Written by Jessica Wright (last updated December 28, 2020)
Many things can contribute to having xeroderma (dry skin). Some of the things that contribute to having dry skin are the weather changing, seasonal changes, if we change our diet, and how much water we drink even traveling. Any of these (or all of these) can contribute to having dry skin.
Is your skin itchy? Do you feel like your skin is burning and it's red or is it chaffing? These are all symptoms of having xeroderma. Just applying more lotion doesn't solve the problem. It requires some diligence on your part along with a good skin care regiment. There are some simple steps that you can do to help re-hydrate your skin.
If you are still having patches of dry skin, try applying either a skin balm or petroleum jelly to help sooth out the small patches of dry skin.
Unfortunately, if you have tried all of the above steps and your dry skin is still there you will want to seek the advice of a dermatologist. When dry skin is severe and persistent it can be a sign of a more serious medical problem.
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