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Say Goodbye to Dry Skin

We have all been there when our skin is so dry it is flaking off, extremely itchy and just wanting to find relief that last and doesn't burn your now irritated skin. Not only do I personally deal with dry skin especially my hands from constantly being in water from washing, but my husband has extremely dry skin on his shins. So dry that before he started using these three products, his shins were rubbed raw leaving open sores on his legs. I would catch in the middle of the night itching his shins with his heels while he was sleeping! With his skin so irritated the last thing I wanted to do is put a product on his legs that was going to burn or bring him no relief. Understand why dry skin occurs helped create this three step process. 

What is dry skin? Dry skin is a result of our skin not retaining enough moisture. Not always caused by an underlying diseases, dry skin can happen from excessive washing, harsh soaps, swimming in a chlorinated pool, rough jobs that you use your hands for, climate or in proper hydration. After all our skin is made up of 69% water! Before getting to the three steps removing any harsh soaps is the first big step. Get rid of any toxic laundry soap, dish soap, hand wash, body wash, skin care products, oral care, hair care, cleaners and dryer sheets. Check out Thrive Market for all your toxic free choices, plus sign up for there email and try them for free. Also get free shipping and 25% your first order show now!  Now that we have removed the toxins make drinking water a point everyday. The recommendation is to drink 50% of your body weight in oz's each day. Start first thing in the morning with water being your first drink promoting hydration and so much more, find out here. Eat clean and stay away from excessive processed and sugary foods, drinks and caffeine. Now we have removed all the toxins, let's jump into our three step process!

Step 1: Soak 

Soaking the skin allows it to cleanse, protect and soothe dry, irritated skin. Our Oatmeal Soak gives your skin a layer of protection that moisturizes and softens. Softening the skin so that it can easily remove dry and dead skin cells. Safe for all ages and may soak daily, always remember to keep the water warm as hot water dry's the skin out even more.

Step 2: Exfoliate 

Exfoliate the layer build up of dry and dead skin cells allowing skin to renew itself and reduces redness. Our Oatmeal Polish uses ground steel cut oats to gently exfoliate without causing damage or pain to skin. Our blend of nourishing oils allows your skin to become nourished, moisturized and ready for the last step. Safe for all ages, not recommended on your face. Exfoliate once or twice a week, don't over exfoliate as that causes more irritation. If the skin is flaking then it is usually time to exfoliate, listen to your skin.

Step 3: Moisturize, Nourish & Hydrate

Keeping the skin moisturized and hydrate allows dry skin to be more manageable. Our Lavender Body Love is crafted using the same skin loving oils as our Body Love with the perfect addition of Organic Cranberry Seed Oil, Oats Extract and Lavender Essential Oil. Everything your dry skin needs to find relief. Safe for all ages. Apply to damp skin daily both morning and evening. If not applying after a bath or shower spray our Rose Mist onto the skin before applying the body butter. 

Check out our Dry Skin Rescue for all three of the products and put our dry skin set to test. Tag us at #motherearthinc I can't wait to see your before and afters and hear how you find relief.  

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Hello welcome to MotherEarth Journal, I am Channon founder, creator and blogger at MotherEarth Inc. Encouraging you to live the best possible life without destroying our planet in the process! Real talk, honest reviews & educational information. Let's save our planet one swap at a time!

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