Dry Skin Moisturizer Recipe

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Dry Skin Moisturizer Recipe

Your skin is the most exposed organ you have. The sun, wind, and cold can leave your skin dry, itchy and flaky so using this Dry Skin Moisturizer Recipe is essential to replenish and protect your skins natural lipid barrier. Leaving your skin in a dry state while your still young can do long term damage, and accelerate the process of aging by increasing fine lines and escalating them to wrinkles and sagging. Extremely dry skin can also cause cracks and breaks in the skin, such as dry cracked hands or feet which can lead to secondary infections and even skin breakdowns.

Washing your skin too often can be a main cause of dry skin, since the water and soap can remove and wash off your skins natural protective oils. Also, environmental factors such as cold weather and low humidity can also have adverse effects on your skins hydration. Avoiding harsh soaps, chemical cleansers and moisturizers can greatly reduce your chance of having dry skin. Aging can inherently make people more prone to developing dry skin. Ironically, having dry skin will greatly accelerate the effects of aging. Keeping your skin well moisturized with natural oils can reduce the chances of developing problems, as well as improve the existing condition of dry skin. Natural oils act much like your natural lipid barrier, protecting and nourishing to ensure you can look your best, young and fresh.

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Dry Skin Moisturizer Recipe Ingredients:

Carrier Oils:

Sweet Almond Carrier Oil – Rich in protein and is known for its ability to soften and re-condition the skin.

Apricot Kernel Carrier Oil – Once it is absorbed into the skin, it provides moisture for a long time and makes the skin soft and smooth.

Argan Carrier Oil – Helps soften and restores the skin’s natural lipid layer, as well as nourishes and moisturizes dry, scaly, flaky skin.

Avocado Carrier Oil – Rich in vitamins and Essential Fatty Acids and is nourishing for Dry Skin.

Borage Carrier Oil – Rich in Essential Fatty Acids, will help restore the suppleness, elasticity and tone of tired and dry skin, and will greatly improve skin regeneration.

Coconut Carrier Oil – Rich in Saturated Fats, this oil is especially good at hydrating dry skin and will sink deep to soften the skin.

Cucumber Seed Carrier Oil – Helps strengthen the skins lipid barrier and assists in the restoration of its moisture barrier which results in smoother skin.  Helps revitalize maturing skin, and is effective in defending skin from free-radical damage.

Kukui Nut Carrier Oil – High in natural polyunsaturated fatty acids, this light oil is able to quickly penetrate and be absorbed into the skin.

Olive Carrier Oil – Rich in essential fatty acids, Olive Oil plumps and moisturizes the skin using Vitamins A and E.

Pumpkin Seed Carrier Oil – Rich in omega 3 and omega 6 Fatty Acids, Pumpkin Seed can help moisturize and lubricate the skin.

Rosehip Carrier Oil – Rich in Vitamin A and Fatty Acids will help improve skins moisture levels.

Essential Oils:

Cedarwood Essential Oil – Has a balancing effect on dry skin, and can improve and normalize sebum secretion.

Jasmine Essential Oil –  High in Anti-Oxidants, this oil will help protect the skin from damaging free radicals and balance your skin.

Patchouli Essential Oil – Great addition for healing skin and can greatly improve the look of dry skin.

Rosemary Essential Oil – This oil will help tone the skin and improve and alleviate dry skin.

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil – Will help with dry skin by balancing the secretion of sebum to keep your skin looking hydrated.

Keeping inventory of Carrier and Essential Oils to make a high quality Dry Skin Moisturizer Recipe can be expensive. Let us mix this for you, using high quality ingredients. Click Here to Purchase.

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