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How you can Put an End to Dry Skin on the Face. Naturally.

Dry Skin on the FaceDo you remember the hosepipe ban in many parts of England earlier this year, because local authorities were worried that the reservoirs would run dry? That was followed by one of the wettest summers on record!

And what happened to your garden during the drought? The soil dried and cracked, of course. And what happened when it started raining? Everything started growing again!

Like a garden, the skin on the face becomes dry if it doesn’t contain enough moisture.

What causes dry skin on the face?

Dry skin on the face can be caused by ageing, sunshine, wind, central heating, air conditioning, and certain soaps.

Dry skin lacks oil; dehydrated skin lacks moisture. Both conditions result in inflammation, itching and irritation, together with a feeling that the skin on your face is tight, uncomfortable or even painful.

With that in mind, you’ll definitely want to know how to get rid of dry skin on the face!

How to get rid of dry skin on the face

  • Wash your face with warm water; not hot
  • Use mild, pH-neutral soap
  • Gently dab your face dry with a clean towel; don’t rub
  • Apply a natural moisturising cream
  • Turn down the thermostat on your central heating
  • Open the windows for a few hours each day
  • Limit your exposure to the sun, especially at peak times
  • Drink lots of water
  • Eat oily fish at least twice a week (or take fish oil supplements)

Looking for a cream for dry skin on the face?

There’s no need to use a prescribed steroid cream or lotion with the associated side-effects. And there’s no need to buy expensive designer brands with complicated application programmes.

The Syrinx Za moisturising therapy balm is an affordable cream for dry skin on the face.

It’s 100% natural, with no petroleum, parabens or chemicals; and no artificial colours or alcohol (so there’s absolutely no risk of you having an adverse reaction).

The active ingredient is Zander – a rare lake sediment that draws out impurities and provides vitamins to promote cell regeneration and boost skin immunity. The cream also contains Shea butter and Kalahari Melon Seed oil for their hydrating qualities, as well as Tea Tree oil – a natural antiseptic and disinfectant.

Our gentle moisturising therapy balm suits dry skin, itchy skin, red skin and scaly skin, on the face and elsewhere on the body. Simply use it to lock in moisture after every bath or shower you take.

You’ll find the cream quickly hydrates the skin, and achieves noticeable results within just two weeks.

Just like a garden, if the skin on your face is dry, it needs moisturising! And when you apply our moisturising balm regularly, your skin cells will grow back smooth and healthy.

Find out more about how to put an end to dry skin on the face.


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About Syrinx Za

Syrinx ZA Chief Executive Ashley Metcalfe is responsible for marketing and business development. Ashley is as passionate about cricket as he is skin care. Drop Ashley a line if you have any skin related questions.

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