How to Cure Dry Skin

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Having dry skin is very annoying. It has a low level of sebum and can be prone to sensitivity. Dryness is exacerbated by wind, extremes of temperature and air-conditioning, all of which cause the skin to flake, chap and feel tight. It looks dull, especially on the cheeks and around the eyes.

Dry skin is caused by some factors below

a. The oil glands do not supply enough lubrication to the skin. As a result, the skin becomes dehydrated.

b. Nutritional deficiencies, especially deficiencies of vitamin A and vitamin B, they can also contribute to dry skin.

c. Skin gets exposed to the elements especially in winter.

d. Environmental factors such as exposure to sun, wind, cold, chemicals, cosmetics, or excessive bathing with harsh soaps.

e. It could be due to a genetic condition.

f. Certain drugs, including diuretics, antispasmodics, and antihistamines, can contribute to dry skin.

Here are some methods that you can try to cure dry skin

a. Don't ever use hot water to wash your face, Use mineral water to freshen your face.

b. Avoid to use commercial soap to wash your face because it can remove natural oils protecting the skin. Use non detergent, neutral-pH products to clean your skin.

c. Once a week, use a facial mask to clarify the skin and remove dull, dry surface skin cells.

d. Increase your consumption of water and essential fatty acids.

e. Avoid smoke and alcohol.

f. Take vitamin E orally.

g. Drink at least eight glasses of water a day to keep your skin well hydrated, eat a high-quality diet rich in fruits and vegetables, and limit sun exposure.

If needed, consult to an allergist to find out if an allergic reaction might be causing your dry skin.

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