The primary way to hydrate your skin is drinking lots of water. Water keeps your skin nourished and supple. It helps provide nutrition to your skin ultimately reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
Moisturising is the key to getting rid of dry skin. It is the most important step in your beauty routine. It is also important to moisturise your skin at least two times a day. Moisturisers contain specific formulas to soothe stubborn dry spots and rough patches. They eliminate flaking and rebuild your skin's natural moisture barrier. Moisturisers create a protective layer over your skin that keeps water from escaping and provides you long-lasting hydration without the risk of irritation.
Cleansers can cause your skin to lose moisture and natural oils. If you are having dry skin it is necessary you use a cleanser that suits dry skin. This can also help reduce redness and irritation caused by dryness and can even out the appearance of uneven texture on the skin. It will also cleanse, hydrate, soothe, and protect your skin while maintaining its pH level.
Turmeric and coconut oil
Turmeric is a versatile herb as it contains curcumin, a compound that can reduce inflammation and itchy, dry skin. Coconut oil not only moisturises your skin but also acts as a soothing and cooling agent. Add a few drops of coconut oil to half a bowl of turmeric. You can also add almond oil or milk to make the paste more efficient. This paste is organic and deeply nourishing and can be applied all over your body. It is non-greasy and is quickly absorbed into your skin to boost hydration. It seals in existing moisture and protects your skin from future water loss. Turmeric contains antioxidants that will protect your skin from environmental damage, brighten your skin tone and enhance its texture and radiance.