Question: What do you have that can help with dry, itchy skin? Creams and lotions don't really help much.
If your dry skin is due to a lack of humidity in the air, try lubricating your skin from within. Eight glasses of water per day is the standard, yet many people fall short of this amount. Also, juicy fresh fruits and vegetables are a great source of additional water that is quickly absorbed by the cells. And by all means, supply your body with vital omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids either through the diet or by supplementation. A good source of these EFAs is Swanson® EFAs MultiOmega from flax, borage and fish oils, which is delivered in a convenient softgel.
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