recipe for dry skin

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How about trying one recipe for dry skin completely natural albeit a little’ vintage?

Or maybe to follow some Advice a bit’ dated in this regard?

On the female beauty manual To be beautiful (Sonzogno, Milano, 1906) there are many suggestions that are currently unthinkable, it is true, but the ones I report below seem entirely plausible to me (see also: https://www.pilloledistoria.it/6009/storia-contemporanea/depilazione-femminile-medievale-inizio-900).

Basically it is a question of mixing water and some types of flowers.

Here is what is written in the text about it:

“The alterations of dry skin most often come from the use of soap or toilet water that is too alcoholic, and I advise you, Unlike, the use of bran water, double mallow water and neutral glycerin”.

And then, on recipe for dry skin real, the following is reported:

“Here is another excellent toilet water recipe that will benefit the general treatment of dry skin:

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  • two iris bulbs

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