Dry Skin On Face Remedies – Natural Remedies For Dry Facial Skin

Dry skin on face remedies can relieve your facial skin problems to a great extent. Dry skin on face is a common problem that people with a dry skin type suffer from.
Dry skin is mainly caused due to the excessive loss of moisture from the surface of the facial skin. This may be the result of excessive use of cosmetics or chemical products, weather conditions, excessive air-conditioning, not eating a healthy, balanced diet, insufficient water consumption, exposure to pollution, dust and harmful UV rays of the sun, etc.
To get rid of dry skin on face you can use natural moisturizer and other natural skin care products. There are also inexpensive home remedies for dry skin.
I have collected some home remedies by searching the Internet. I am sharing those home remedies with you.
According to Julie Gabriel, owner of skin care line Petite Marie Organics and author of  "The Green Beauty Guide: Your Essential Resource to Organic and Natural Skin Care, Hair Care, Makeup, and Fragrances," olive oil is an amazing multitasker. "When your skin feels extra parched, you can dab a thin layer of organic extra-virgin olive oil under your moisturizer for an extra dose of antioxidants and good fatty acids," adds Gabriel.
Yogurt, especially the plain Greek variety, makes an excellent cleanser with a mild exfoliating action that will remove dry skin and leave you feeling refreshed and comfortable. Gabriel says it's a particularly safe exfoliant for very dry skin because it exfoliates using lactic acid, not scrubbing granules.
Ilona Pecnikov's, director of esthetics at the New York City spa Just Calm Down, suggests this mask-
Greek Yogurt and Papaya Enzyme Conditioning Mask for Face & Décolleté: Mix ½ cup of Greek yogurt with 3 tablespoons of mashed-up papaya, and apply to skin.
Josh Peterson, the health and beauty writer for the Discovery Channel's Planet Green, recommends coconut oil to eliminate dry skin. In his article "Remedy Dry Skin With Coconut Oil," Peterson says, "There is no need to mix harsh, toxic chemicals with coconut oil. It is completely safe, unless you are allergic to coconuts."
New studies show omega-3 fish oil pills may soothe super dry skin. Patients, who took fish oils pills in a study reported in Allure magazine, saw significant results within a few weeks. "You can see, within six weeks, the skin, hair and nails improve markedly," according to skin expert Dr. Andrew Weil in Allure.
Julyne Derrick, About.com guide, says, "Apply extra virgin coconut oil on your freshly cleansed face. Use a warm, wet washcloth to massage the oil into the skin. This works to exfoliate and moisturize."
Beauty Den recommends a natural cleanser, made by combining the juice of a fresh cucumber with milk. Apply with a cotton ball, wipe off and rinse your face with lukewarm water.
The Mother Nature website recommends oatmeal as a moisturizing alternative to soap. Pulverize in a blender or food processor until the oatmeal is a fine powder and put a tablespoon or two into the center of a handkerchief or washcloth and twist or tie to secure. Dip the cloth into warm water and use it to gently wash your face.
Svetlana Konnikova, author of "Mama's Home Remedies: Discover Time-Tested Secrets of Good Health and the Pleasures of Natural Living," recommends applying a thin layer of aloe vera gel to your face. Aloe seals in moisture, it soothes dry skin irritations and acts as an emollient to soften rough skin. You can break off the tip of an aloe vera leaf and squeeze out the gel, applying it evenly with your fingers.
Dry skin on face home remedies will improve your facial skin without spending a lot of money on expensive moisturizers for dry skin.
This natural Hydrating Mask will help you to get rid of dry skin.

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