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HOW TO: CURE DRY SKIN!!!!

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Published on Nov 23, 2011

Please watch: "WARNING. YOU'RE BEING LIED TO."
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HOW TO: DRY SKIN CURE

Products needed:

Water based cleanser/cold cream cleanser
Bicarbonate of soda
Glycerol/Glycerine
Olive oil/coconut oil/almond oil etc...
Vaseline

Dry skin can be very problematic for some people as with dry skin the texture isn't smooth and this can mean that makeup doesn't go on as smoothly as it could.

Hydrating dry skin is one of the best things we can do to create a smooth surface - that and light gentle exfoliation. Combine the two and you're on to a winner.

Try this technique out - see where it takes you. You'll be surprised at the results you get from such a simple regime

Vaseline:

Clear, odorless oil derived from petroleum that is widely used in cosmetics because it rarely causes allergic reactions and it cannot become a solid and clog pores. Despite mineral oil's association with petroleum and the hype that it is bad for or ages skin, keep in mind that petroleum is a natural ingredient derived from the earth and that once it becomes mineral oil USP (cosmetics- and pharmaceutical-grade mineral oil), it has no resemblance to the original petroleum.

Cosmetics-grade mineral oil and petrolatum are considered the safest, most nonirritating moisturizing ingredients ever found (Sources: Cosmetics & Toiletries, January 2001, page 79; and Cosmetic Dermatology, September 2000, pages 44--46). Yes, they can keep air off the skin to some extent, but that's what a good antioxidant is supposed to do; they don't suffocate skin! Moreover, mineral oil and petrolatum are known to be efficacious in wound healing, and are also among the most effective moisturizing ingredients available (Source: Cosmetics & Toiletries, February 1998, pages 33--40).

Mineral oil is not an ingredient to avoid unless you have oily skin, in which case the somewhat greasy texture of mineral oil won't feel the best (but again, mineral oil doesn't clog pores or suffocate skin).

The confusion around mineral oil is also caused by some cosmetics companies and people who use the information about non-purified mineral oil as a scare tactic. The mineral oil used in skin-care products is certified as either USP (United States Pharmacopeia) or BP (British Pharmacopeia). This is the type that's used in skin-care products, and it's completely safe, soothing, non-irritating, and perfectly healthy for skin (Sources: Sources: Journal of Dermatologic

Taken from beautypedia

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