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Dry, Flakey Legs: What's the Solution?

Dry Skin

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  • Dry flakey skin and eczema are often signs of a deficiency in omega-3 fats; increasing these healthy fats in your diet and via supplementation may boost your skin’s appearance
  • Limiting sugar and grains, and supplementing with fermented foods or beneficial probiotic bacteria, may help to reduce eczema and slow premature aging of your skin
  • Eating plenty of whole, bioavailable organic foods, including plenty of fresh vegetables, is your number one strategy for supplying the necessary nutrients your skin needs to thrive
  • Dry skin brushing combined with use of a natural scrub to exfoliate, followed by a natural moisturizer, can help to get rid of dry skin topically

By Dr. Mercola

Dry skin can feel tight, itchy and generally uncomfortable, but for many the symptoms they despise the most are the aesthetic ones.


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