The outside of my hands is very dry, i try to avoid even this vegan body butter, because i believe its tocic for the body since you wouldnt eat it even its nature cosmetic.
How long would it need to get it fatty again without doing anything i try not to wash it to much, I already use most of the time only Ghassoul,
but i used sometimes any soap concetrate with essential oils, not good for the skin says the package, but its nothing in it that looks bad, cocos oil soap, orange oils etc.
I will not use it anymore, but skin is damaged.
if you are getting enough water, sugar and sleep it should heal very quickly, seeing results within hours. Of course how long it takes to heal completely depends on your condition. Pee 10+ times daily to know you are hydrated. 10 times your body weight in kilos times 4 is how you get your basic calories needed, add more for activity, (with 2500 for the ladies minimum). Go to bed early and sleep until you feel like getting up.
I always use high quality coconut oil after washing (or by washing with it) my hands, face and whole body, which helps a lot, specially during dry cold seasons; as well overall hydration is important obviously, however (in my experience) not by (force) drinking in and peeing out insane amounts of water (all day and night), I prefer high water containing fresh fruits and fruit juices instead which doesn't stress (and hurt) my kidneys in a way the drinking of a plain water does. (More so..., in my experience the over-drinking (based on conceptual dogma rather than body's own natural instinctive thirst and need) of plain water is actually DEhydrating...!!!)
I am assuming you are talking about the outside of your skin being "oily" and or that your hand skin is dry.
Proper hydration and or health should come from withing. Make sure you drink enough to pee clear, and you may need 2-4 quarts of water a day.
Eat vitamin C rich fruits with about one monomeal of oranges recommended a day. Vitamin C is great for collagen and building strong skin and other tissues.
Eat about 1/2-2 heads of lettuce greens a day for chlorophyll and other vitamin and mineral content.
Get enough calories.
Ok, i willl try.
I have no oranges here at the moment, but monday i go to buy few KG
does anyone know why too much fat would cause dry skin...just curious? (I totally agree that fats should be kept below 10%)
No, no its true that i have sometimes too muc nuts or avocados, but only on a few days in month.
My dry skin is from this soap i used against what the label suggested - for handcleaning, its with orange oil and citrus oils.
This is bad for skin says the label but i didnt wanted to hear, because it seems to be natural and i didnt used too much.