try the below tips and save your skin.
Treating Dry Skin in Summer
To treat it properly, it’s important to know what’s causing dry skin. Our skin contains a natural layer of oils. Without these moisturizing oils, skin is prone to cracking, itching and flaking.
Dry, oily and combination skin are common three types of skin. Care skin according to your skin quality. This post is about dry skin. When our bodies produce less natural oil sebum, we suffer from dry skin problem. There are some easy skin care tips and homemade remedies to control dry skin problem.
Treating dry summer skin starts with knowing how to retain the oils on your skin. Whether you have dry skin in a few spots or excessive scaling, relief from the effects of the warm summer air is within reach:
Start the day out right. A hot shower might feel like heaven, but it can wreak havoc on your skin. Long steamy showers tend to dry out skin by washing off the skin’s natural oils. Without these oils, our skin loses more moisture than necessary during the day. If you find your skin feels itchy, tight or stingy after a shower, then it’s time to rethink your morning routine. Consider taking cooler, shorter showers to amp up skin’s natural oil attributes.
Take it easy with the towel. Sure, your towels might be soft and extra absorbent, but where does that leave you? Dry, dry, dry. When you dry your hands after washing them or towel off after a shower, use a gentle touch. Lightly pat your skin dry. Leave skin slightly damp, and when you apply moisturizer, you will help seal in the extra moisture left on your skin.
Should use scrubs to remove the dry scaly skin. Apply ½ tsp of Vitamin E oil with 2-3 drops of lime juice and ½ tsp of glycerin.
Apply a mixture of 1 tsp warm Olive oil with a few drops of glycerin and 2-3 drops of lime juice.
Take 1 tsp of milk cream with 2-3 drops of lime juice mixed well. This should be applied 10 minutes before a bath.
Plain, whole milk applied and left on for 10 minutes and washed with cold water helps.
Take a massage of almond oil for a whole before going to bath.
Avoid hot water for a bath in the summer season.
Use raw aloe Vera gel directly on your skin. You can get it from cutting a fleshy leaf of aloe Vera plant.
Apply Glycerin on face and whole before going to bed. Let it be whole night and wash in the morning.
Soak about a 1 tsp of almonds in hot water in the night, leave it overnight and grind the almond in the morning until it becomes a smooth paste and then add 1 tsp of honey in that. Then apply neatly on a clean face( you can apply on arms and back also) leave for 10 min then wash your face using mild face wash. You can repeat this weekly twice.
Honey softens and moisturizes dry skin, and can be applied directly to problem areas – massage gently into skin and let sit for 2-3 minutes and rinse. Repeat daily and you will experience noticeably softer skin.
Coconut oil is wonder oil, and one of its specialties is moisturizing! There are so many ways you can use it – lather it right onto the skin, apply to problem areas like your hands, cuticles, and joints, or add a few spoonful’s to your bath! It leaves skin feeling incredibly soft and it also smells amazing.
With just a few simple changes to your daily routine, you can have healthy summer skin sure to attract attention. Clear, hydrated skin can be yours by using sunscreen, moisturizer, and a light touch to help skin look and feel its best.