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How to deal with dry skin molting

DailyBird Cosmetology 2021-09-30 4 0

the climate is dry in winter, and some people's skin will molt, so how to deal with it?

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the climate is dry in the current season, and the problem of dandruff that is not obvious in summer is highlighted: generally, it is easier to remove dandruff on the outside of the limbs, especially the lower limbs.

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netizens asked:

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although my skin is not very good all year round, in autumn, my skin all over my body can't live with me. It's always peeling and annoying! I've used moisturizers, but they don't work! The face is a little better, mainly in the shoulders, arms, waist and legs. Hey, it's too annoying! What should I do?

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, Cissi, answered:

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are dry season and the solar term is not obvious. The problem of dandruff is obvious: it is easier for the outer side of the extremities to be easy to peel off, especially the lower limbs. But if you take off dandruff all over your body (plus your body, face and eyes), you need to go to the hospital.

if the netizen has dry skin, you should also pay attention to the following matters:

1. Use emollients on the body and face every day;

2. Use mild detergent (lipid rich cleansing soap);

3. taboo: bubble bath, use ordinary soap;

4. Avoid skin irritation: mainly wear cotton to avoid wool and irritating synthetic materials;

5. The bath time should not be too long (less than 15 minutes), and the water should not be overheated (32 ~ 35 degrees);

6. Avoid dust mites;

7. Apply skin care products immediately when the skin is slightly dry; You can't completely use too oily skin care products such as glycerides, because without the help of water molecules, the oil is not easy to penetrate and can't meet the skin care requirements;

8. If it is serious enough to require drug treatment, you can choose drugs.

[[editor's recommendation: how to replenish moisture for the skin in winter]]

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