A simple thing to do is to avoid very hot showers. Super hot water dries skin very quickly.
Dry skin is the result of having a low skin pH level...the natural skins pH level is anywhere between 4.5 and 6. So if you have dry skin you will have a pH level in your skin of lower than 4.5
I agree that avoiding excessively long hot showers will help prevent dry skin.
Additionally I would recommend using a moisturizing cream that has a pH level in the upper range of the natural pH skin range (so a moisturizer with a pH level from 5.5 and above).
Another product that I can recommend that is 100% natural and a hypoallergenic is emu oil. It is harvested from the Australian native emu and has a number of beneficial properties including acting as an anti-inflammatory and moisturizing agent. Find more information about it here ... http://aboutglycolicacid.com/related-sk … oil-cream/
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