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Skin Hydration

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Why Does Skin Lose Hydration?

A loss of the lipids that normally seal in moisture can lead to dry skin. Atopic dermatitis, also called eczema, is a common condition where the skin barrier is more prone to losing its integrity.

Sometimes the things you do — or don’t do — deplete your skin’s water content, including

Spending time in the cold or heat
Using harsh soaps, detergents, and chemicals
Using rough sponges, washcloths, or exfoliating products
Taking long, hot showers or baths
Not drinking enough water

Some medical conditions also lead to dry skin, including

These problems are easy enough to fix. For example, you might drink a few extra glasses of water each day, keep your showers short and lukewarm, or minimize the use of soap, which strips the natural oils away from your skin.

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Poor nutrition

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Thyroid disease

How to Keep Your Skin Hydrated

To improve the look and feel of your skin, you want to attract moisture inside and keep it there. Here are a few ways to do it

Limit your showers to 5 or 10 minutes in lukewarm water.
Use gentle soaps and cosmetics.
Turn on a humidifier during the winter.
Drink extra water throughout the day.

If your skin still looks dry and flaky, apply a moisturizer or hydrating mask.

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