|Dry Patches on Face|
Follow Given Tips to Cure Dry Skin Patches
#Tip 1. Fruits and fresh fruit juice protect from radical damage so eat plenty of fruits and drink fresh fruit juice to keep skin hydrated. Fruits are therapeutic for dry skin because they are high in antioxidant vitamins and water. Fruits, especially citrus fruits, help the skin produce collagen, which gives skin a plump, moisturised look and feel. You will also benefit from the rich source of bioflavonoids if you eat the fruit's peel. Bioflavonoids protect the skin from free radical damage and help vitamins work better.
#Tip 2. You can apply aloe vera gel to help your dry skin heal more quickly. It contains acids that eat away dead skin cells. To obtain the gel, cut off a leaf at the base and split it open with a knife. Scrape out the gel with a spoon.
#Tip 3. Add plenty of green leafy vegetables to your diet, such as broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and spinach. These vegetables contain important phytochemicals that act as free radical scavengers in the body. They protect the skin from the harsh effects of the sun and other environmental factors that dry skin and prematurely age skin.
#Tip 4. Never stay in the bath or shower for more than 15 minutes. When you take long soaks, you’re washing away your skin’s protective oils. And use lukewarm water, not hot. Hot water tends to strip the oil from your skin.
#Tip 5. Include more fibre in your diet so make sure your diet contains fiber. Fiber flushes toxic chemicals from the body such as smoke, smog, stress hormones and other environmental factors that can cause dry skin. However, be careful about filling up on fiber. The daily fiber recommendation for women is 25 grams for those under 50 and 21 grams for those over 50. For men, daily fiber intake should be 38 grams daily for those under 50 and 31 grams for those over 50.
#Tip6. Use a moisturizer that contains alpha-hydroxy acids. These remove loose, flaky skin cells, leaving the skin softer. Lotions that contain urea have a similar effect. Pit an avocado, puree the pulp, and pat it on your face as a moisturizing mask. The oil acts as an emollient. It also contains beneficial vitamin E.