Dry skin

Dry skin on hands on feet

Skin on hands and feet is naturally drier than on other parts of the body. Feet and hands skin don’t have sebaceous glands, but they have a lot of sweat glands instead. Nevertheless, sometimes sweat, excreted from sweat glands, is not enough to keep the moisture of the skin.

Dry skin of hands and feet
Dry skin of hands and feet

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Facial skin dryness
Facial skin dryness

Dry skin can appear on any part of the body: on the legs, arms or neck. However, no one wants to have dry and irritable skin on their face. To deal with dry and flaky skin on the face, can be the hardest thing, since we can‘t use makeup to cover it. Makeup can even aggravate this problem.

Flaking skin
Flaking skin

Flaking skin is a frequently appearing skin condition, manifesting in scaling of stratum corneum cells. Flaky skin is an intractable and a long-term disease. Skin plates fall down on clothes and makes a patient feel emotionally and socially uncomfortable, although skin flaking is not dangerous to human’s life and not heritable.