Dry & Sensitive Skin

Dry Skin

It is very important to treat dry skin in order to prevent your skin from losing its natural beauty and to maintain good skin health. It is common for people to havetheir appearance and skin health affected by dry skin.

The face, hands, arms, lower legs, sides of the abdomen, elbows and heels are the most common areas where dry skin occurs. The symptoms of dry skin include a rough, dry texture, a scaly appearance, flaking, scaling and/or peeling. It is also characterized by toughened, calloused skin areas, cracks, or deep cuts that may bleed.  Dry skin symptoms can be as subtle as a dull appearance to the skin or skin that feels and looks tight after showering or swimming.

If you  experience what you believe is a dry skin problem, it is important to get a proper evaluation and treatment plan by a dermatologist.

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is a condition difficult to define. Sensitivities to sun, wind, and even temperature changes are signs of sensitive skin. People who experience skin reactions from minor exposure to any kind of irritant or substance have sensitive skin. If your skin is easily irritated and you experience reactions ranging from mild to severe,  you likely have sensitive skin.

People often believe the problem is skin care routines, but that is untrue. You can engage in an excellent skin care regimen and still suffer from sensitive skin. Some people who are considered to have sensitive skin are prone to broken capillaries and blood vessels that are noticeable under the skin surface.

Skin reactions  such as rashes or red patches from exposure to cosmetics, perfumes and skin care products are common signs as well.

Stop guessing if you have sensitive skin. If you think you have sensitive skin, you should have your skin examined and analyzed so your skin type is properly diagnosed and you can follow the proper treatment plan.