3. Dry Skin: Your well-hydrated skin may suddenly start feeling dry and rough, and this can be a sign of skin aging.
As you age, your skin doesn’t produce enough natural oils to keep it soft and supple. This causes the top layers to become dry. Also with age, your skin’s cell renewal rate decreases.
Besides aging, dehydration, excessive sun exposure, excessive use of soap, dry air, hot baths, smoking and stress also contribute to dry and flaky skin.
You can use either of the following remedies daily to fight skin dryness.
About 30 minutes before taking a shower, rub some olive oil on your skin and massage lightly. Take a shower, then apply a light moisturizer.
Alternatively, rub honey or milk cream all over your body and leave it on for 5 minutes before taking a bath or shower.