Dry skin is no fun. It can be itchy, flaky, uncomfortable, and irritating.
Now let's get crackin'! (Get it? Because our skin cracks! OK bye.)
"I can only use Tarte makeup, and I think its because its all natural. If i try using something else, the next day I wake up and my eyes are all messed up and dry and cracky and itchy from the eczema." —Cristina Méndez, Facebook
Find Tarte's makeup here. The foundation is $39 for 1.7 ounces.
Bonus: Tarte is not only all-natural, but it also doesn't test on animals, and its products are completely vegan.
"This exfoliating cleanser has been life-changing for me. I have severely dry and dehydrated sensitive skin that can't really handle traditional foaming cleansers or rough exfolliants. This product strikes the perfect balance because it's incredibly moisturizing and it sloughs off dead skin and makeup without irritating. Plus it smells amazing and it's pretty cheap!" —Sally Kaplan (me, IRL)
Price: $12.95 for 3.5 ounces.
"Lush makes a really rich body lotion called Charity Pot that’s been incredible for my skin. Even better is that all of the proceeds go to a variety of charities and grassroots organizations. I originally bought it because I thought it was a neat idea but I couldn’t believe how soft my skin was after using it. " —lauriej4c1dbc119
Price: $25.95 for 8.4 ounces.
18. Weleda Skin Food
"The Belif True Aqua Bomb Cream is the best. It's a little pricey, but it instantly hydrates my skin and doesn't cause me to break out or be too oily. Plus, a little goes a long way." —Heather Young, Facebook
Price: $22 for .84 ounces.
25. Frank Body Scrub
26. Bag Balm
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