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What causes dry skin? Does aging contribute to dry skin?

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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Orthopedic Surgery
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The most cases of dry skin are caused by environmental exposures, certain diseases also can significantly alter the function and appearance of your skin.
1-weather. 2-central heating and air conditioning. 3-hot baths and showers. 4-harsh soaps and detergents. 5-sun exposure. 6-atopic dermatitis. 7-psoriasis. 8-thyroid disorders. 9- aging.

In brief: Let me explain

The most cases of dry skin are caused by environmental exposures, certain diseases also can significantly alter the function and appearance of your skin.
1-weather. 2-central heating and air conditioning. 3-hot baths and showers. 4-harsh soaps and detergents. 5-sun exposure. 6-atopic dermatitis. 7-psoriasis. 8-thyroid disorders. 9- aging.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Dr. Boris Aronzon
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Dry skin

Ambient air, sun exposure, cold exposure, genetics, age, gender, physical activity, medications taken, hormonal background all can contribute to appearance of your skin.

In brief: Dry skin

Ambient air, sun exposure, cold exposure, genetics, age, gender, physical activity, medications taken, hormonal background all can contribute to appearance of your skin.
Dr. Boris Aronzon
Dr. Boris Aronzon
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Dr. Tom Harrington
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Dry skin

Definately--the aging process is not good on the skin.
It will always be worse in the winter as well. Apply moisturizers as much as you can esp after washing and bathing. Ie lubriderm, eucerin would be good choices.

In brief: Dry skin

Definately--the aging process is not good on the skin.
It will always be worse in the winter as well. Apply moisturizers as much as you can esp after washing and bathing. Ie lubriderm, eucerin would be good choices.
Dr. Tom Harrington
Dr. Tom Harrington
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