Don’t accept dry, itchy, or flaky skin as a normal part of winter Season.
Manage the factors that cause dry skin, and enjoy healthy skin throughout the Season.
Alleviating winter itch: Thick, emollient moisturizers that come in ointment form typically contain the most oil, which makes them a smart choice for really dry skin. Petroleum jelly is a good example of this type of ointment-style moisturizer. Apply a small amount to your skin and be sure to rub it in well. If you prefer to use a moisturizing cream, look for one that contains petrolatum, mineral oil, or glycerin
Itchy fabrics. Some people have very sensitive skin that will itch with certain fabrics before you put on a potentially irritating piece of clothing you should gently rub the fabric against your cheek to see if it feels scratchy and causes your skin to itch.
Low humidity. The loss of moisture can cause your skin to become dry and itchy. It’s happened when the temperatures fall and so do humidity levels, you need to put moisture back into the air by using a humidifier in the rooms you spend the most time in.
Loss of skin’s natural oils. showering frequently can actually strip your skin of its natural oils. After taking a shower you need immediately to Moisturizers your skins, so just pat your skin partially dry with a towel and apply a moisturizing lotion on your skin.
Happed lips. Your lips will be the first to succumb to cold winter air. Use a lip moisturizer that you like and apply it often.