Skyrim Shiny Skin Fix ^NEW^
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First, Savos's (The Archmage's) outfit was very shiny and smooth. It seemed to be correctly colored though but it was smooth. Also his face was all black (I think he's a dark elf but I'm talking 0x000000 dark). He was in the room where you get the first lessons in the mage college near the... blue fire well thing. He would talk to me alright but he wouldn't walk anywhere. That may have been unrelated but just seemed to add to the oddness. The most strange thing was that when he turned around to look at me his head changed colors to a sort of maroon. I walked around him and jumped higher and the skin on his head (his hands were normal or gloved, I just remember that nothing was odd) changed colors depending on the angle I was looking at him from, it was always off though never seeming right. (And as a sub note, I went into the small village outside and another dark elf had the same off head but he was otherwise fine, walking around normally and not having shiny clothes).The next two issues happened at the same time. I entered an inn (or left, I just remember I changed zones) and most (if not all) of everyone's outfit was a very shiny light blue color. Their shields were too. I didn't think to zoom out and check myself. Their skin was fine though. It wasn't the \"missing texture\" pattern (or maybe Skyrim uses this blue Not sure). Also, the grass/shrubs on the ground were messed up. It seemed like the textures had been replaced with black squares. Also maybe a rock or two was completely black. But before this everything was fine so it was only after I went through a load screen which makes me think it wasn't due to a bad load order but I'm not so sure.
Dry skin occurs when the top layer of the skin lacks the necessary amount of water (hydration). As a result, this layer begins to deteriorate, resulting in a flaky texture and visible fine lines or cracks. If you have been having no luck with moisturizers or topical lotions that do not seem to help in the long run for skin problems, you can try out home remedies for dry skin on the face.
The lack of moisture in the skin results from a decrease in the fatty acids (lipids) in the skin, which are responsible for locking in the moisture and keeping the skin soft and supple. Many causes could lead to xerosis, which is an alternative term used for dry skin (1), (2):
Aloe vera gel is often used in the treatment of dry and patchy skin. It is also included in many commercially available lotions and creams. It contains polysaccharidesi XA major class of biomolecules made of many simple sugars that serve as important sources of energy in plant and animal cells. that help to retain the moisture levels in the skin. It also enhances collagen and elastin production in the skin, thus restoring its suppleness and elasticity. If your dry skin is due to conditions like psoriasis or eczema, aloe vera can also help to deal with them as it has healing and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties help to alleviate the symptoms of such skin ailments (3).
Jojoba oil is commonly used as a moisturizer for all skin types. It softens the skin and gets rid of flakiness. It also promotes the growth of new skin cells. It has anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe your skin. It acts as a skin barrier repairing agent (5). It promotes anti-aging and wound healing with its antioxidant effects (6). Argan oil is an excellent alternative for jojoba oil and can be used to treat dry skin problems.
Olive oil has moisturizing properties that nourish your skin. The polyphenols in this oil have antioxidant properties and help counteract the damage caused by the sun (7), (8). Studies also show that it helps promote dermal reconstruction and wound healing (6). A rat study shows that lavender helps promote wound healing, which may help with itchiness and skin breakage caused by dry skin.
Almond oil has been used in ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic medicines to treat dry skin. It has moisturizing properties and makes your skin smooth and supple. It can also improve your complexion and skin tone (9). Geranium oil is an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory due to which it is often used in skin care. It can also treat conditions like eczema, which is one of the causes of dry skin (10).
Apart from the topical application of oils, supplements like cod liver oil or krill oil are also beneficial to get rid of dry skin issues (16). These oils supply the required fatty acids to the skin from inside the body. Within a few weeks, you will be able to notice your dry patches going away and softer skin coming up to the surface.
Vaseline is composed of petroleum jelly or petrolatum. This ingredient is used to lock in the moisture and prevent water loss from the skin (18). It can be a little greasy, so it is best used as an overnight treatment. Do not forget to cover your pillow with an old T-shirt or towel to prevent soiling your pillowcase.
