You can use bare minerals. It really works on all skin types!
I would suggest you to put Vaseline, it makes the dry skin soft and smooth.
Read this hub it may help you http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Know-you … are-for-it
Beyond reading the above article keep your skin soft by applying rose water and also apply coconut oil every night before you go to bed see how your skin quality change ,keep away from chemically prepared creams ,some creams give temporary relief but later it all vanishes ,do not use soap on your face often instead use cream based soap to keep your skin supple .
try these natural products especially made for sensitive skin
by Lorena Mustain 9 years ago
I have dry skin and and have problem with acne, any tips for a good make up and tips to apply?Read an interesting post of yours about make-up tips.
by Nira Perkins 7 years ago
What is the best moisturizing lotion for really dry skin?Something that absorbs well and is not too runny.
by Helen Murphy Howell 10 years ago
Itchy, Dry Skin After A Shower?Do any hubbers have a favourite shower gel/wash/cream that 'genuinely' does not dry your skin? I have tried a few brands but I always end up with itchiness and dry patches. Thanks for all your help in advance.
by Neha Sadana 8 years ago
Winter is approaching!! Please suggest skin care tips for dry skin.
by Selina Kyle 8 years ago
How do I cure my dog's dry skin?Is there anything like lotion for dogs? How do I relieve his itching?
by Inga Wong 8 years ago
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