How To Moisturize A Dry Face

Winter is when dry skin problems can really flare up. The temperatures are cold, the air inside is dry heat, and then the warm (hot!) showers that we take do not help our skin at all.

When I was sick for two weeks recently I didn’t take good care of my skin. Making sure I washed my face and moisturized it was not a priority while I was lying in bed with a fever! When I finally started feeling better, I looked at my face in the mirror and saw dry flakey skin all over. Yuck!

If you struggle with dry skin, here is what I did that greatly helped.

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First I used a facial peel from L’BRI. You put it on your dry skin and let it sit there for about 30 seconds. Then you start rubbing your face in circular motion with dry fingers. It was amazing (and gross!) how much dry skin I had come off my face. You could see little beads of dead skin all over. EWWW!! Ok, time to move on!

LBRI Facial Peel. Wonderful for dry skin!

If you don’t have this awesome facial peel that is made with unique fruit enzymes, (and of course the aloe vera that L’BRI products are known for), you could try making a scrub at home. It won’t have the same feel at all, but it might help scrub the dry skin off. I tried to find recipes on making your own peel at home, but I couldn’t find anything I felt good about sharing on here.

The next thing I did was to apply this intense moisturizing cream. Ladies, this stuff is good. Like chocolate truffles melting in your mouth kind of good, except its for your skin! If you suffer from dry skin, this is the moistest, richest stuff your skin could ask for to be applied on your face.

Intense Moisture Cream to help a dry winter face!

Another DIY option would be to try putting coconut oil on your face to moisturize it. I personally have seen better results using the Intense Moisture Cream from L’BRI, but I know other ladies love using coconut oil. It needs to be a natural coconut oil. I have used Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil before and can highly recommend that brand.

My skin felt so yummy after doing that. To keep that wonderful feeling going, every night I make up a special mixture that takes great care to make, with a lot of attention to detail.

Wait a minute, I’m a busy mom with very little time to spend in the bathroom tending to my face, right? Forget what I said above. What I really do takes one minute!

Aloe Vera is great for a dry winter face!

Aloe Vera Jelly has many healing properties.  Aloe vera contains 75 nutrients, 200 active compounds, 20 essential minerals, 18 amino acids, and 12 vitamins. Your skin will love this amazing jelly! I love to mix the High Anti-Oxident Night Repair Treatment, with the Aloe Vera Jelly for an amazing mixture that sits on my face all night as I sleep.

Aloe Vera Mixture for Face

I just put a squirt of both products in my hand and mix them together.

how to help a dry winter face!

I rub it on my face and I’m ready for bed!

If you are interested in the L’BRI products, you have to register as a new customer on the website to be able to view all the products. It just takes a minute to register, then you have access to all the products! I’ve been very impressed with the skincare line, and they have an awesome sample selection you can try for free – you just pay the shipping!


Click on the Free Samples image on the front page and you can select which skincare you want to try!

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Some other helpful tips to avoid dry skin:

1. Drink lots of extra water! This is the best source of keeping your body hydrated.

2. Don’t take long hot showers, make them lukewarm instead. Hot water strips all the natural moisturizing oils from our skin. This is a hard one for me as I love my long hot showers!

3.  Some people say Fish Oil Supplements can help dry skin. You can boost your Omega-3 by taking a supplement or eating more salmon, walnuts, or put flaxseed oil in a shake.


6 Comments on How To Moisturize A Dry Face

  1. That’s really high priced. Definitely NOT “modest” for me to spend that kind of money on myself. I use coconut oil and vitamin E and my skin looks great!

    • That is great that coconut oil works for you! Like I said in the post, I know some ladies love using coconut oil for their skin. I tried it but I didn’t like the results. I know ladies who have struggled with acne or dry skin receive really good results using L’BRI, so I think it just depends on what your needs are. A skincare set normally lasts 6 months, so it’s not like you are replacing the set every month. 🙂

    • You never buy yourself anything nice KMK? That certainly isn’t The Lord. We can buy things for ourselves. And nice things!

  2. I have had dry skin all my life. Every winter my face gets very dry & flaky.I have used lots of lotions and oils and still had the problem. Just this past week I discovered the solution to my problem:HONEY!! Use your fingers and spread a layer of honey all over your face. Let set for 30 minutes or more.Wash off. The differance is AMAZING!! I cannot believe how different my face looks and feels!! A good face scrub to use to remove dry,dead skin is this recipe from Bulk Herb Store:1 1/2 tsp.cornmeal 1 tsp.honey 1/2tsp.water. Stir all together and rub onto your face in a circular motion. Let sit 15 minutes. Wash off. Honey is such a great natural way to moisturize your face without spending money on expensive products from a company. I couldn’t afford to, anyway. Just go to your kitchen and grab the honey bottle!:)Seriously,I’m so excited about this. Honey is the answer!

    • Oh, thank you! I will try the cornmeal/honey mixture. Flaking skin is a big problem for me. But my face is also very sensitive…and constantly red, irritated, and covered in acne. I gave up using any store-bought products on my face. Nothing helped and I’m getting away from using any products that have any unknown-to-me ingredients. I’ve been trying the oil cleansing method, but can’t say it’s helped.
      Actually, just last night I made a face mask out of clay and honey. My skin was super soft after and was a little less red today! I think I’ll try just honey alone, too. At least I won’t look so scary…the honey mixed with clay was a really dark green. I felt like I should be wearing camo. lol!

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