How To Help Get Rid Of Dry Skin Bumps On Your Body

Posted by Halle Homel on

Skincare is one of the most important things you can do for yourself, but when you constantly have bumpy skin, you might feel frustrated when it comes to taking care of it. Of course, one of the things you can do for dry skin bumps is to exfoliate whenever they pop up, but if this doesn’t help, these are all of our favorite sips for helping dry skin bumps to go away on their own.

Moisturize With A Good Lotion Made For Dry Skin

One of the best things you can do to help dry skin bumps is to moisturize. We suggest finding a lotion that’s meant to help dry skin like our Kukui Body Lotion, which uses Kukui Nut Oil as a natural moisturizer meant to hydrate skin back to its best self!

Lotion for bumpy skin

Keep Hydrated And Drink Plenty Of Water 

Taking care of your skin is taking care of your body and vice versa. One of our favorite skincare tips is actually staying hydrated! Drinking plenty of water allows your skin to work properly, which means it’ll be able to stay hydrated easier.

Try Using A House Humidifier 

To keep dry skin bumps from popping up, a great method is to incorporate a house humidifier. This will help your skin to feel naturally hydrated, especially in the winter when your natural moisture evaporates faster. This is a great way to combat dry weather and help your skin function at its very best.

Dry skin hydration

For Dry Skin Bumps On Your Face Try A Soothing Aloe Gel 

Dry skin bumps on the face can be a real pain, so make sure you’re keeping your face skin moisturized. You don’t want to use the same moisturizer on your face as on your body, so choose a lightweight moisturizer great for face skin. Our Island Aloe Gel is our favorite face moisturizer. It’s lightweight and uses the soothing benefits of aloe to help keep your skin hydrated.

Face moisturizer

For Best Practices Always Reach Out To A Dermatologist 

While these are great practices to implement in your daily routine, it’s important to remember that you should always reach out to a dermatologist to make sure that you’re doing what’s best for your skin, so that you can thrive and feel confident in your natural beauty again.

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About the author:

Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul

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