Dry Skin

  • Dry Skin
  • Product Code: NHC-0105
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Price: $132.99


What is Dry Skin

Dry Skin looks dull and life less due to lack of moisture. Well hydrated skin glows and exhibits a healthy look. Wrinkles develop at an early age due to prolonged dryness of skin. Dry, rough and wrinkled skin gives an aged appearance. Dry and cracked skin harbor microbes and cause fungal infections. Excess drying of skin leads to dry eczema.

As is true in any walk of life, understanding the causes and understanding the effects go hand in hand. So, firstly let us look at some of the frequently displayed symptoms that indicate that dry skin may be a problem. Dry skin is usually very easy to identify. Skin that peels, with or without signs of dry flakiness, is a definite sign that your skin suffers a moisture deficiency. Some wrinkling may also be seen.

A sore rash or a localised, constant skin irritation may be evidence of deeper issues including dry skin. As the condition progresses, you may start to experience split or broken skin. Other, non-visual indications that your skin may be subject to dryness include itchiness and a general sensation of tightness or roughness.

Symptoms of Dry Skin

Dry Skin is most commonly found on the arms, lower legs and sides of the abdomen, but this can vary amongst individuals. In addition, the symptoms of dry skin will vary depending on a range of factors including age, health status, external environment and the amount of time spent outdoors.  For some people however, dry skin doesn't resolve easily leaving them to cope with the uncomfortable symptoms year round.

Skin that is dry may exhibit the following Symptoms of Dry Skin:

  • Redness
  • A feeling of skin tightness, especially after showering, bathing or swimming
  • Skin that appears shrunken or dehydrated
  • Skin that feels and looks rough rather than smooth
  • Itching (pruritus) that sometimes may be quite intense. Individuals often scratch to relieve the itch.
  • Slight to severe flaking, scaling or peeling
  • Fine lines or cracks; even deep fissures that may bleed

Most common dry skin areas are

  • Arms
  • Hands
  • The lower legs

When to see a doctor

  • Your skin doesn't improve in spite of your best efforts
  • Dry skin is accompanied by redness
  • Dryness and itching interfere with sleeping
  • You have open sores or infections from scratching
  • You have large areas of scaling or peeling skin

Causes of Dry Skin

If you are wondering what causes your skin to dry up, read on to know more information about this condition and what particular home remedies for dry skin can be useful.There are many causes of dry skin. The number one Causes of Dry Skin is the lack of water intake. We lose a lot of water every day when we sweat or urinate. If the water we are excreting is not replenished, this causes our skin to dry up.

Bad food choices can also cause drying of the skin. Food can make or break our skin. If you do not eat ample nutritious foods such as fruits and vegetables, your skin will definitely suffer.Some Dry Skin Causes of this condition are caused by an underlying skin disorder such as eczema or psoriasis.

For instances like this, it is better to find a suitable medication to treat the underlying skin disorder.

  • Dry skin condition may occur due to genetic factors.
  • Dry skin condition may arise from nutritional deficiencies due to poor diet.
  • Unhealthy practices like exposure to extreme weather conditions, bathing for long time in very hot water, using harsh soaps, swimming in chlorinated water, chemicals and harsh cosmetics.
  • The skin loses its capacity to retain moisture, as we grow old. The extreme climatic conditions to which we get exposed, as we grow old worsen the condition and skin becomes more dry.
  • Few underlying diseases like hypothyroidism, diabetes, eczema, psoriasis or seborrhea may also lead to dry skin.
  • Dry skin may arise as an effect of medications like diuretics, antihistamines and antispasmodics.

These are just a few of the causes of dry skin and as you can see while there are different causes but one constant remains. Moisturizing creams that contain aloe are the best dry skin face cream. Recently in addition to aloe and vitamins A & B, an antioxidant called coenzyme Q10 has been found to be effective in treating dry skin.

Natural Herbal Treatment for Dry Skin

There are several topical treatments that can help to soften skin affected by KP and remove the protein build up. Many over-the-counter options are available. Lotions and creams containing alpha hydroxy acid, lactic acid, urea, or retinol can all help improve the texture of your skin. When used properly, these treatments can soften the skin, but if you overuse them, they can cause irritation. It's important to follow the package directions.

Over the counter ointments and lotions in the market may not work effectively to treat dry skin, hence try alternative medication such as herbal supplements to bid goodbye to dry skin. Herbal supplements for Dry Skin is made of natural herbs and flowers and hence do not cause any side effects and over a period of time give you permanent relief. Here is a list of some simple Natural Treatment of Dry Skin that you can try at home to get relief.

Try one or more home remedies and Natural Treatment for Dry Skin to say goodbye to the rough dry skin. Welcome smooth, supple skin with a few natural remedies.

Other Natural Herbal Treatments for Dry Skin

Some other Natural Treatments for Dry Skin include are:

  • Aloe Vera
  • Green Tea
  • Honey
  • Milk
  • Oats and Oatmeal
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Yogurt
  • Calendula
  • Comfrey Root
  • Fennel
  • Geranium
  • German chamomile
  • Hyssop
  • Lavender
  • Lemon Balm
  • Marsh mellow root
  • Neroli
  • Patchouli
  • Roman chamomile
  • Sandalwood

Natural Essential Oils for Dry Skin

Natural Essential oils for Dry Skin include are:

  • Avocado Oil
  • Olive Oil

Apply natural products such as Natural Essential oils like avocado, almond, olive, jojoba, coconut, or flaxseed to the skin after a shower or bath. While your skin is still slightly damp, apply a generous amount of your favorite natural oil to your skin. This will help trap moisture and will keep the skin moist longer.

Ingredients Used

Artemisia vulgaris, Fumaria officinalis, Lycopodium clavatum ,Melia azadirachta Linn, Sphaeranthus hirtus, Swertia chirata, Tephrosia purpurea, Terminalia chebula, Tinospora cordifolia, Zizyphus vulgaris, Preservatives, Saccharum Glucose Base

  • The Herbal pill is intended for oral use only.
  • Take 2 Tablet in the morning after breakfast and 2 Tablet evening after dinner.
  • Fix times for daily intake and follow precisely.
  • Be regular to witness the most outstanding results.

Tips & Tricks

Here we have some new and helpful Tips & Tricks of Natural Treatments for Dry Skin collected for you to take advantage from. We will keep updating them as soon as we come up with something new updates new helpful natural treatment. In the meanwhile read and follow some Tips & Tricks:

  • Avoid picking at the dry skin on your lips.
  • Make a habit of using lip balm often.
  • Drink plenty of water during the day.
  • A face mask of honey, egg, olive oil and rose water works very well for dry skin.
  • Liberally apply gentle herbal moisturizer all over your body.
  • Massage your body with herbal oil infused with vata balancing herbs, twice in a week.
  • Increase the moisture level of skin by applying natural herbal gel which is rich in aloe vera and Natural Essential oils.
  • Consume herbal tea which contains vata balancing herbs regularly.
  • Exercise regularly to increase blood circulation, which helps to nourish your skin and cleanse it from within.
  • Dry skin care no-brainer: drink plenty of clean water to improve skin hydration. At least 2 quarts every day.

Disclaimer

  • All these tips & tricks of Dry Skin will keep you motivated and make you feel good about yourself while you are still undergoing the Dry Skin management routine with our Herbal Products.
  • These tips and tricks are by no means a replacement of actual products.