clinical strength moisturizer such as Vaseline Clinical Care Extremely Dry Skin Rescue Healing Moisture Lotion can help curb the irritation and itch that comes with our favorite winter wear.
2. Be Wary of Your Favorite Shower Tool
A second unknown culprit adding to your dry skin issues this season is your shower tool. Everyone seems to be obsessed with various forms of exfoliation, but body exfoliation using loofahs and scrubs can be harmful to your skin when it’s already feeling sensitive during wintertime – put away the loofah and use a very gentle washcloth or even your hand is enough.
You’ll notice less redness and reduce itch by turning down the water temperature, putting away the abrasive tools and even opting for a body cleanser with a chemical exfoliant, like glycolic acid or salicylic acid.
3. Exposed Body Parts in the Winter
We keep our feet warm, use scarves and hats, but often leave a