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how to treat peeling skin
The skin consists of three layers, that is, l’the epidermis (or outer layer), the dermis (or middle layer) and the innermost layer or the hypodermis. At regular intervals, the outer layer is completely replaced with the new skin. During this time, the dead skin starts to come off and this process is hardly visible. However, in some cases there can be excessive cases of desquamation on the face, fingers and other parts of the body. This can happen when the skin is exposed to the sun for prolonged periods of time and ultraviolet light, noxious, which goes to damage the top layer of the’ epidermis. The peeling skin is very common in those who are having dry skin and may be associated itching and irritation. Other causes of dry skin are extreme weather conditions, skin rashes or infections, allergies, eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, dermatitis, a weak immune system, certain types of cancer, and side effects of some drugs and chemicals. The peeling skin is not a very serious condition and can go away by itself. However, certain natural remedies can accelerate the healing process. We will then how to deal with the flaking of the skin:
l’olio d’olive oil contains fatty acids that are excellent for the skin, which work as a good moisturiser for dry skin. In addition, the vitamin E contained helps l’body to fight the free radicals that are often responsible dell’aging of the skin . Then, heat a drizzle of d’oil extravergine d’olive oil in microwave and massage it gently on the skin moistened. Do this three times a day until the condition improves. Mix two tablespoons of salt with oil d’olive oil enough to create a thick paste. Use this paste as a body scrub to exfoliate the dead skin cells. Do this two times a week until the skin heals completely. L’ aloe Vera has soothing properties and moisturizing help to get rid of the peeling skin. Mix two tablespoons of aloe vera gel and a little ‘oil vitamin E. Apply the mixture on the affected skin. Let it dry, and then rinse with warm water.
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