April 17, 2009, Newsletter Issue #144: Number of Outside Factors Cause Dry Skin

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A number of contributing factors can act as causes of dry skin. They include:

Dehydration: This can happen when you are either not drinking enough water or consuming too many sugary, caffeinated products, such as coffee or soda.

Allergens: If you are prone to allergies, certain times of the year can cause your skin to be dry and tight. Allergy medications can contribute to dry skin as well.

Weather: Cold weather dries out skin, making it uncomfortable and sometimes cracked. This is the most important time of the year to make sure you are using a good, deep moisturizing lotion on your face and body.

Irritants: These can include perfumes, laundry detergent and chemicals in your beauty and skin care products that irritate the skin and cause overall dryness.

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