#2: Picking the Best Essential Oils
With the rise of essential oils for a variety of health purposes, we must look to them as a helpful way of working through this common seasonal discomfort.
There are some wonderful essential oils out there, and some work quite well as home remedies for dry skin, so it’s time to educate yourself on your best bets.
Be sure that you purchase some reputable oils that have the appropriate concentration levels in them, but do know that they don’t have to be the most expensive options on the market.
If you’re new to essential oils then it can be a bit overwhelming with all of the options out there. Though they all serve a specific purpose, you will find that some stand out more than others for help specifically with dry skin.
They can help to nurture from the inside out, and they may even be applied directly to the area of discomfort. Some of the top options for dry skin include basil oil, peppermint oil, lavender oil, clove oil, and rosemary oil.
You can diffuse them in a diffuser to bring the moisture and healing agents into the air around you. If you use proper dosages then you may even apply directly to skin on a daily basis, but just be sure that you don’t overdo it or use the wrong type.
Essential oils are gaining momentum, and for something like dry skin there’s no wonder why.