What can I do for my dry skin?

Donna O.
Find a great moisturizer that fits your skin type and doesn’t have too many irritating ingredients. Also always wear sunscreen even if your not going outside:)
Aibike Z.
actually I also want to know it, I drink about 2l of water per day, use 7 step korean skin care routine twice a day and my skin still dry. That makes me sad
Nare N.
Use sunscreen, cleanser, hydration cream (all for dry skin type), and also drink water to stay hydrated.that’s what I know:)
Marina A.
Drink more water and keep skin clean before bedtime. I used to empty a full two-liter bottle every day. Within three days, i achieve a glowing skin.
Zoe O.
I suggest using a chosen moisturizer after every shower/bath. Depending on the temperature of the water, your pores may open up, and during this time it is best to apply moisturizing lotion as it allows for your skin to absorb the most moisture. This may not have overnight effects, but it certainly worked for me over a longer period of time.
Magdalena S.
1. Aloe Vera. For daily use, using an aloe Vera gel as part of your skincare regimen will help moisturize your skin for both face and body. Use before lotions and creams.
You can also get the actual plant. Peel the green coat to isolate the “meat.” Then, blend it and freeze it in an ice cube tray. (Add some honey into the mixture for added benefits) Now you have a moisturizing mask. Once a week, use one aloe cube and rub it all over your face and body and let it sit for 20+ minutes. Then rinse.
2. Aquaphor. After all steps of your skincare routine at night, spread a little bit of aquaphor on your face to lock in the moisture overnight. Rinse off in the morning. (Cover your pillow with a towel when doing this). For dry hands and feet, use aquaphor and then cover with gloves or socks before going to bed.