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Having dry skin

i am having dry skin...some times i get burning sensation..i applied honey,milk paste to my face..but still it is dry..i want my face to be healthy..pls help me..to come out of this
Thu, 12 Nov 2009
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drink plenty of water in a day that is more than 10 glasses.   And have some fruit juices and take healthy food and mean while apply jovees moisturising cream dont use honey you can use curd.

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claudia's  Response
you need to apply oily creams to the skin surface. i think regular coconut oil will help. apply this after bath and when you are at home. while going out you use some good moisturiser
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tabassum's  Response
Dry skin is quite common, i also used to have this problem in the months of winter, then i visited a dermatologist he suggested me to use Dove soap. From that time my skin is good and soft
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sifat's  Response
Dry skin is called ichtyosis vulgaris. use EVION cream is very helpful.
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