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How to treat my severe dry skin with Grerivian solution & Alternative Home remedies D.I.Y. People who have dry skin can often get skin irritations like skin roughness, skin dryness & skin patches

People who have dry skin can often get skin irritations like skin roughness, skin dryness & skin patches which often itches. , especially when using a chemical agent or lightening & brightening products. Over the counter, moisturizers may be all you need to treat it. so you're advised to use moisturizers frequently as Grerivian always advise clients with dry skin, since Grerivian professional body moisturizer, firmer & body butter is still under production & not release for sale, we recommend strongly Grerivian Caramella glowing essence & Clinique Deep comfort body butter or get cheaper ones at a pharmaceutical store such as JERGENS, AVEENO & DOVE. If those treatments aren’t enough, contact your doctor.

What Causes Dry Skin?
Dry skin is an uncomfortable skin condition marked by scaling, itching, and cracking. Even if your skin tends to be oily for some people, they can develop dry skin from time to time, meaning you might have naturally dry skin.
Also, Dry skin can develop on any part of your body. It’s most likely to affect your hands, arms, legs, and areas of friction such as ankles and soles.
As skin dryness becomes more severe, cracks, irritation, and fissures may evolve. In many cases, lifestyle changes and

Types of dry skin
Exposure to dry weather conditions, hot water, and certain chemicals or products can cause your skin to dry out, Dry skin can also result from underlying medical conditions.
Dermatitis is the medical term for an extremely dry skin. Contact dermatitis develops when your skin reacts to something it touches, causing localized inflammation. There are several different types of dermatitis, includes irritant contact, allergic contact, seborrheic, atopic.

Irritant contact dermatitis can occur when your skin is exposed to an irritating chemical agent or skin products, such as bleach & skin lightening/brightening cream.

Allergic contact dermatitis can develop when your skin is exposed to a substance you’re allergic to, such as nickel.

Seborrheic dermatitis occurs when your skin produces too much oil. It results in a red and scaly rash, usually on your scalp. This type of dermatitis is common in infants.

Atopic dermatitis is also known as eczema. It’s a chronic skin condition that causes dry scaly patches to appear on your skin. It’s common for young children.

Risk factors for dry skin
Dry skin can affect anyone. But some risk factors raise your chances of developing dry skin, including:

Age: Older adults are more likely to develop dry skin. As you age, your pores naturally produce less oil, raising your risk of dry skin.
Medical history: You’re more likely to experience eczema or allergic contact dermatitis if you have a history of these conditions or other allergic diseases in your family.

Season: Dry skin is more common during the fall and winter months (For west Africans it during harmattan season), when humidity levels are relatively low. In the summer, higher levels of humidity help stop your skin from drying out.

Bathing habits: Taking frequent baths, or washing with very hot water, raises your risk of dry skin.

Treatment for dry skin

The best treatment for dry skin is daily lubrication with an emollient (Drink 64 ounces of water every day). Often, dry skin can be improved by applying a bland over-the-counter moisturizer. Once other causes of dry skin have been ruled out, the main goals of treatments are to stop the itching, prevent loss of water and restore skin hydration.
Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily, use a very good moisturizer. ointments, creams, or lotions to treat your symptoms. We recommend Grerivian Caramella glowing essence & Clinique Deep comfort body butter or get a cheaper one such as JERGENSAVEENO & DOVE.

Lifestyle / Home remedies D.I.Y
Simple lifestyle/home remedies that can help prevent and relieve dry skin.

*Avoid using hot water to bath or shower
*Keep your shower time to less than 10 minutes
*Use a moisturizing soap when you bathe or shower like Dove Dry Oil Moisture Body Wash
*Apply moisturizer immediately after bathing or showering
*Avoid itching or scrubbing dry skin patches
*Use a humidifier in your home
*Drink plenty of water

It’s also important to choose the right kind of moisturizer for your skin type. If your skin is extremely dry, look for a petrolatum-based product.
You might consider switching to water-based lotion during the summer months if your skin becomes less dry then. Lotions that contain grape seed oil and antioxidants can also help trap water in your skin.

If you experience occasional dry skin, you can likely prevent and treat it using simple lifestyle changes and over-the-counter moisturizers. If you develop severe dry skin, make an appointment with your doctor. If left untreated, dermatitis can get worse. Early treatment will help you to feel comfortable sooner. It will also lower your risk of complications, such as open wounds from scratching and skin infections.

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