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Dry Skin Treatment

Dry skin can sometimes become uncomfortable and rather unattractive, creating fine lines and wrinkles.

Certain serious dry skin conditions such as ichthyosis can sometimes be disfiguring, causing tremendous psychological discomfort. However, dry skin usually results from environmental factors that can be entirely or partially controlled. Chronic dry skin problems would require evaluation by a dermatologist.

Symptoms:
  • Feeling skin tightness, particularly after bathing or swimming
  • Skin that often appears shrunken or dehydrated
  • Skin that feels and appears rough
  • Intense itching
  • Slight to severe flaking, scaling or peeling
  • Fine lines or cracks
  • Redness
  • Deep fissures
Causes:

Some of the prominent causes of dry skin include:

  • Weather: Your skin is often driest in winter, when temperatures and humidity levels tend to drop
  • Central air and heating, wood-burning stoves, space heaters, and fireplaces
  • Frequent showering or bathing or frequent swimming
  • Harsh soaps and detergents
  • Constant exposure to sunlight
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Psoriasis
  • Hypothyroidism
Treatment:

Some of the tips for treatment of dry skin include:

  • Use moisturizers daily
  • Avoid long, hot showers and baths
  • Use a good over-the-counter cream that contains lactic acid or lactic acid and urea
  • To counter severe skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis, ichthyosis or psoriasis, it is recommended that you use prescription creams and ointments or other treatments.
  • Hydrocortisone-containing lotions can help to dermatitis
  • Use warm water for bathing and limit bath time to about 15 minutes or less
  • Do not use harsh soaps. Choose mild soaps that contain added oils and fats, such as Neutrogena, Basis or Dove.
  • Avoid harsh deodorant and antibacterial detergents
  • Use a humidifier to add moisture to the air within your home.
  • Choose fabrics such as cotton and silk that are kind to your skin