Four Food Remedies for Dry Skin

Potatoes has been used as a remedy for a wide array of ailments from skin disorders to constipation to inflammation, and even cancer. This vegetable is an excellent source of fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, carbohydrates, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, manganese, and iron among others.

Grate one or two small potatoes and soak them in olive oil for 20 minutes. Rub the mixture on your dry hands for several minutes, then rinse your hands to clean them of the potatoes.

Olive oil contains omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, which keeps your skin soft and smooth to the touch, help diminish wrinkles, make skin look younger and help reduce the appearance of scars. 

Extra-virgin unrefined unprocessed olive oil has lots of vitamin E that is a famous antioxidant. It prevents oxidation in skin cells so, as a result, skin looks much younger and less wrinkles appear in the skin surface.
Dab a thin layer of olive oil all over your dry skin. And massage it in. This works well as a moisturizer.

Honey, made by the alchemy of bees collecting nectar, pollen, and resins from flowers can help moisturize, fight aging, and fight bacteria. Plus, it’s loaded with nutrients, antioxidants, and healing compounds. Choose raw honey, which hasn't been heat-treated or pasteurized; it contains more active phytonutrient antioxidants and enzymes for enhanced benefits.

Honey can nourish, cleanse, and hydrate skin. Use to soften chapped cracked lips. Apply a little honey to your dry lips in the evening before bed and wake up to softer lips. Honey also help sooth cracked heels and rough elbows. Smooth over these areas let sit 15 20 minutes before rinsing away.

Bananas are a healthy source of beauty-boosting vitamins A, B, C and E and minerals such as iron, zinc and potassium. They are also abundant with amino acids and antioxidants that provide nutrients to your skin and hair.

For Dry skin: Mash a banana with a fork and apply a thick coat on the affected areas. Leave on for 15- 20 minutes, then wash off with warm water and then follow with a cold splash of water to lock in moisture.