Dry skin has a lack of sebum, which is the lipid film that protects the skin. In order to rebuild the skin’s lipid film, the first thing that we can do is to drink plenty of water, helping to hydrate the layers of the skin to be more resistant.
The best treatment for treat dry skin is olive oil in combination with 2 teaspoons of sugar. Whether we want to apply it on the skin or on the entire body, olive oil nourishes and moisturizes the skin.
The simplest mixture of cream you can do at home for dry skin is egg whites and olive oil. Apply the mixture as a mask and rinse after 15 minutes. You can replace the optional egg white with avocado pulp, honey or carrot.
Yogurt and papaya
Yogurt is recommended to exfoliate very dry skin, sensitive, because the lactic acid has a delicate action and exfoliates without irritating the skin.
For this mask you need: half a cup of Greek yogurt and 3 tablespoons of papaya. Mix these two ingredients and apply on face, then clean with light movements. The time for action is between 5 and 15 minutes, and can also be used on your body.
Cinnamon and pumpkin
This mask is designed to deeply exfoliate, also moisturizing at the same time.
For this mask you need: a canned pumpkin and half a teaspoon of cinnamon. Mix the cinnamon and pumpkin well and apply on skin.
Mix it with fruit to get the best of it. Squeeze citrus slices, mashed banana disks, add a tablespoon of honey and mix the ingredients well.
Clean the skin before using the mask and leave to act for half an hour. Then rinse thoroughly with warm water
Rice contains acids that stimulate the formation of collagen, it is rich in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties. Rice gruel can be a solution or natural photo protection and can also be used against sunburns.