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    Use best products for make-up
    Avoid Shop on face
    Use face wash lotion to wash face
    Apply moisturizer after every wash
    Add fruits in your diet.

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    **marclewis** Male

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    Protect your skin from the sun and drink more water.

  3. #33

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    Use good quality of facewash and Avoid using soap.
    Drink plenty of water.
    Apply fruit pulp on face it would help you to moisture you skin.

  4. #34

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    You are what you eat - eat the right food... like veggies and fruits
    - drink a lot of water to flush our toxins.
    - be careful and wary of cosmetics you apply to your skin

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    **Anayah Amber** Female

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    thanks to share this but on my point of view Vaseline is best for all the things

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    **Marie Miguel** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by koydranreb View Post
    Drink more water, eat more fruits and vegetables. Get a Humidifier for your place. Take more baths and use oil in the water.

    Oil in water? Seriously? It's the first time I heard of it. For dry skin, I only use moisturizing lotions.

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    This is how I have put a stop to my annoyingly dry & irritated skin
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    Daily a multivitamin once a day (make sure it contains B vitamins)
    Drink plenty of water. I tend to look at the colour of my wee to see if i'm hydrated or not.
    Use purechimp super body cream
    Increased omega 3 in my diet. You could always use a supplement.
    Purchased a humidifier for my bedroom.
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  8. #38

    **Hemant Jain** Male

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    Nice Tips for Dry Skin,
    I too have a dry skin, I will follow your guidance and lets see how it works for me.
    Thanks

  9. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anayah Amber View Post
    thanks to share this but on my point of view Vaseline is best for all the things
    My own skin reacts adversely to vaseline -- must be because it petroleum-based oil similar to mechanics grease and lubricants (LOL). It makes my skin drier and I get eruptions of summer and winter sores. I use organic coconut oil instead for my skin and hair and don't use anymore store-bought soaps, shampoos and moisturizers.

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    **Andrew Williams** Male

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    simply use "DOVE" - It really works, especially for the DRY Skin


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