Quite common, the dry skin, although not a serious problem, just taking one aspect of healthy, youthful skin, so much so that, in General, older people have a much greater tendency to have dry skin, since the natural oils and lubricants production tends to decrease with age, and the dry skin is characterized precisely by the lack of water in epidermis , the most superficial layer of the skin.
Those suffering with dry skin usually realize this problem in areas such as hands, arms and lower legs. It takes a redoubled care with some factors, ranging from the humidity of the air, to using very hot water in baths, although up to high temperatures or very cold end up interfering in the natural moisture of the skin.
Causes of dry skin
The causes may be various, and often are linked to the place where the person lives and their daily habits.
The climate – the skin, generally, is drier during winter, since at that time the levels of humidity and temperature fall.
Hot baths – they are a crime for those who have the dry skin.
Pool – when it stays too long in the water, since the pools typically have chlorine.
Harsh Soaps, some shampoos, deodorants and antibacterial as well as detergents – end up drying out the skin.
Air conditioning- it dries too much skin, seek leave, as you can’t live without it, seek leave pots or buckets with water in the environment.
Sun- Needless to say that the Sun’s rays cause the skin in addition to drying the skin, ultraviolet rays penetrate deeply, causing wrinkles and sagging.
However, in addition to external factors, some other factors can leave skin dry, such as:
- Rough skin
- Metabolic changes
- Hormonal factors, such as when menopause occurs, hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
- Dermatitis (eczema)
- Medications such as diuretics
Symptoms of dry skin
Despite the dry skin caused by problems since health -related to day to day habits, it may display the following symptoms:
- Stripping and cracks in the skin, which can be mild, moderate or severe
- The skin looks like hardened, especially after bathing or swimming
- Fine lines or “broken”
- Deep cracks that may bleed
How to treat dry skin
Fortunately, most of the time, the dry skin can be treated with moisturizing creams that contain lactic acid and/or urea, and in more serious cases, such as Dermatitis, psoriasis, among others, the dermatologist may indicate special creams and, sometimes, manipulation.
How to prevent dry skin
In most cases, you can prevent the problem, avoiding dry soaps, that irritate the skin, and using good moisturizers, which must be chosen according to each skin type, the region be applied and lifestyle. A tip is to choose, always, for creams with urea.
THE TIME TO FIND A DERMATOLOGIST
Although, for the most part, the dry skin can be resolved with homemade care for the skin, with a daily hydration, avoiding certain products and habits, it is not always that care enough, in the case of dryness on skin be too severe or chronic, none of that resolve, for example, if the dry skin is accompanied by redness, or dryness and itching are interfering with sleep quality , or if you are even causing sores, infections or scars of both “poke” the skin, so it’s time to seek the help of a professional, being necessary to the assessment of a dermatologist to identify the presence of other problems and power, just so, to treat them, or display products to decrease the discomfort of dry skin, according to each case.
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