Body Lotions - dead sea body lotion
The skin on your feet, legs, tummy, breast, hands, arms and shoulders is typically drier than the skin on your face. This means a once daily - or even twice daily - application of body lotion is a must for combatting and preventing scaly patches. The great thing about body lotions today is that many are formulated with special active ingreadients such as retinol, alpha-hydroxy acid, anti-oxidants or sunscreens - all of which help fight visible signs of age. Furthermore, body lotions also come in a range of intensities, from light lotions to rich creams.
Coconut, Avocado oil and Shea butter, as well as other natural emollients sooth and moisturize the skin with out leaving a greasy feel. These rich ingredients help with dry and aging skin and helps youthful skin stay young and healthy.
Use lotion and creams with alpha-hydroxy. AHAs have a drop-off rate, meaning they do not keep exfoliating past the dead surface layers of skin. Once AHAs have sloughed off the thickened surface layers of sun-damaged skin, their effectiveness tapers off. However, to maintain results, AHAs must be used on a regular basis. There is research showing that AHA usage can help stimulate collagen production in the dermis.
Homemade recipe for body lotion
1/4 cup rosewater
1/4 cup glycerin
2 tbs. witch hazel
1 tbs. almond oil
All of the above ingredients can be found at most drugstores or health food stores.
Combine everything, stir to dissolve all ingredients and then pour into an attractive bottle.
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