Make a Milk Compress
Dry skin can wreak havoc on your skin. Try these natural remedies to moisturize and soften dry, chapped skin.
November 09, 2015
By: Blythe Copeland
Another kitchen staple that can soothe dry skin comes from the refrigerator: Milk. Apply it by soaking a washcloth in a bowl of cold milk and then pressing it against your driest, itchiest spots for a few minutes. Experts recommend using a fattier brand than the one you might drink -- more fat means even more moisturizing -- so grab a small container of 2 percent or whole on your next grocery trip.
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