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Have dry skin, relief with moisturizer, drinking lemon in water. Is it the reason?

Hi I'm 30 yrs old and weigh 74kgs. As I live in a cold country skin gets dried up when ever there is a change in climate. But then regular moisturising was helping me all these years. These days I started drinking with lemon slices in the jug of water. Now, just wondering if drinking this way is drying my skin up? Please advice.
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Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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thank you for your query
drinking water with lemon slices in it is a good habit.don't worry that is not the cause of your skin drying up.

if the dryness is severe i can suggest few tips you can follow..
1.Use non detergent, neutral-pH products to cleanse your skin. Avoid using any commercial soap. And always touch your face gently.
2.Follow a bath or a shower with a mild application of baby oil.
3. Massage your face with home-made nourishing cream every night before sleeping
4.once a week you can have full body application of aloe vera infused oil/moisturizer.and wash it off after half hour

this routine should restore the supplenes of your skin in 2 weeks time.

thank you ,
wishing you good health
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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