How To Improve Your Dry Skin
How To Improve Your Dry Skin-Platinum Deluxe
I have dry skin and I know that I'm not alone. In fact, a full 20% of the U.S. population has sensitive or dry skin. If you're one of them, here are some tips on how to improve your skin for less than $150!
Moisturize frequently. Moisturizing your skin is one of the most important things you can do to improve its appearance and texture, but many people don't realize how important it is to moisturize regularly. You should be applying a moisturizer after every shower or bath, not just when your skin feels dry--that way, you'll protect against moisture loss throughout the day.
If you have sensitive skin (or any other kind), make sure that whatever moisturizer(s) you use are designed specifically for your type of skin; otherwise they may cause irritation or other problems instead of helping with them! If possible, try out different products until finding one that works best for you; this may take some trial-and-error before finding something suitable enough for daily use without causing adverse reactions such as redness or itching sensations upon contact with bare flesh surfaces such as palms/fingers--but once achieved then things will get easier from there on out since now all future purchases will follow suit...
If you're struggling with dry skin, exfoliating can be a great way to remove dead cells and give your skin a fresh new look. However, it's important to be gentle when scrubbing away at your face--the last thing you want is for all that hard work to come off on your towel! Instead of using harsh chemical scrubs or loofahs that can irritate the skin, opt for a gentle physical exfoliant like an apricot kernel scrub or sugar scrub instead. You should only need to do this once or twice per week at most (and even less if you have sensitive skin).
Avoid long hot showers and baths.
Avoid long hot showers and baths.
Hot water can strip away natural oils from your skin, which can leave it feeling dry and itchy. Soap or cleanser is also another culprit that dries out your skin in the shower or bathtub; if you want to use soap on your body, try using a mild soap or cleanser that won't have much impact on the health of your skin. Showering or bathing should be quick and not too long in order for it to be effective at cleaning up without damaging the outer layer of our bodies!
Avoid exfoliating too much.
If you're prone to dry skin, it's important to avoid over-exfoliating. Exfoliating too much can cause your skin to become even drier. This is because the act of scrubbing and rubbing your face removes natural oils that keep the surface of your skin moisturized. Instead of using harsh scrubs or loofahs (which also irritate), opt for a gentle scrub instead.
Drink plenty of water.
Drinking water regularly is one of the best things you can do for your skin. It keeps your body hydrated and helps to flush out toxins, which can lead to dryness.
If you drink alcohol, avoid drinking it in excess. Alcohol has a dehydrating effect on the body, so if you're going out drinking with friends or co-workers at night time (which we recommend against), make sure that your next morning beverage is full of H2O! If possible, try not to drink any alcohol at all--it's not good for anyone's health and will only exacerbate the issue with dry skin by making it worse than it already is.
Your skin can be improved by moisturizing and exfoliating, but make sure you don't overdo it!
Moisturize and exfoliate regularly, but don't overdo it!
Your skin can be improved by moisturizing and exfoliating, but make sure you don't overdo it! If you are already using a facial cleanser, then use only that once in the morning. For example: The Platinum Deluxe Facial Cleanser has been formulated to remove makeup, dirt and oil from your face. It does not contain any ingredients which will dry out or irritate the skin like soap does (soap is also known as Sodium Tallowate or Sodium Cocoate).
Soap leaves behind an alkaline residue on the surface of our bodies which makes our pH levels too high for healthy functioning of organs like kidneys etc... So don't use regular soap to wash your face because it's bad news bears all around!
If you have dry skin and want to improve it, there are a few things you can do. First, moisturize frequently. Second, exfoliate regularly so that dead skin cells don't build up on your face or body. Thirdly, avoid long hot showers and baths because they will cause irritation if they're too hot! Finally (but most importantly), drink plenty of water daily so your body stays hydrated throughout the day.