How to treat your Dry Skin Naturally II
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Incorporating the very best of nature in your daily routine can be simple yet the results can be generous to your skin.
When cleansing and moisturizing your skin, it is important that you keep in mind that oil dissolves oil. Your skin naturally lubricates itself with oil. Your skin naturally produces oil because it needs it. In our previous blog we talked about natural Oils, in specific Olive Oil that is fantastic to keep skin moisturized and facial skin free of wrinkles.
We introduced it as a cleanse and moisturizer, as a scrub and as a mask. Some of the most popular products, promoted as “natural” solutions, even incorporate olive oil as a key ingredient in their formulas.
Today we present this fantastic oil as a skin moisturizer and as an exfoliator too.
as a Skin Moisturizer –
Mixing olive oil and sea salt in a rub and massaging it into the affected area to slough off dead skin and enrich the healthy layer beneath it
as an Exfoliator –
Mixing olive oil and sea salt in a rub and massaging it into the affected area to slough off dead skin and enrich the healthy layer beneath it.
Expect the natural benefits of olive oil to take a bit longer to be absorbed into the skin than most packaged skin products. But the results can be longer lasting too.