1. Moisturize your skin in the right way. The best approach to managing dry skin is to avoid using commercial creams and lotions that contain mineral oils and other petroleum products.
2. You should also avoid tap water, if your face skin is dry, try not to wash it with tap water since it often contains chlorine, fluoride, and other undesirable chemicals. Instead, use cold mineral water or ice made with it, or, better, clean your face with an alcohol-free cleaning lotion, toner, and cosmetic milk, made of natural ingredients. They gently refresh dry skin without causing irritation, while respecting its balance of moisture. Toners and milks effectively remove daily impurities and makeup, purify and refine pores, and leave dry skin feeling clean, soft, and hydrated
3. If possible or available the best recommended soap would be “Oatmeal Soap”. If your skin is dry and irritates easily, try to cut back on the amount of time you bath or shower – some dermatologists even suggest spending no more than three minutes a day in water! Use the mildest soap available and do not overdo it – use soap every other day only. Scrubbing is usually not recommended for dry skin. Instead, once a week use a mild oatmeal soap, which will gently exfoliate your skin without causing irritation. After bathing or showering, do not rub your skin with a towel, instead, softly pat it dry. Apply a natural oil or butter when the skin is still moist, and pay the most attention to your lower legs where skin tends to be the driest.
4. Usage of a Humidifier in cold and dry winter moths really helps. It should be placed in the area where you spend maximum amount of time. The additional moisture in the air would help your skin condition improve almost immediately.