Step #1 - Cleanse - You have to be careful when cleansing dry skin, because you want to make sure you replenish moisture instead of stripping it away with harsh astringents. We suggest you stay away from alcohol-based cleansers. Our recommendations for a gentle cleanse are Cocoa butter soap with chocolate, honey and almond soap, shea butter soap, or zee shea butter black soap. Each soap contains natural healing ingredients like cocoa butter, shea butter, chocolate, or honey. These soaps also don't contain harsh chemical ingredients that will dry out your skin.
Step #2 - Moisturize - The best way to combat dry skin is with a great moisturizer. When it comes to moisturizing dry skin there are so many natural options to choose from! Shea butter, cocoa butter, jojoba oil, mango butter, coconut oil, olive butter, and shea nut oil are all great options. For a very intense moisture try the shea butter, cocoa butter, olive butter, or jojoba oil. If you have very sensitive or acne-prone skin a lighter moisturizer would be a good choice, such as mango butter or coconut oil.
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Step #3 - Condition - If you want to take an extra step towards healing dry skin, try the black seed therapy. Simply apply black seed oil to wet skin, cover with a warm moist cloth for about twenty minutes, then rinse. Repeat this a couple of times a week to keep your skin extra soft and supple. Also helps to reduce wrinkles and fine lines.