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Dry Skin - Oil in water

Discussion in 'Face & Skin Care' started by Vinothini, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. Vinothini

    Vinothini New IL'ite

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    Dear All,

    Myself and my son are having very very dry skin. We consulted dermatologist and they gave several creams. Actually it works. But we need to take daily care and spend a lot. Does taking bath with water and some coconut oil mixed helps the skin to nourish. Waiting for your valuable thoughts.
     
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  2. raji1974

    raji1974 New IL'ite

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    Hai vino

    Gud morning.

    You can apply good moisturiser, it will give skin soft, mature, little oily. For your son, before he takes bath apply coconut oil on his face.

    Raji
     
  3. SriVidya75

    SriVidya75 Platinum IL'ite

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    also try to use some besan or herbal body powders instead of soaps

    For your kid, you can try using baby oil on his body and face before you give him a bath
     
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    sadafkhan New IL'ite

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    Dry, chapped, cracking skin won't protect you from viruses and infections as well as it should. So Keeping it hydrated is essential. It is also quite easy to do, as these tips demonstrate:
    Cleanse gently: For your daily shower or bath, use lukewarm water and a very mild soap. If your skin is extremely dry, avoid strong antibacterial soaps, which tend to dry skin.
    Rehydrate at bed time: Before going to bed, soak in a lukewarm bath almost to the point where your finger tips shrivel like prunes your skin will be fully hydrated. Get out of the tub, pat yourself semi dry, and apply a thick layer of shortening to the affected skin.
     

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