We’ve touched on a lot of things itchy, dry skin and eczema related. Between lotions and bath soaks and body washes, there are a few things at your disposal that can help to calm your skin including easy home remedies. If you are a lover of all things do it yourself, you may want to try making this oatmeal, rosewater and aloe eczema mask. It sounds so complicated, but it’s so easy you could do it in your sleep. READ MORE

Eczema and psoriasis often flare up in the winter due to the dry air. Less humidity in the hair means less moisture getting to your skin throughout the day which can cause your skin to flare. You can also develop eczema as an adult and the onset is often usually during a season when the humidity levels are low. The flare up is caused by the low ceramides levels of your skin. READ MORE

Rosewater can be very beneficial and calming to your skin, and when you put it in a toner, well, let's just say that it's like your own rose garden face spa
Just bear with us before you roll your eyes and yourself out of this article because we think we've found something that can help us rival the skin of Beyonce for only a few bucks.
Our moms and older sisters were right and now we're passing the word on to you. If you're looking for a moisturizing skin cream to add to your beauty routine you just might want to give Olay a try. It's not a classic American beauty staple for nothing.
Escape from dry, chicken skin purgatory where you're constantly caught between the elusive edge of smooth skin and a forest of annoying skin plugs with these rich lotions that really work.

Ash·y (pronounced ˈaSHē/) is an adjective and is defined as “of or relating to ashes” by Merriam-Webster online. Ashy is more commonly known among black people and those with darker skin tones like Indians and Hispanics, for instance, as chalky-colored, dry, flaky skin. Ashiness is not cute. Avoiding ash at all costs is important because once it shows up, you’re already too late to the fight and getting rid of ash now becomes a covert mission (if you’re in public) that can include saliva, asking begging other people for lotion or using chap stick on your knuckles, knees, ankles and heels. This is not at all the business. Add to that skin conditions like sensitivity, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, irritant eczema, allergic eczema, and keratosis pilaris and you’ve really got a battle on your hands. Luckily, we are ash and itchy skin masters and know just what to do to deal with dry, flaky, “I’m a coal miner on the side” skin from your head to your toes. Here is our guide to the best the best lotions for dry skin during the winter or year round. READ MORE

When it comes to having supple, moisturized skin, you can't skip out on knowing about ceramides. We all have them and here's what you need to do for them to keep your skin healthy and vibrant.

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