Dry skin sucks and will scream at you throughout the day until you do something about it. Most skincare will only alleviate it for short periods and then it's right back to being dry af.
DRY GOODS Hydration Balm addresses the core issue with dry skin, the lipid barrier. It provides a highly effective seal over the outer layer of skin, acting as a temporary lipid barrier. This holds in the moisture and locks out the dryness long enough for your skin to heal and recover on its own.
On top of locking the moisture in, DRY GOODS soothes the skin with boatloads of Balsam Poplar resin (Balm of Gilead) that I wild-harvested myself on Vancouver Island and extracted back home in my lab. Balsam Poplar resin is insanely effective at soothing irritated skin, no matter what the irritation is caused from. Good news for anyone with eczema, psoriasis, burns, bites, sunburn....etc.
DRY GOOD Hydration Balm can be applied to the face and neck area at the very end of your night routine. DRY GOODS is quite heavy but is non-comedogenic, meaning it will not clog your pores or break you out.
Apply DRY GOODS to your hands and feet before you go to bed as well. I wait until I'm snug as a bug and then I slather it all over my feet under the covers. It will soften and soothe even the hardest and most chapped feet and cracked heals. For hardcore foot softening, wear socks to bed after you apply generously.
You can also use DRY GOODS as a hand cream, applying it throughout the day.