Regardless of how much water you drink, the skin is the most dehydrated and fragile in winter, due to the low temperature outside, pleasant indoor heaters and relatively low humidity.
Your skin looks boring
The natural accumulation of old, dead cells on the surface of the skin can increase the roughness and texture and reduce the reflections of light from the skin, leading to loss of glow. Exfoliation once or twice a week may be important (but scrub too much or too often, and the skin may be red, rough, irritated, and even scratched or wounded).
Elbows, hands, legs or knees became rough or ash
These areas can be improved by moisturizing petals such as AmLactin Lotion, CeraVe Cream for rough and bumpy skin or Gold Bond Rough & Bumpy Daily Therapy Cream. A dermatologist can help you determine if the cause of the roughness can be psoriasis, eczema or keratosis.
Christmas stress and less than a perfect diet can contribute to the growth of imperfections
More and more people are turning to tea tree oil, which can help acne a bit – although this ingredient can cause skin allergies. When the drugs used in the pharmacy are not sufficient or scars are formed, the dermatologist can adjust the recommended skin dose schedule.
You’ll be scared like crazy
There are dozens of potential causes of itchy skin – and if it is persistent or disturbing sleep, it’s time for a dermatological consultation. But for now, gently cleanse the skin, moisturize it, and after a moment of desperate itching reach for an ice pack or a menthol balm, such as Sarna Lotion or Gold Bond Anti-Itch Lotion, which you keep in the fridge. Cooling works soothingly and disperses the nerves.