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How To Get Rid Of Dry, Flaky Skin

Do you struggle with dry, flaky skin? It's more common than you think! Worry no more because there are many ways to target this pesky skin concern!
 

What causes dry, flaky skin?

One common cause is cold or hot temperature. Do you notice that during winter, your skin tends to look dehydrated and rough? Or your skin gets flaky during summer? This is because during these seasons, low humidity levels result in dry air that lessens the moisture of the skin, so you should be prepared with a good skincare routine to avoid dryness, itchiness, and irritation on your skin!

 

If you always use soaps or other products that contain harsh chemicals, you may also experience dryness on your skin. For instance, skin care products that contain large amounts of alcohol and fragrances can dry out the skin with prolonged use.

 

Bathing in water with chlorine also affects your skin moisture. This typically happens whenever you spend time swimming in the pool and exposing your skin to the sun. The chlorine in the pool, as well as the heat from the sun, strips off the layer of oil in our skin, making it dry, dull, and flaky.

 

Lastly, as we age, we get prone to more dehydrated skin because the oil glands in our skin produce less sebum. Our skin will then lose its elasticity, making the skin dry and saggy.

 

How can I get rid of my dry, flaky skin?

Hate the look of crusty, flaky, and dry? So do we! Here are some tips that might help you achieve that silky smooth skin you’ve always dreamt:

 

Use humidifier at home

To keep the skin hydrated, it is best to place a humidifier on areas at home where you spend most of your time like your bedroom and living room. Using humidifiers can help make the air in your home less dry, and prevent you from having dry, cracked skin.

 

Avoid long and hot showers

Excessively hot water will wash away your natural oils that protect the surface of the skin and keep it hydrated. Instead, use warm water don’t stay in the shower for a long time. Limit your shower time to about 5 to 10 minutes, just enough to remove the dirt on your body.

Exfoliate your skin 

Why should you exfoliate? In order to remove dry, flaky skin, it is important to exfoliate your body at least once a week. When you exfoliate, dead skin cells that block the pores are washed away, revealing clear and healthy skin underneath. Moreover, dead skin build-up blocks skin care products from properly penetrating the skin. It is then important to exfoliate the dead skin cells to maximize the benefits of your skin care products, such as body lotion and oil. Once the pores are unclogged, skincare products can easily penetrate the skin, leaving you with a hydrated glow!

 

Say goodbye to dry, rough, flaky, and dull skin! Start exfoliating your skin today with the CheekyGlo Exfoliating Glove to easily remove dirt and dead skin cells and get smoother, healthier, clearer skin. All you need to do is have a warm shower or bath for at least five minutes and you're ready to exfoliate. It is made with 100% biodegradable viscose fabric that doesn’t require any chemicals; all you need is water! Just remember not to put any soap or lotion before scrubbing as the glove relies on friction.

 

Regularly hydrate with body oil


Remember to always follow with an oil! Whenever you wash your skin, use a body oil to keep it soft and hydrated. This is because hot water strips the skin of its natural oils, leaving it dry, dull, and tight.

You might ask: why is a body oil better than a moisturizer?

Body oils are hands-down the best way to lock moisture into your skin, and they’ll generally hydrate your skin for longer than thinner body lotions. That’s because oils share a similar structure to the natural lipids found in our skin, so they’re ideal for repairing and re-regulating your skin's moisture barrier.

So, after cleansing and exfoliating your skin use body oil to make your skin look radiantly glowing throughout the day. While it is a misconception that body oils will make your skin greasy, it really doesn't! Or at least, not all body oils... like our CheekyGlo Juicy Peach Body Oil!

This ultra-hydrating, scented body oil leaves skin glowing and plump in seconds without leaving the greasy feeling of a typical body oil! Hand-made in our very own Australian lab in small batches, this all-natural body oil is made with certified organic ingredients, making it perfect for even the most sensitive skin! It's also vegan, cruelty-free, and formulated without sulfates, parabens, and phthalates.

 

 Apply sunscreen

Summer or winter? It doesn’t matter! UV rays can still affect your skin and without sunscreen, your skin will become dark, dry, burnt, and irritated. So, by the time you go out make sure that you use sunscreen.

 

 Eat healthy

Eat fruits and veggies that are great sources of vitamins and antioxidant. Your skin needs these to stay healthy throughout the year. Get yourself some strawberries, carrots, tomatoes, spinach, and more! Eating healthy is a great a way to keep the skin looking younger and more radiant.
 

Stay hydrated

While applying moisturizer and body oils keep the skin hydrated, it is also important to drink enough water to keep the skin soft and supple. This is also a great way to avoid having dry, flaky skin.

 

Avoid using products that contain alcohol

We need to adjust our skincare routine by avoiding products that can further dry out our skin. Products that contain alcohol should be avoided, and instead, use more hydrating and moisturizing products.

 

 

Are you now ready to say goodbye to your dry skin? Start your exfoliation journey today with CheekyGlo! Get our best-selling combo, the CheekyGlo Glow Up Duo for the softest skin you’ll ever experience.
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