Watermelon has high water content and is also rich in a variety of skin-friendly vitamins. This face pack will leave your skin moisturized and hydrated. The lycopenei XAn organic pigment that renders fruits and vegetables like carrots, watermelons, or cherries their characteristic red/pink color. in watermelon helped reduce skin roughness and dryness in porcine studies (19).
Apple extracts have potential anti-aging and anti-wrinkle effects (22). The peel contains antioxidants (23). These antioxidants may help protect your skin against damage. However, there is not enough scientific evidence to prove its efficacy in treating dry skin.
Lacto calamine has a specific lotion variant that is designed for dry skin types. It contains zinc oxide that soothes the skin and reduces itchiness. It can help in suppressing inflammation seen in dry skin-associated ailments like psoriasis and eczema (24).
Rosewater is often used to maintain overall skin health. It soothes, moisturizes, and refreshes your skin (26). Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can protect your skin from UV damage (27).
Mice studies show that milk consumption can improve dry skin conditions (30). Hence, the phospholipidsi XLipids that form the major component of cell membranes and are often used as emulsifiers and wetting agents. in milk powder may moisturize dry skin on topical application.
Avocado is rich in nutrient waxes, proteins, minerals, and vitamins A, D, and E (32). It can help provide nourishment to dry and chapped skin. Avocado oil was found to increase collagen synthesis and protect the skin from UV radiation in mice studies (33).
Breast milk can help soothe skin irritation. It contains antibodies, EGF (epidermal growth factor), and erythropoietin, which may help in the growth and repair of the skin cells (37). It is commonly used to heal atopic eczema and diaper rashes in infants.
Scrubbing the face with brown sugar scrub helps unclog the pores, exfoliate dead skin cells, and improve blood circulation. This can, apart from improving the skin texture, enhance the absorption of the nutrients from the oil in the scrub. It can also help maintain skin elasticity. However, there is no direct scientific evidence to establish its effect on dry skin.
Chocolate contains phytochemicalsi XBioactive nutrients found naturally in plants that help resist plant virus infections, fungi, and other insects. that exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties. It also improves blood flow under the skin and maintains optimal skin health (39).
Honey is a natural humectant, so it keeps your skin moisturized (40). Cinnamon is added to improve capillary circulation and unclog skin pores. It is also an anti-inflammatory agent that contains free radical scavenging compounds (41).
Lemon juice and honey is one of the easiest combinations to use for dry skin. It can not only moisturize your skin but also cleanse it, tone it, and lighten it. Lemon extracts can fight lipid peroxidation and skin tissue damage (42).
Caution: Do not use this remedy more than once a week as it may dry out your skin further. Also, never use lemon alone on your skin. Always add honey and other natural moisturizing agents along with it.
Eggs are excellent sources of protein. Egg yolk contains vitamins A, D, B, and E, along with a healthy amount of rich fats (45). These components can improve the overall health of your skin and eliminate dryness. Eggs can also help increase collagen production in the skin and reduce wrinkle formation (46).
Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) can exfoliate the dead cells, absorbs toxins, and leave behind smooth and shiny skin (47). A study showed that bathing in magnesium salts could help enhance skin hydration and reduce skin roughness and skin redness. These salts help to bind water in the epidermal layers (48).
Ginger contains 6-shogaol and 6-gingerol, which can help alleviate itching and inflammation and protect the skin from free radicals (50), (51). These properties can help treat the underlying causes, dullness, and dryness. Honey is the moisturizing component of this face pack.
Yogurt contains lactic acid that exfoliates your skin and is considered to be an excellent moisturizer (52). Studies showed that yogurt masks improved the moisture and elasticity of the treated skin (53). The sugar removes any flakiness, while the honey hydrates your skin.
The mild grainy texture of gram flour might help cleanse your skin and remove all the impurities. It may also help restore the natural radiance of the skin and counter dryness. Milk cream and honey have nourishing properties.
Oatmeal is one of the most effective home remedies for dry skin on the face. It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help you deal with the symptoms of dry skin, like itching (58). Its moisturizing properties can heal dry patches and visible cracks (59).
Sandalwood is popularly known as chandan in the Indian subcontinent. It has been used in different forms (powder, paste, or oil) to tackle various skin issues f