Dry skin

When the skin is deprived of its natural fat sheath, which protects it against harmful external influences, it starts to suffer from withering, which leads to exfoliation, erythema, itching, and other forms of discomfort. Frequently this problem might be as a result of the intake of certain medicines, the environment, the eating habits, or it is simply a result of aging.
If you feel your skin tight, itchy, rough, and red, it is imperative that you start taking care of it. The areas, in which a person feels dryness of the skin in most cases, are the feet, the hands, the back, and the waist. Frequently, the dry skin is also sensitive, which is seen in easier reaction to strong detergents or inappropriate cosmetics. When the lipid layer of the skin is impaired, it is more susceptible to allergic or other reactions, which is a sign of a problem.


  • Apply the moisturizing cream immediately after leaving the shower, while the skin is still a bit wet. The aim is for the cream to “lock” the water in the cells.
  • Select creams, not lotions for the dry skin, because the lotions offer hydration, but not the necessary protection and recovery.
  • Use soft soap with neutral pH.
  • When bathing, use cooler water.
  • Add to your menu more foods with alpha linolenic acid and gamma linolenic acid (Omega 3-6-9), because they will reduce the loss of water at the surface of the skin.
  • Make sure you obtain more vitamins.

When the use of cosmetic products does not help healing the dry skin and it continues to become flaky, rough, and red, seek medical help. Fungus are often confused with dry skin.

Soft Moisturizing Foot Cream