Moisturizers prevent and treat rough and dull #Skin, but you cannot use all types of moisturizers since the selection depends on the type of your skin. For example, if you have dry skin, use lotions with a high percentage of water and oils. In case your skin is dull and rough, you should try humectants and emollients.

Most of the moisturizers are water-based and easy to use, but their effects do not last for long. This is why you should not spend hundreds to thousands of dollar on fake beauty products. Give the following natural moisturizers a try and get wonderful results.

Olive oil

#Olive Oil improves skin tone and contributes to human health.

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It is one of the most effective moisturizers that you probably have in your kitchen. Olive oil contains loads of linoleic acids, which create a barrier in the skin cells and protect against harmful bacteria, dirt particles, and viruses. Rub a few drops of lukewarm olive oil on your legs, face, hands, and other parts of the body. Massage gently in circulation motion, and repeat the process four to five times a week for prominent results.

Honey

A study published in the Journal of Dermatitis reveals that the mixture of #Honey and coconut oil is good for human health. It not only prevents obesity and high blood pressure but also improves skin complexion in a few days. If you don’t want to combine coconut oil and honey, you may try honey with lemon juice.

Those who have switched to this ingredient to sweeten their coffee and tea must be familiar with health benefits of honey.

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Being a natural ingredient, honey helps retain skin moisture. It keeps your skin fresh and glowing years after years. Take three teaspoons of honey on a small plate, and include a few drops of lemon juice. Prepare a paste, and apply on the wrinkled skin.

Glycerin

A lot of people use glycerin soaps in the winter season. It keeps the skin moisturized and improves complexion. Glycerin is a natural ingredient and helps retain moisture of the skin.

A study published in the Journal of Acta Dermato-Venereologica finds that creams and soaps containing glycerin are a suitable alternative to beauty products containing sodium chloride and urea. If you are suffering from dry and dull skin, give glycerin a try. It is available at drugstores and can be used in raw form.

Prepare a mixture of glycerin, rose water, and lemon juice, and apply it on your face, hands, and arms before going to bed. The next morning, wash it off with lukewarm water and repeat the process thrice per week.