Exfoli8 & moisturize. Exfoliate and moisturize but use protection sunscreen and barriers to cold and wind.
Use moisturizer. Use a good moisturizer like m2 skin recovery moisturizer.
Try. Over the counter Hydrocortisone cream and if that does not work see your doctor for full examination, diagnosis and treatment.
Moisturize. Skin is dried out. Avoid sun for now and use moisturizer with SPF such as neutrogena. If itchy you can add Hydrocortisone for a few days.
See doctor. Since the patches are on your face, it is best to see doctor/dermatologist to get proper cream./med.
Exfoliate + Moisture. The simplest way to improve flaking skin is by using an exfoliant, either physical (microbeads) or chemical (lactic or glycolic acid). You can do a chemical peel, microderm abrasion or laser resurfacing to start and then maintain with 2-3 times a week exfoliation at home and then one of the more aggressive ways every 3-6 months depending on your skin. Also use a good emollient moisturizer.
Moisturizer. Use only unscented soap to wash and apply a good moisturizer immediately after bathing to trap more water in your skin layer.
Moisturizer. Excess water exposure removes the fatty parts of the skin. So each time you wash your face or hands, put a simple moisturizer; avoid fragrances and add-ons, many people get reactions to them.
I have burns on my face from using clorox bleach it makes my skin looks old in dry please tell mee what can I do to get rid of the burns and dry skin?
What did you do? . Why did you put bleach in your face. I think you could try a skin peel. You will need to see your doctor and go from there.
Cradle cap. Seborrhea of the scalp (cradle cap) is very common in infants. Treatment is low-tech and pretty easy actually. Drizzle a small amount of baby oil (or olive oil) onto the baby's scalp then massage it in with the baby's soft hairbrush. Let that sit for about 20 minutes or so, then gently wash the baby's hair. Usually doing this a few times will clear the problem up completely.