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4runnerrea

893d

Does anyone else deal with super dry skin?? If so, whats the best way to keep it moist throughout the day?

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    • em03

      886d

      i'm obsessive with lotion, i always have a small container with me. it's mostly my hands and neck that feel dry.

    • em03

      886d

      i'm obsessive with lotion, i always have a small container with me. it's mostly my hands and neck that feel dry.

    • robinanderson30

      890d

      I keep lotion at my desk at work and I am constantly using it. Hempz lotion is so amazing! I highly recommend Pep O Mint! It smells amazing and feels so good!

    • Tenny820

      891d

      My dermatologist told me to avoid using scented lotions or oils. Use thicker lotions that lock in moisture, not water based. I'm currently using CeraVe healing ointment. It's a thick lotion that prevents water from easily escaping your limbs. I use it every day and I can tell you that it definitely makes my skin less itchy. Also avoid hot baths and showers.

    • Avaria

      891d

      Try a humidifier in your room too! If you live in a dry climate!

    • ashbr00ke

      892d

      Lotion right out of the shower after drying off, I do it every day :) Vaseline brand is my favorite

    • SydneyT

      893d

      I use a tone of Eucerin and I have heard that taking cod oil really helps.

    • lily234

      893d

      I agree, right out of the shower. I read that taking hot showers causes moisture to leave the skin so you should seal it back in with moisturizer while your skin is still damp. I just tried this recently and I've had massive improvements

    • Edboi0904

      893d

      Aveeno has an amazing oat lotion it is a life saver and they have oat baths which is great for eczema I think it's a tan with a blue label

    • Priestess

      893d

      Right out of the shower dry off a bit and put on a moisturizer and seal it in with either an oil or Vaseline/aquaphor. I swear it’s a lifesaver

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