Creams for Dry Skin – what would you use on your skin?

There are many creams out there that claim to help with your dry skin, but read the labels.  Will they really help?  So many of them have chemicals that are really not that good for our skin.  I have tried many, but with very sensitive skin I have found that the more natural and the least amount of ingredients the better.

Be careful what you put on your skin.  I have tried sunscreens and most of them have left me with rashes.  So I did my own research and found that many natural oils have natural SPF so I made my own.

Neem Cream for Dry Skin

Screen Shot 2016-08-02 at 1.19.30 AMI find that Neem Cream is good for dry skin, neem is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fatty acids.  With regular use it will help to smooth wrinkles and find lines.

Neem Cream helps the skin retain moisture as well as restore the skins natural protective barrier, it’s an effective skin conditioner and will help to keep your skin moisturized as well as help to repair any skin damage due to dryness from the environment.

Neem Cream can help people that suffer from the symptoms of Eczema, neem oil is high in vitamin E and rich in fatty acids, this enables it to penetrate deep into the skin to help retain moisture.

Neem Oil reduces inflammation and relieves swelling and redness, which aids in the healing of dry damaged skin.

For more information – the benefits of Neem Oil

Hemp Lotion for Dry SkinScreen Shot 2016-08-02 at 1.22.52 AM

Hemp Lotion used on a regular basis.  Hemp oil is the only oil that has a perfect balance of the Omega Fatty Acids which act as natural moisturizers that revitalize dry skin.

Hemp oil also contains vitamin E, calcium, potassium, phosphors, sulfur and magnesium.  With these minerals and the fatty acids products made with hemp oil will help fight skin inflammation, heal and moisturize the skin, and combat aging with it’s anti-aging properties.

Hemp oil is non-greasy and very moisturizing.Hemp Lotion contains Hempseed which soothes and restores dry and damaged skin relieving discomfort and increasing mositure retention.  The GLA in Hempseed Oil is why products made with this oil offer relief of skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne.


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6 Responses to Creams for Dry Skin – what would you use on your skin?

  1. WMP says:

    Good article, I’ve heard of Neem before but I had no idea what it was for until reading this article. I try to eat healthy, exercise and do everything else that I can to slow down the aging process. I think I need to add some Need cream and hemp lotion to my list of priorities to aid with my anti-aging.

    • Teresa says:

      Keeping our skin hydrated is key to slowing down the aging process and there are some wonderful creams and lotions that will help with that. Hemp oil also has a natural SPF and Neem also acts as a bug repellent. So you get added benefit with those two oils.

  2. Chris says:

    Hi Teresa. I too am a huge proponent of natural health products! I only use natural toothpaste, natural shampoo, and natural soap! I’ve learned enough about how chemicals can lead to cancer and all sorts of problems and have done my best to stay away from them!

    I have a question for you about acne. A friend of mine has had trouble with acne all her life. What would you recommend is the best natural remedy for acne?

    • Teresa says:

      I have found using tea tree or charcoal soap daily to be an effective treatment for acne, and with that using Neem Cream to help with bad breakouts. Tea tree oil and Neem Oil have antiseptic and antibacterial properties which can help clear up acne. Charcoal helps to open the pores and draw out toxins. Here is a link for more information on those products:

      Neem Cream and Neem Oil Information

      Tea Tree Oil

      Charcoal Soap

  3. TBonki says:

    I’ve had problems with dry skin in specific areas of my face for years now, despite whatever I seem to put on it. I haven’t tried Neem or Hemp in the past, but will look into doing so.
    In terms of application, does it only need to go on specific dry areas, or does it just cover the face and not target anything in particular?
    Thanks in advance.

    • Teresa says:

      People I know are using Neem Cream for a variety of skin ailments with great success. Psoriasis, Eczema, Acne and just dry skin. Hemp is a wonderful moisturizer when used on a regular basis will help the skin to balance is own natural oils. I use this daily and you can use it on all skin types and doesn’t have to be specific to any area. Neem cream can also be use anywhere, but if you are having a breakout, concentrate on the area that needs to be treated.

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