This papaya mask has vitamin A and enzymes that eliminate dead skin cells. Also, honey and milk are hydrating and exfoliate the up...
Are you feeling like a reptile? We hear you: Dry skin is not only uncomfortable, it can make you feel all scaly, icky, and like a member of the animal kingdom. Unfortunately, it's ubiquitous during periods of cold weather and low humidity, making dry skin almost as much of a winter staple as scarves, mittens, and hot chocolate.
But never fear–just because it's common during the winter doesn't mean you have to be stuck with it forever. We asked top dermatologists for the best plan of attack to rid you of those pesky flakes and scales and get back that smooth-as-a-baby's-butt skin. Here are their expert tips to help fight dry skin on (basically) every part of your body, from your head to your toes:
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