Dry skin all over is both irritating and distressing, yet there are simple solutions that may help. Varying your cleansing regimen may reduce dryness in your skin while cleaning and using humidifiers can also help decrease moisture loss. Altering diet or trying supplements could also provide benefits; when in doubt consult your primary care physician or dermatologist.
1) Pick A Delicate Cleaning Agent Liberated From Scents, Liquor, And Colors.
Select a gentle cleaning product free from fragrance, alcohol and dyes as these can all lead to dry skin conditions. Check any facial chemical you are considering purchasing to be sure it does not contain these components, and look specifically for one intended for dry skin as this will yield the best results.
As an alternative, consider purchasing a detergent-free cleaning agent such as Cetaphil or Aquanil.
2) Clean Up Twice Every Day With Tepid Water And A Delicate Chemical.
Clean your face twice each day using warm or cool tepid water mixed with gentle chemical cleanser. Use an eyedropper to measure out some cool or warm water from your grasp and apply it directly onto the face, using small circular movements with your fingertips to work the cleansing agent into the skin before flushing off with more wetness afterwards. 
Avoid using wipes or washcloths to scour your skin as this will remove additional oils from it and further dry it out.
Try not to use hot water when cleaning, as this may further dry out your skin.
3) Pat Your Face Dry With A Spotless Towel.
After washing and flushing your face, use a clean and dry towel to pat it dry. Be gentle when patting; any tugging on the towel may dry it further than desired; instead tenderly pat your face to get it off before hanging it back up again.
Use either a regular towel, microfiber cloth, or T-shirt – they all offer superior absorption capabilities but offer distinct advantages in terms of gentler treatment.
4) Select A Cream That Incorporates Oil Or Shea Margarine Or Different Emollients.
Select a cream that contains oil or shea butter as well as various emollients to effectively treat dry skin throughout. Read labels carefully for one or both of these components; alternatively opt for creams or balm lotions specifically marked as “concentrated” for treating this condition.
Dimethicone, glycerin, hyaluronic corrosive acid, lactic corrosive acid, lanolin mineral oil petrolatum and urea may all help hydrate dry skin; always check the ingredients list when buying lotions to see whether any contain these components. Once dry use a towel to wipe your face to close pores and ensure moisture absorption.
Use either a regular towel, microfiber cloth, or T-shirt as these options provide more gentle solutions.
5) Apply Lotion To Your Face Just In The Wake Of Purifying.
Apply moisturizer right after cleansing to retain hydration and rid dry skin. Apply enough cream to fully cover your skin before letting it sit on its own until assimilated by your pores – use fingertips to smooth over your entire face and neck with cream!
Start with just a pea-sized amount and adjust as necessary.
6) Apply Aloe Vera Gel To Your Skin For Additional Dampness.
Apply aloe vera gel to your skin for added moisturizing benefits. Regular application of unadulterated aloe vera gel on the skin could help relieve dryness by replacing or supplementing traditional lotion after you shower, applying sufficient aloe for full coverage and then leaving it for the time required for ingestion by the body.
Purchase unadulterated aloe vera gel at any pharmacy or supermarket.
Make sure your aloe gel doesn’t contain other additives, like scents, colors or liquor (for de-sensitizing sunburn) which could aggravate dry skin conditions. These could possibly irritate existing conditions further.
7) Treat Your Skin With A Weekly Mask Of Manuka Honey.
Reward Your Skin with Manuka Honey Masks on a Regular Basis. Applying manuka honey directly onto your skin after cleansing can help alleviate dry skin issues on the face. Leave it there for 10 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water – repeat once or twice weekly for optimal hydration results!
Manuka honey can be purchased in specialty food stores or online. If it cannot be located, regular honey will suffice.