Causes of Dry Skin and How to Cure it
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Causes of Dry Skin and How to Cure it



Babylonians were the first people to master the art of soap making. Soap was used as early 2700Bc. It was made by boiling a mixture of ash and water. It was used in cleaning textiles and cotton. Today soap is widely used from beauty to bleaching. Sometimes what cleans your body is what causes your condition-dry skin. If you have dry skin, check out your soap and then switch to the best dry skin oil.

Exposing your skin to the various conditions can result in drier and ugly skin. No more cool radiant skin. What happens when the sebum supply does not meet sebum demand? Here are a few ways we are going to break down the causes of dry skin.

Weather
A combination of both cold weather and dry air is terrible to skin. It's like a broken glass near your surface. These weather parameters suck humidity from the environment leaving it broke and in need of water vapor. A protective layer formed on the skin from sebum will evaporate into the atmosphere making your dryer less moisturized. Applying a layer of dry skin oil will mitigate the situation. Humidifying and staying indoors during winter months will calm the case making your skin glow and ready to defend your beauty.

Harsh chemicals and soap
While soap is essential in cleaning and removing dead skin, it can also be a rat inside the skin's house. Some soaps are made from harsh chemicals used in skin bleaching or 'stain removal.' When you continuously use them for a long time, they will affect the production of sebum- natural oil, leaving your skin dry and scaly.

These soaps also destroy the dermis making your skin age before maturity. Avoiding these types of soaps is the best remedy. Try and check out natural ways of treating dry skin such using aloe, sunflower oil, grapeseed oil, avocado oil, etc. this will revive your skin.

Excessive sun bathing\ exposure to the sun
Imagine a world without the sun; everyone will be slower and in a somber mood. Sun is useful, especially in the synthesis of vitamin D. Excessive exposure to the sun is dangerous to your beautiful flowy skin. Sun rays are packed with deadly weapons known as UV rays.

UV rays will find its way through your skin, making dry. Using proper dry skin oil and sunscreens will save your skin. Try and cover most parts of your skin. Moisturizing your skin will help relieve the tension.

Excessive washing of your skin
Good skin is one that is handled gently. It is good to wash your skin, but excessive washing of your skin will result to dry skin. Over scrubbing will destroy the dermis leaving your skin vulnerable and losing a lot of water. When these happen, make sure you apply dry skin oil and moisturizers.

There are several ways in which dry skin oil refurbish your skin. A healthy diet and dehydration will also ensure your skin stays in its natural form.










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