This winter has been particularly bad for dry skin. I use Avenno lotion on my hand, feet and anywhere else that needs moisture. You do have to do it every day. I work with a lot of paper so I apply it to my hands a few times a day. When I use face scrub I also rub it on the backs of my hands and elbows. It seems to help.
"If we did all the things we were capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves." - Thomas Edison
current weight: 201.4
Fitness Minutes: (18,507)
1,377 3/18/14 7:25 A
I find vaseline brand works pretty well but you need to make sure you put it on right after you shower and reapply often. Also, once I became conscious of how often I rested on my elbows (at my desk at work, at my desk at school, while on the computer at home) I was able to stop doing it whenever I noticed I was doing it. That might help you, too :)
"If you always do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten." -Anthony Robbins
current weight: 607.0
Fitness Minutes: (65,617)
3/13/14 9:14 A
I really like a product called Lemon Butter. It's a cuticle cream from a store called Lush, but it works great on all parts of the body. It's a vegetarian product from a socially responsible company so it is a little pricey (around $25, but it lasts several months), but you only need a little bit each time. It works all day, and smells just like a fresh squeezed lemon.
Fitness Minutes: (10,696)
3/12/14 8:23 A
When I get a really rough patch of dry skin anywhere and lotion won't do the trick then I use Clinque Moisture Surge for a couple of days and that seems to make it go away. That's for the face but it works great if a part of my skin is really dry.
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