Although more common in older people, dry skin can occur at all ages.[Dry Skin Care]
Often it not only affects the face but also various other parts of the body, from hands to legs.
For those that live in cold climates this condition will be a common problem as the cold air dries out the skin quicker than anything else.
If your dry skin has appeared after a recent holiday in the sun chances are that the UV rays are the cause.
Always use a sun block or cream when out in the hot weather and after a long day sunbathing soothe the skin by applying after sun.
For most people that suffer from dry skin, the problem will take much longer to solve and often only the regular use of cream will keep the condition at bay. In this case, the key is to find the best skin care products to ease your symptoms and incorporate them into a strict daily skincare routine.
This will likely involve certain lotions for certain areas of dryness, as it is unlikely that a brand that works well on the hands will be beneficial for the face.
The various products available for people that suffer from dry skin will take up many shelves at your local pharmacy. If you are unsure take advice from the assistant or listen to a friend’s recommendation, also most creams have very informative packaging.
Always give the chosen product a chance, nothing will magically work overnight. If you want to go for an alternative treatment, take time to research particularly on the internet. This is a centuries old problem so the solution is out there somewhere.