I used about a dropper or two per leg and rubbed it in like lotion. I didn't feel oily or greasy afterward, just relieved. Since then I have used it on my hands, legs, and any other dry spots I get in place of lotion. Shout out to one of our group members who suggested adding the body oil to lotion - that sounds like a great idea too!
A couple other small additions I've made to combat dry skin is a Mother Mother balm bar, especially on my belly and other stretch mark prone spots. I like doing this right after the shower... Sometimes the balm is a little girl but I think the steam fr the shower softens it a bit and makes it easier to apply. I've also adjust my skin care routine (you can read about it here) and am using the Pantry Night Cream every night now instead of once or twice a week since my face has been incredibly dry.
An honorable mention is Walton Wood Farms "Week from Hell Hand Rescue." Bri currently has it available as a sample with orders, but I need everyone to rally together and convince her to carry the full size. It smells dreamy and makes my hands silky smooth.
Finally, my biggest tip to fight dry skin is to shower less. This especially includes washing your hair and shaving. I definitely still wash up everyday, but I've noticed a dramatic decrease in my dry skin when I started showering 2-3 times a week. When I do shower I make sure to use a gentle soap and the upfront shampoo & conditioner. With upfront I can skip washing several days which decreases dry hair and dry itchy scalp for me.
PanBam has a wide range of personal care items that can help you combat dry winter skin. If you're interested in any of my favorites that I mentioned use code NIKKI at checkout for a discount!