You may have noticed that your elbows and knees are the parts of your body that tend to be the driest.
There can be many causes for this, but a lack of skin care and moisturizing, or propping your elbows or knees on something for long periods of time are the most harmful habits. Your elbows are also constantly exposed to external effects such as cold, wind, dry air, friction and other factors that end up making it dry.
The best way to prevent this from happening is by taking care of them, by moisturizing that region daily. Next time you are in the store looking for a moisturizer, go to the fruit section. There you’ll find a fruit thats both tasty and great for your health and makes a great home remedy for dry skin.
The next time you eat an avocado, don’t throw away the peel. Instead, rub it on the areas where you tend to have drier, more scaly skin, such as on your knees, elbows, feet, and shoulders.
The avocado bark will help exfoliate the dry skin while its natural oils hydrate the area. After rubbing the avocado bark on your skin, let it sit for about 15 minutes.
Finally, you can also add a few drops of olive oil to your skin, to moisturize it further and make it look brighter and healthier.
Another way to moisturize your elbows and knees is by trying this simple recipe:
1/2 of an avocado;
2 tablespoons of honey.
To prepare the mixture, start by kneading the avocado. Then mix the mashed avocado with the honey. Apply the mixture to the desired body part and let it sit for a few minutes.
After that, rinse the area with cold water. If there is any left over, you can keep the mixture in the refrigerator and use it for the next few days until it’s gone.
Do you know any homemade tips to moisturize your elbows and knees? Tell us in the comments!
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