The Natural Dry Skin Home Remedies By The Zara 

There are many ways to reap the moisturizing benefits of oils, either on their own or with other ingredients, to make a DIY nourishing mask or an exfoliating rub. Lopez recommends that castor oil, lavender oil, and avocado oil may be good natural remedies for dry skin, again, so long as you do not have acne.

A simple way to use your favorite oil (in its purest form), is to drizzle the oil into warm bath water and treat yourself to a short soak; gently pat your skin dry afterward to avoid rubbing all the oil off.

Aloe vera, a plant with natural healing properties, can also be infused in oils and used as a natural moisturizer.
You can also try these natural remedies:

Whip up an Olive Oil Cleanser to Soothe Dry Skin

 

Whip up an Olive Oil Cleanser to Soothe Dry Skin

Just rub the oil into your skin and drape a warm, damp cloth over your face until it cools, then wipe away the excess oil. Olive oil is a good choice as a cleanser because it won't strip your skin’s natural oils, but it will clean your skin, she adds.

DIY a Rich, Creamy Avocado Mask

Creating a homemade mask of avocado is another natural way to soothe dry skin. Pureeing half an avocado and mixing it with a teaspoon of olive oil; you can also add a tablespoon (tbsp) of honey for very dry skin. Apply the mask to your face, leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes, and then wash it off. Your skin should feel moisturized, but you can double up on the hydrating effects by applying your regular moisturizer as well.

Make a Natural Olive Oil and Sugar Scrub

Create a naturally moisturizing exfoliating scrub using a combination of olive oil and sugar. Combine half cup of sugar with Two table spoon of olive oil. If you want, you can also add an essential oil like lavender, which adds a natural fragrance and can promote relaxation. Gently rub the scrub into your skin, and then wash it off. Last, use a soothing moisturizer to lock in the benefits of freshly exfoliated skin.

Create an Easy Oatmeal Soak to Calm Your Skin

Adding a cup of oatmeal to a warm bath can naturally rehydrate dry skin, Lopez says. "The oat product itself is soothing," Lopez explains, and it helps your skin retain moisture from the bath water.


Exfoliate Your Face With a Homemade Oatmeal Honey Mask

Oatmeal also makes a great exfoliator or mask. Mix 2 tbsp of oats with a tablespoon of honey and a dash of water. Crompton suggests warming up the mixture, then rubbing it into your skin. You can use it just to exfoliate and wash it off right away, or leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes as a soothing, hydrating mask.