Anyone have a good remedy for dry skin?

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June 17, 2019 / By Berry
Question: The skin on my face is always incredibly dry. Especially around my cheeks, side of nose, and middle of my forehead. It also is "flaky". I've tried various lotions, creams, and facial scrubs. These make my face greasy, but the skin is still "flaky". I've given up on foundation, because it seems to "clump" in these areas, and does not provide an over-all smooth look. It doesn't make much sense to me how the skin can be paper dry, and the lotions only provide a greasy shiny-ness. Someone recommended an avacado-mayonnaise mixutre, which was disguisting, and not easy to dispose of. I was afraid of clogging the drain with the green gunk. Any thoughts? Ideas? Thank you.
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Abishai Abishai | 1 day ago
Moisture/water is different from oil. Think of a dry plant - you need water, not oil to make it moist and many people confuse that. Water is a good moisturizer - and so is honey. And honey adds vitamins and minerals to the skin as well, especially if you use organic RAW honey (processing kills some of the "good guys") So, to go the completely natural way, wash your face gently with an organic face wash made for your skin type. Next, spread a small amount of honey over your face and let it stay there for 10-15 minutes. Raw organic honey is the best. Last step, smooth a small amount of organic olive oil on your face to hold in the moisture. (That's what an oil does - it forms a barrier so you want to be sure there's moisture already in your skin before you use anything oily or greasy on it. The reason for organic products is to keep as many chemicals as possible off your skin. Research is showing a buildup of chemicals can cause acne, dry skin and skin cancer. If you choose to purchase products, here's a link to a site with unbiased reviews of chemical-free and organic skin care. http://www.best-mens-skin-care.com/skin-care-product-reviews.html
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Semi-permanent or permanent USUALLY takes up to 28 washings or months, some brands takes 2 washings for semi-perm., depends on the brand really. You can do one of two things, to remove most of that dye. 1. By using Tide detergent with shampoo Google "How to Remove Dye from Hair" or 2. By shampooing you hair mix with a bit of Dawn. Google "How to Use Dawn Dishwashing Liquid for Lightening Hair." You can also use anti-dandruff shampoo, just not the conditioner. Here's an example what hair stripping will do to your hair. It is worst than hair dyes, one from YA! "I accidentally dyed my hair this awful black, stripped it, and now it is this crunchy crispy mess!" Hair strippers are chemical treatments which are intended to strip out artificial color pigment with less risk or damage to the hair. The chemicals used are called reducing agents. Certain 'metal' strippers containing sodium sulphoites are sold for reducing hair dyed with metallic dyes, as these dyes react violently with tint stripper containing hydrogen peroxide-the subsequent reaction may cause so much heat that the hair gets dissolved. Example: So i just put Colour B4 on my hair to try and remove my black dye so my hair it's natural colour which is dark blonde. so i've just dried my hair and there's still dark patches on it. and in some places it's gone ginger. i have garnier pre lightener. should i use it? there's no way my hair could look worse than it is now lol. Another example: Can you imagine this being done on YOU? Ex. of one: "Sooo i do hair, i should know these things! I made a major OOPS in my hair color today. I picked a color close to my natural (as i had it lighter than natural before), I had dye it that color and it turned a magenta color; terrible!! So i washed and washed and washed with head and shoulders, worked but took about two weeks. Being that was still such a terrible color i picked up another shade similar to my natural (odd color, a mix between red, blonde and light brown). I dyed it this morning and well it was BRIGHT red, so i ran to the store and grabbed a light brown (i have done this before, a few years back and worked like a charm to neutralize the red and brown together). So i dyed my hair TWICE today and its a DARK DARK DARK reddish dark brown. It looks very unnatural and i hate it. I need to get rid of this asap, any fast suggestions?" Another example from YA! "I've tried color oops and it hurt my hair and I just got it healthy. I used loreal color remover which is practically bleach and it's pinkish. I refuse to dye my hair any longer.... suggestions? ThNks." Before bottled shampoo & hair products were invented, mid 60's, in Asia, all we've ever used was a bar of soap for body, hair & laundry. Just make sure you rinse well. Try that if that works better! Google Salon Hair Dye Lawsuits. About 336,000 results (0.17 seconds) Dec. 2011 When it comes to hair care treatments, product use or visits to a salon or spa, the consumer must take responsibility to do their homework and be aware of all the risks involved. Vanessa Minnillo Lachey: "I dated a guy once who wanted me to have blonde hair. Clearly, he was the wrong guy for me! I went to a lady who bleached my hair and it literally fell out. So, not only did I go back to my natural hair, I broke up with the guy!" Bad Hair Habit: Stripping Out Hair Dye Smart hair care includes what not to do. If you have a change of heart after you dye your hair a dark shade, stripping out the color will open the cuticle so much that it won't lie as flat as before, says Kim Steckbeck, master stylist at Studio 21 hair salon in Woodstock, Ga. The result is hair damage with dry, brittle, frizzy tresses. "Black is the hardest to remove," she says. "It typically must be done with bleach. This leaves unwanted tones in the hair. Then, you must recolor to a desirable shade. This is very stressful on the hair." Sources: Google FDA.gov & search for Hair Dye & Relaxers. Google: Hair Dye FAQ's Are Hair Dyes Safe?

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Use mild facial cleanser, such as 100% Pure cucumber face wash, followed with Nilotica shea butter. You can find Nilotica shea butter from a couple of reputable websites. I also tried emu oil. However, it is kind of heavy. Other people said jojoba oil works, but I still like Nilotica shea butter.
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Phyliss Phyliss
look dont worry use moisturisers or oils! maybe olive oil or some good facewashes can do! try the first remedy stated! get it done!
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Marylou Marylou
dont use soap for face.. use good face wash which dont dry ur facial skin... and use good moisturiser later... i recommend olay if you want natural products use himalaya's
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Laney Laney
A good remedy is first washing your face with a facial cleasner of your choice and then use olive oil slightly rub it on our face with a cotton ball at night then use your facial cleasner in the morning it also brightens your face while it moistens so do that for 2-3 weeks until you see results!! Best of luck and Happy New Year (:
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Laney Originally Answered: Why is my skin acting this way?
They are called white heads, they are rather painful, they sit under the skin and are extremely painful and hard to pop (so don't bother) plus they are the ones most likely to leave scaring if a squeeze is attempted, after a few days they either die down or begin to show a white dot in the center which will stay for another day or so and then go away. It is probably the added moisture in the new face cream sometimes it's one of those cases which do you prefer... dry skin or a painful pimple... some times after your skin has adjusted to the new cream the pimples will pop up less and less.

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