Best Natural moisturizers for super soft and hydrated skin

Try these natural moisturizes to nourish, hydrate and protect the skin for a healthy-looking natural glowing skin.

Best Natural moisturizers for super hydrated skin

Oils: Natural oils like Castor oil, olive oil or coconut oil are some of the most common oils that treat your skin from deep within. They are rich in fats and vitamins which helps the skin retain moisture and help reduce wrinkles.

Rice:  Rice water can not only give your skin a flawless finish but also lighten and whiten your skin over time. It also helps firm up your skin and reduce the pore size. DIY rice cleanser and toner for a flawless skin >>

Butter: Shea butter is rich in vitamins that not only helps alleviate dry skin, but can also ease eczema, sunburn and keep skin young looking.

Honey: An excellent natural ingredient that keeps skin hydrated and nourishes the skin is by using honey. Mix a tablespoon of honey, then apply on to skin and leave for ten minutes to moisturize and hydrate your face.

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Milk: Raw milk or coconut milk helps to Regularly exfoliate your face to get rid of dead skin cells and moisturize so your skin looks smoother and brighter. Apply to dry face in a circular motion. Wipe your face off with warm towel and pat dry.

Rose water: Rose water is a natural ingredient, which works wonders on the skin. A rich source of antioxidants, which can help strengthen skin cells and regenerate skin tissue. Try these 10 ways to use rose water in your beauty routine >>

Aloe vera:  Aloe moisturizes the skin without giving it a greasy feel. The gel when applied to the skin, softens dead skin cells leaving the skin feeling soft and smooth. It also delays visible signs of ageing like fine lines and appearance of wrinkles.

QUICK TIP: Body moisturizers should be applied right after bathing or showering while the skin is still damp. Apply the moisturizer in a circular motion to help promote circulation for a healthy glowing skin. Use oil or thick moisturizer on the dry, rough areas of your skin, such as feet, knees, and elbows.