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something to help manage dryskin

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dry tight skin cures
asked in Alternative Medicine by anonymous

2 Answers

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Take food rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and especially vitamin B2 which is found in milk, almonds, green leafy vegetables and cereals.
Apply an infusion of the leaves of borage as a lotion for dry skin.
answered by Brian (4,750 points)
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Apply aloe vera gel topically on affected areas. Aloe vera is soothing, healing, and moisturizing.
Limit your bath or shower time to about 10 minutes or less, and use warm, rather than hot, water. Hot water and long showers or baths remove oils from your skin. If your skin is very dry, bathing every other day may be best.
For more details see below link:
http://homeremediesforyou.com/Dry-skin
answered by anonymous

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