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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.

So, if your skin begins to lose moisture and dryness, it becomes more sensitive than ever before, do not delay! Follow our advices to make itching and dry skin go away for good.

First of all, if you do not start to treat your dry face skin on time, it can progress to become: Scaly, Chapped, Very tight and Itchy. So, if your skin has reached any of this stage it is possible that dryness will develop skin aging and wrinkle formation.

Dry facial skin diseases

  • Atopic Dermatitis – is a type of chronic eczematous skin disease that is based on dry skin and scaly patches. Mostly, this disease can be genetically determined and inherited.
  • Psoriasis - is a chronic skin condition that provokes persistent red and dry patched on the face. This illness usually affects eyebrows, upper forehead, hairline, nose and upper lip. Mostly, Psoriasis appears because of weak immune system or also because of genetics.
  • Ichthyosis – is a skin disorder characterized by dry skin that to all genders and races people. Usually ichthyosis appears from the very birth, it is passed from parent to child. This certain disease can be also called ''fish scale disease'' because during this illness the face skin looks like a fish's scales.

Eczema - is a skin disease that causes redness, vesicles, weeping, redness, itching, crusting and also pigmentation. It usually appears to children who parents has had eczema or any other atopic disease. Moreover, there are many different types of eczema: Allergic contact eczema – an itchy and red skin condition caused by some allergen. For instance allergic skin reaction to material. Seborrheic eczema – is a skin disease that usually appears on scalp or face. Seborrheic eczema can be usually noticed if the skin becomes red, itchy, dry and flaky and, etc.

Acne – in the other words - Acne Vulgaris. It is a skin disease that occurs during puberty when the sebaceous glands come to life. Acne is usually caused by androgen (a type of hormone). This face disease cause pimples that needs to be healed. However, various medications for acne makes skin dry and it leads to other face diseases.

Rosacea – is a chronic skin disease that provokes small and red pus-filled bumps on the face skin. Rosacea is associated with face redness and flushing that mostly appears in the center of the face. Moreover this disease causes dry, scaly, and rough skin.

What else can cause skin dryness?

  • Metabolic conditions. For instance kidney diseases and diabetes mellitus
  • Various acne medications
  • Moisturizers that contain alcohol and etc.

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Tips for dry skin:

  • Use warm water instead of hot. (Hot water can definitely make any skin to dry out faster however warm water does inverse effect. It relaxes face pores, making the face feel humid and soft. So, to wash your face properly, wet a washcloth only with warm water and slowly clean your face with rotary movements. Finally, pat your face with clean and soft tower.
  • Use only gentle face cleansers. (The most important is to find a cleanser that would be suitable for your face. Do not use body soaps, which contain ingredients, that dries the skin of the face and are too harsh. Also, forget about moisturizers that contain alcohol. Carefully read the ingredients that specific face cream contains. If you see sulfates or any type of alcohol in it, do not use it! Since it will make your face dry faster. Instead use natural moisturizers made from natural oils and lanolin.
  • Moisturize your face in the morning. (Moisturizing in the morning can protect your face from pollutants, dry or hot air, dirt and everything that can dry out your skin.) If you have already tried everything: eco creams, lotions oils and you take a good care of your skin, but the problem still doesn‘t go away, then you must see a dermatologist. Your skin needs to be evaluated by a doctor, who will prescribe needed medications.