How to prevent severe skin dryness

Dry skin and skin inflammations:

The amount of dryness and its different degrees depend on your age, health, location you live and how long you spend outside your home. However, dry skin can cause the following symptoms.

• Stretch feeling especially after cleansing the face, bathing and swimming

• Itchy feeling on the skin

• Mild to severe scaling

• Skin cracks

• Skin redness

• Bleeding due to severe skin cracks


The causes of dryness also depend on various factors.


  • In the cold seasons of the year, due to the decrease in temperature and humidity, the skin will be exposed to moderate to severe dryness.


  • any type of heating device that leads to a decrease in skin moisture.

Bath with hot water:

  • Bath with hot water and bathing for a long time leads to loss of skin moisture and dryness.

Alkaline detergents and soaps:

  • Strong and alkaline detergents remove natural fats from the skin and result loss of its natural moisture.

Background diseases:

  • Some diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, etc. are associated with different degrees of skin dryness.


In order to reduce any signs of dry skin, use mild cleansers to wash your face as well as your body. Daily use of face and hand moisturizers, as well as body lotion after bathing will restore moisture to the skin.


Dermatitis means skin inflammation, but in general it includes a wide range of diseases. In most people, the early stages are identified by redness, dryness and itching of the skin. In very severe cases, it will be accompanied by scaling, painful cracks and even blisters.

Types of dermatitis

• Contact dermatitis

o Redness and sensitivity caused by the foreign materials.

• Nummular dermatitis

o This condition is characterized by red coin plaques that are mostly seen on the legs, hands, arms and body.

• Atopic dermatitis

o Itching, scaling, swelling and sometimes blistering of the skin are its symptoms. This type of dermatitis usually runs in families and is often associated with allergies, asthma, and stress. Any disturbance in the protective barrier of the skin leads to the loss of skin moisture and facilitating the entry of germs, which can also lead to atopic dermatitis.

• Seborrheic dermatitis

o Seborrheic dermatitis is a yellow or reddish scaly rash with sebum on the scalp, face, or even the genitals. When it occurs on the face, it is usually located in or near the eyebrow, hairline, or along the sides of the nose. Seborrheic dermatitis may be aggravated by stress and on the scalp of adults, it is known as dandruff.