Saturday, 13 July 2013

Keep your skin hydrated!

Tired of having dry skin? Whenever you scratch your hands or legs, it turns into white and stays on until you wipe it off? You can get rid of it, if you want to. It's your choice :) It means, your skin is dehydrated.

Firstly, it is very crucial to drink plenty of water at all times even when you're not thirsty. This is because water plays an important role in cleansing the body and also to keep the skin feeling moisturized.

Second, you can try Himalaya's Intensive Moisturizing Body Lotion.

It intensely moisturizes, softens and smoothens your skin. Cocoa Butter's deep-penetrating, natural ingredients help repair and nourish skin as well as making it supple.

Our moisturizer is enriched with the goodness of Cocoa Butter, Olive, Wheatgerm and Grapeseed Oils, which replenish the lost moisture in dry skin. Naturally derived ingredients restore skin's elasticity, leaving it softer and more toned than before. 

Directions for use:

Apply Intensive Moisturizing Body Lotion gently all over the body, with special attention to severely dry areas, slowly massaging it in.

Best used after bathing when your skin is most receptive to hydration.

Key ingredients:

Cocoa Butter, also known as the oil of theobroma, is a high-quality emollient and a skin softening and moisturizing agent. It promotes healing and prevents the skin from drying and cracking. Cocoa Butter also contains antioxidants that can help repair your damaged skin.

Olive Oil, enriched with vitamin E, nourishes, protects and softens skin, and prevents chafing. It has soothing and antimicrobial properties, which ensure that your skin is healthy.

Grapeseed Oil possesses astringent qualities, and its application helps to tighten and tone the skin. Grapeseed has a high content of linoleic acid, a fatty acid essential for the skin. It also serves as a wonderful moisturizer and provides nourishment.

Wheatgerm Oil
 is a rich source of natural vitamin E, which nourishes and boosts the skin's elasticity.

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