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People who have dry skin often find their skin feeling itchy or notice white lines if their skin isn t moisturised well. This worsens in the winter season as the lack of moisture and harsh weather further takes a toll on the skin. Even people who have normal skin find their skin to be dry in the winter months. Though there s an array of moisturisers available in the market these days, if you want to moisturise your skin whilst reaping in more benefits, you should opt for natural moisturisers. Here s how to make them.
Papaya is packed with vitamin A and C which is not only nourishing for dry skin but also increases collagen production which keeps the skin looking younger for a longer time. Your skin will feel supple within a few days of using this pack.
Almond oil contains vitamin E which is an excellent moisturiser. It also helps prevent stretch marks (and lighten existing ones). The oil is full of antioxidants which will prevent skin damage as well.
Raw milk can help keep your skin smooth and supple. It also helps brighten your skin tone and reduce spots due to the lactic acid present in it. But you need to apply it for a couple of weeks before you see noticeable results.
Don t we love eating them? Now use chocolate to make a natural moisturiser. The cocoa content in it also helps increase blood flow to the skin and the flavonoids absorb UV light. Chocolate also helps in the skin renewal process.
Petroleum jelly is often used in the winter months as it intensely moisturises the skin. People who have dry skin can make good use of the same otherwise too. It repels water which helps lock in moisture in your skin for a longer time.
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