How do  you treat dry skin?

How do you treat dry skin?

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I personally like using jojoba oil and applying it liberally to dry skin areas. It's great because it's all natural and does not clog pore. Just be careful not to get it all over your pillow when you go to bed.
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I really like using face masks. I usually just toss together what ever fruits I have in the house and some plain yogurt. Feel great and tastes good :)
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Drink plenty of water, eat lots of fruits, avoid swimming in the pool too much (chlorine will dry out your skin), and be sure to use hydrating moisturizers!!
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Be careful of hot showers!
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I recommend applying a body cream immediately after getting out of the shower, when the skin is still damp. Eucerin is great for dry skin. For the face I recommend applying a treatment before your moisturizer. Advanced Night Repair by Estee Lauder is a fabulous product to use at night before your moisturizer. Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion absorbs great and makes the complexion dewy. I live in Colorado and these products have worked great for me! Hope this helps!
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For face: drink water, hyaluronic acid serum, moisturizing cream. For body: drink water, jojoba oil, body cream (cetaphil).
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Well, first you should moisture it everyday with a good body lotion. (Melaleuca is a good place for lotion and skin care products. Go to Melaleuca.com) If that doesn't work, maybe ask your doctor and I'm sure they'll tell you the names of lotion that's good for your dry skin.
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