Dry skin has the potential to be very beautiful. You see, dry skin (by nature, not through abuse) has finer pores than normal or oily skin. In fact, the pores in dry skin are virtually invisible. Naturally dry skin is also thinner than oily skin, which lends it an air of delicacy. Well cared for skin that is naturally dry tends to look more refined, more delicate than normal or oily skin. That, in many cultures, is considered beautiful.

You might look in the mirror and see the skin flaking off or worse still, peeling for lack of moisture. Fine lines may be appearing before their time. How can dry skin be beautiful in reality?

All your skin need is a little help, in the form of a healthy lifestyle the regular use of a good moisturizer.

Let’s start with caring from your skin from within. Your skin lacks oil and water. Include healty oils in your diet. Drizzle a spoonful of olive oil over your diet. Take fish oil supplements. Give your skin the oil it needs through your diet.

Drink plain water instead sodas or alcohol or caffeinated drinks. Force yourself to drink at least 8 large glasses of plain water each day. If you really cannot stand plain water, squeeze a lemon into a large jug of plain water and chill it. Drink that lemon-flavored water throughout the day.

On the outside, your skin needs emollients. Maklon Kosmetik Moisturize your skin religiously. In the morning, after cleansing and toning your skin, apply a moisturizer for dry skin. At night, after cleansing your face, apply a good night cream. After each shower or bath, slather body lotion over your entire body, paying attention to your elbows, knees and dry patches. If your hands and feet are cracked from lack of moisture, apply the cream onto clean hands and feet at bedtime and put on gloves and socks to let the moisturizer work on your hands and feet.