3 ambulance recipes for dry hands, face and chapped lips
Many people have a problem with dry skin on their hands and face and chapped lips all year round. The cause can also be wind or staying on a mountain or a tendency towards rapid dehydration. Herbalists provide recipes for balms that can be quickly made at home and used in winter and summer.
- Dry facial skin – use light peels before bed to regenerate the skin faster. Then apply olive oil with liquid vitamin E on the face (purchased at pharmacies). Several times a week, make masks with banana, which contains vitamin A (which gives the skin the necessary moisture), gelatin (rejuvenates the skin), egg yolk (contains all the nutrients for the skin) and lemon (tightens pores on the face). Mask with egg yolk: mix one egg yolk, a little of any vegetable oil, honey and oatmeal. Apply the first layer on the skin. Apply the second layer on the face as soon as the first layer dries. Rinse your face with warm water after fifteen minutes. Mask with sour cream: fermented milk product has a rejuvenating effect, so it is often used in cosmetics. Mix 3 tablespoons of greasy sour cream. 1 tablespoon unsalted cottage cheese, fish oil and freshly squeezed carrot juice. Heat the mixture. Put a mask on your face. After 10 minutes, rinse your face.
- Chapped lips – the skin of the lips is very sensitive and requires special care throughout the year. The best substance is fish oil. Lubricate your lips with liquid fish oil (bought in pharmacies) once or twice a day.
- Dry skin on your hands – make a hand bath with warm milk, linseed oil and sea salt. Keep your hands in a warm bath for up to 15 minutes. Then wrap your hands in a paper napkin lightly soaked in olive oil. After 20 minutes, orbit the skin with a dry cotton cloth.