Dry Skin on Eyes, Nose, Ear, Hands or Legs Remedies

What is good for dry skin? How long do home remedies take to deal with a dry skin? Which remedies can I use on my hands, legs, nose, face, eyes, and behind ears?

On hands

Try these natural remedies to make your hands softer:

Give them an oil massage

Oils are one of the ancient and proven methods to make anything soft. You can use any oil but some oils are better than others such as olive oil and coconut oil. Olive oil has antioxidants and healthy fatty acids that moisturize dry hands in excellent ways.

Dry skin on hands
On hands

 

Olive Oil and Sugar Scrub

Olive oil moisturizes and hydrates your hands whereas sugar exfoliates and sloughs off the rough dead skin cells giving way to healthier new cells.

Rub Fresh Cream

This ingredient has a high content of fat that provides ultimate miniaturization to your dry and rough hands. What more, lactic acid present in milk and its cream exfoliates it as well as maintains the pH level of your skin to keep it smooth and soft.

Honey

It is one of the best natural moisture loaded with antioxidants, antimicrobial and humectant properties. Its humectant effects help in locking the moisture and keep your hands soft and smooth.

Oatmeal – Honey Scrub

With the great moisturizing effects of honey, you can add the excellent exfoliating effects of oatmeal and convert your dry rough hands into super soft hands. Oatmeal naturally cleanses and exfoliates the skin of your hands.

Vitamin E oil

Vitamin E oil has powerful antioxidants and it moisturizes your hands not only to give you softer skin but also to help fill up the fissures. It heals your dry cracked hands excellently. This is possible because vitamin E oil helps rejuvenate it and heal the ruptured skin of your hands.

On face

The kind of care that our face need is determined by the type of skin we have. There are four types of skin-normal, oily, dry and sensitive and each type has its own complications. Having this problem means experiencing tightness due to lack of moisture and a need for a proper lubricant to rehydrate it.

Dry skin on face

 

Many home remedies can help improve your dry flaky skin on the face. Here are few samples that can be of much help:

Curd

It is a natural and a cost-effective facial mask with lactic acid that rids the skin of any germs or bacteria that may be harmful to it. Regular application of curd on the face is important.

Petroleum Jelly and Glycerin

They are the perfect duo to slough away the flaking skin and prepare a softer smooth surface. A mixture of the two is the perfect panacea for all kinds of skin conditions that are a consequence dryness.

Castor Oil

It enhances healing powers of ricinoleic acid and vitamin E that guard it against soap, warm water, and the dryness in winter. This natural astringent removes all impurities from the skin as it is readily absorbed into it and nourishes it.

Banana and Yogurt

The mixture not only moisturizes the skin but also exfoliates dead cells. A face pack is prepared using mashed bananas with yogurt to form a paste. Apply this paste on the dry patches for half an hour and then rinse off with warm water.

Avocado and Honey

Avocado and honey combine their qualities of being a good source of sterolin and humectants to treat the misery brought on by having this condition. A mask is prepared using mashed avocados and honey for problematic dry areas.

Around eyes

Dryness around the eyes can be due to both external and internal factors. Here are the remedies to counter dry skin around eyes:

Dry flaky skin around eyes
Around eyes

 

Apply Extracted fresh Aloe Vera gel

It hydrates the skin with its water content. It contains plenty of vitamins and minerals that treat the root cause of dryness. Aloe Vera also has healing properties and is beneficial to treat dryness around the eyes caused by dermatological disorders as well.

Use mixture of coconut and lavender oils

Coconut oil is a humectant and emollient, making it perfect to treat dry skin. Lavender oil helps muscles de-stress, and this rejuvenates its appearance and texture. Vitamin E oil protects the skin from oxidative stress and photodamage.

Stress reduction

Stress can trigger eczema outbreaks, which can result in dry, flaky skin. Ways to relieve stress such as essential oils, relaxation techniques, and even as simple as a good night’s sleep can help you control the contributing factors especially around the eyes.

Cocoa Butter

It offers another soothing moisturizing treatment that may relieve dryness while preventing complications such as cracking skin. A study published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science found that cocoa butter improved appearance and tone.

Dry skin and dandruff

Are you suffering from dry, itchy and flaky scalp? The main reasons for the dry scalp are scalp infections, certain underlying health conditions, eczema, dandruff, and frequent shampooing. These conditions worsen especially during winter season.

Dry skin and flakes like dandruff
With flakes like dandruff

 

Most of our scalp contains sebaceous glands which produce oil to maintain the scalp moisturized. Dry scalp can cause itchiness, flaking and frizzy hair. If you don’t treat the dry scalp on time, the absence of moisture can weaken the hair follicles and increase hair fall.

The right way of treating dry scalp is to maintain the moisture in the scalp. This can be achieved by some home remedies and dietary changes such as:

  • Tea tree Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Witch Hazel
  • Lemon
  • Mayonnaise
  • Honey

On nose

Dry skin on your nose can result from a variety of causes ranging from cosmetic to some of the soaps we use daily at home. Also, the aging process can cause it to become dry because the sebaceous glands become sluggish with age.

Dry skin on nose
On nose

Here are some of the steps to get rid of this dryness:

  • Wash your nose with a moisturizing cleanser that contains ingredients such as rose and olive oils.
  • Choose a moisturizing cream that contains skin-nourishing ingredients such as rose oil, avocado oil, olive oil or a blend of these oils then apply on your nose.
  • Apply a moisturizing mask once or twice a week to gently exfoliate and moisturize.
  • Take in adequate water to make sure it is hydrated.
  • Dab non-alcohol sunscreen on your face before you go outside and reapply it often if you’ll be out in the sun for any length of time.

Behind ear

There are a number of ways to cure dry skin behind ears regarding the underlying its cause. Some of the home remedies include:

Dry skin behind ears
Behind ears

 

Tea tree oil

You can use tea tree oil alone or add it to your shampoo to help in treating seborrheic dermatitis that makes your ear dry

Fish oil supplements

You can take Omega-3-rich fish oil supplements to alleviate the skin dryness. Fish oil is known for containing ingredients that help to get rid of this problem.

Aloe Vera

Consider applying Aloe Vera cream to the affected skin two times a day for a period of one month to reduce itching and scaling.

Apple cider vinegar

Dilute one cup of this vinegar in ten cups of water, then gently massage into your scalp for a few minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

Olive oil

Olive oil is known to be useful in treating seborrheic dermatitis. Rub olive oil gently on the scalp and let stand for twenty minutes. Doing so will help soften the skin on the affected areas, making it easier to remove the flakes or crusts with a comb. Cleanse the hair by shampooing afterward, but avoid rubbing your scalp.

Baking soda

You can combine baking soda and water to make a paste then massage it into your scalp. Make sure to leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing with water.

Between legs

The dry skin between legs can result in darker inner thighs to some people. One of the reasons this happens is when your thighs rub against one another. Those women who tend to add weight are more prone to experience this condition.

 

Dry skin rash on inner thighs
Dry rash on inner thighs

Here are highlights of home remedies you can give a try

 

  • Use Coconut oil with lemon juice
  • Apply Curd and lemon
  • Mixture of Sugar, honey, and lemon
  • Sandalwood and cucumber
  • Almond oil, milk, and honey
  • Potato and tomato juice with honey
References
  1. http://homeremediesforlife.com/dry-scalp/
  2. https://healdove.com/eye-care/Dry-Skin-Around-Eyes-What-You-Can-Do-About-It
  3. http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Dry-Skin-Under-Your-Nose
  4. http://www.tandurust.com/online-health-tips/dry-skin-between-legs.html

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