1. Drink Lots of Water
It is important not only for your overall health and wellness but drinking plenty of water also helps your skin retain it’s natural moisture. Make sure you drink half of your weight in ounces of water each day. Use a water bottle with the ounces labeled on the side to keep an accurate measurement of how much water you are drinking.
2. Olive Oil
Olive oil is all natural, chemical-free and packed with antioxidants. A lot of moisturizers found in the store contain olive oil. When applied to your skin it can help heal dry irritated or inflamed skin and repair damage that causes sun spots and wrinkles.
Try this: soak cotton balls in olive oil and apply to dry skin patches. Let it sit for about ten minutes before rinsing. You can also apply olive oil to dry hands and feet, cover with socks or gloves and let it sit overnight before rinsing.
Honey softens the skin when applied directly to dry spots.
Please share this post! It might help someone you know.