How To Cure Dry Skin So You’re Swimsuit Ready

How To Cure Dry Skin So You’re Swimsuit Ready

skin2Spring has finally sprung, which means it’s time to get swimsuit ready. One of the first things you need to do? Start curing that dry skin.  You’ll want to make sure that you drink plenty of water so that your body is adequately hydrated. Then you need to remove any dead skin cells and moisturize the skin by applying a thick lotion. Whether you have localized dryness on the elbows and knees or hands and feet or if you’re just dealing with generally dry skin, there are remedies you can try.  These 21 blog posts will share solutions for curing dry skin.

Whole Body Dryness

Scrubbing the skin with a pumice stone will help exfoliate dead skin cells, and after exfoliating you’ll want to apply a thick lotion to rehydrate the skin. An important thing to remember is to protect the skin from harsh conditions that may cause more drying.  Check out the cures in these seven blog entries.

Elbows and Knees

Knees and elbows endure a lot of wear and tear, so extra care must be taken to make sure no damage is done.  If the knees and elbows are already dry and cracked, try washing them gently with a non-drying soap and moisturizing right after washing to seal in the moisture on the skin.  If the skin on the elbows or knees looks darker than the rest of the skin, try scrubbing half a lemon on them to naturally bleach the skin.  For more ways to pamper dry skin and get ready for summer, look at these seven blog entries.

Hands and Feet

Hands and feet are the work horses of the body, and they often pay the price by becoming dry, cracked and painful.  There are a plethora of skin creams on the market, but who needs those when the ingredients for making a dry skin remedy are probably already in the kitchen?  To learn how to make some home remedies, take a look at these seven blog articles.