Dry Skin Conditions
The term “dry skin” can refer to a variety of conditions—itchy, chapped skin, embarrassing rough patches, painful deep cracks in the heels of the feet, and most everything else in between. Despite its broad effects, the causes can be fairly similar: aging, changes in the weather, dry indoor heating or air conditioning, and harsh soaps or detergents are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to identifying sources of dry skin conditions.
While some skin issues are incurable (e.g., keratosis pilaris), there are effective dry skin treatments that can help manage, or condition, your skin for the kind of relief you never thought possible. Let’s look at three of the most common conditions.
The most common complaint also happens to be one of the easiest issues to resolve with an alpha-hydroxy therapy moisturizer like AmLactin® Moisturizing Body Lotion.
Though you’ll never find a secret fountain of youth, you can still discover a way to help manage the effects of dry aging skin with AmLactin® alpha-hydroxy skin care moisturizers.
Dry, calloused feet can be caused by age, weather, the environment, harsh soaps, and certain medical conditions such as diabetes. The patented ULTRAPLEX® in AmLactin® Foot Cream can help.
A common condition that creates unsightly flesh-colored or red bumps around hair follicles. While there’s no cure at the moment, managing the dry skin associated with KP is possible.