Today, I am featuring a guest post from Puraforce Remedies! If you have not checked their site out yet...do it NOW! They offer an amazing line of homeopathic remedies ranging from baby ear ace drops to stress relief drops and everything in between. You also should know that they care about doing good too...and you know that I am all about responsible companies!
5% of every sale is donated to the Homoeopathic Charity
Rebalance the Globe, a non profit organization dedicated
to providing long term healthcare solutions to impoverishedcommunities in developing countries
They offer reasonable prices and have a homeopathic line like I have not seen before so I strongly urge you to check it out!
|Nicoe and her kids!|
Nicole Cunningham, founder of Puraforce Remedies, is a qualified Practitioner of Homoeopathic Medicine with over 10 years experience as a clinician, speaker and educator, educating parents and promoting/selling natural alternatives internationally. Follow and Learn more about Homeopathy on Facebook & Twitter.
Here is what Nicole is really here to talk about....4 All Natural Remedies for Dry Skin!
Summer is here and while most are thrilled, some are just not happy about it! While we are able to enjoy beaches and bbq’s, these hot temperatures can easily affect our health and skin - from dry skin to exhaustion.
Speaking of dry skin, it can actually be prevented and repaired naturally. Dryness is always unpleasant, causing symptoms of itchiness and flakiness along with insecurity. Some of us even suffer all year round. You’ll be pleased to know that you can find remedies in your own home. Below are just a few of those natural home remedies.
Water - This might be a no brainer, but I can’t stress enough how important drinking water is. It helps keep our body hydrated (this includes our skin). Drink at least 8 glasses a day for great health benefits and moisturized skin.
Oil - I know it might not sound or feel pleasant, but slabbing some oil over your dry skin can work wonders. The best oil options are olive, coconut, vegetable, avocado, glycerin, peanut, and sunflower. I prefer olive oil - it is afterall a main ingredient in many in-store moisturizers. Oh and please try to use organic oils!
Honey with Sugar - This is one of my favorite mixtures to exfoliate all those dead skin cells. It leaves your skin glowing, soft, and sweet like honey! If you don’t need an exfoliation, the honey alone works great as a moisturizer.
Oatmeal - Oats are an excellent source of fiber and are amazing to soak in. Soothing beyond belief, oatmeal baths treat itchy, dry, sensitive skin. Just like olive oil, many skin products contain oatmeal for its benefits. It can even treat your pet’s dry and itchy skin!
Please remember to follow Nicole and Puraforce Remedies at Facebook & Twitter.She provides tons of tips, tricks, and product information!
Thank you Nicole for swinging by to give us a few tips on how to keep our skin moisturized and glowing during the warm summer months!