Ten Ways To Keep Skin, Hair & Lips Moisturized This Winter

Ten Ways To Keep Skin, Hair & Lips Moisturized This Winter

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Happy February Friends!

The good news is that Punxsutawney Phil came out of his hole and did not see his shadow and so now we know that winter will not last forever. Hooray! The bad news is that dry winter skin is a legit problem we all have to deal with. Unless of course you have a plan and some easy DIY fixes to help you out like I am going to share with you all today! Double hooray!!

So don’t let those dry skin blues get the better of you and check out some of these fabulously easy DIY remedies for body butter, chapped lip remedies, face masks and more! Some of these look so good I could just eat them. Seriously.

Ten Ways To Keep Skin, Hair & Lips Moisturized This Winter

1. Homemade Healing Lotion for Dry Skin

2. Homemade Body Butter Cream

3. Coconut Oil and Honey Face Mask

4. Nighttime Body Butter

5. Homemade Avocado Face Mask

6. Whipped Sugar Cookie Body Butter

7. Chapped Lips Home Remedy

8. Whipped Chocolate Body Butterhttps://foodfunfamily.com/chocolate-body-butter/

9. Crazy Hair Moisturizing Pudding

10. Lastly, to help keep your skin hydrated, take a look at my tutorial for creating your own Homemade Sugar Scrub HERE.

But whatever you do, please do not try the Listerine foot soak that is all the rage on Pinterest, because this will happen to you. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…



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  1. I have super dry skin year round, but winter takes it to another level. When my husband kindly offers to rub my feet, I’m like, “What – NO! – Run! Save yourself!” Because they are hideous until May.

  2. Thank goodness that little rodent didn’t see his shadow! My lips have been more chapped this year than I can ever remember. Definitely need to take a look at the lip remedy.
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  3. Hi Jen, I’ve been promising myself a face mask in the hope of kicking some life back into my skin, but haven’t quite got there yet; the coconut oil and honey face mask sounds perfect and I just happen to have both ingredients at hand.

    I’d be like a woman possessed if I were to knock up some whipped chocolate body butter! I’m not sure it would even be a safe thing for me to use.

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      I know right? Gone are the days of those smelly old concoctions that we used to have to put on our faces and feet! Blech! My mom used to have this terrible smelling face cream when I was little that she would use for dry skin. I think it might have killed brain cells so you just thought your skin was soft :)
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  4. Heh, we did the listerine thing but used the brown colored one.
    This has been a topic of conversation down here even in Florida. My brother-in-law moved to California and is having skin problems from the dryness. We have been talking coconut oil, but I always hate the smell of it on myself.
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  5. I’m am not much of a DIY person, but my friends and I made some sugar scrubs at a birthday gathering recently. Everything came out great and then later I felt it needed some coconut oil. This was a fun activity and it had the whole house smelling good. Worked good on my feet, too! :)
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