Some of us have to live with dry skin and acne scars.
Other of us need to get out and experience it.
And a growing number of people need to know what to do to get their skin into a state of condition.
“I think it’s really important for people to be able to talk about what they are experiencing, so that people can get the best possible care, and that it’s not just for cosmetic reasons,” says Dr. Julie Drennan, a dermatologist at the University of Manitoba and a dermatology professor at the Canadian College of Rheumatology.
“If you are going to have a dermatological problem, it’s important to be informed about what’s going on.”‘
You’ve got to be patient’The best way to prevent skin cancer and wrinkles is to get enough rest, she says.
But when it comes to dry skin?
The answer is usually no.
“The way to tell if your skin is going to get dry is if it feels like you’re getting a headache,” says Drenna.
“And the way to feel like you’ve got a headache is if you are feeling irritated.
That’s the first sign.”
Dr. Drennah says you might think that the dryness you’re feeling is the result of the sun, but the truth is it could be caused by any number of factors.
“There are a lot of different factors that can be at play that cause dry skin,” she says, and she suggests that if you feel like the feeling of a headache isn’t getting better, it may be because you are trying to control other things in your life.
“You have to be very patient,” she adds.
“You have got to keep working hard to make sure that your skin isn’t becoming dry.”
And what are the things you can do to help prevent dry skin in the first place?
Take a break from all those moisturizers, and stop all the makeup.
“Some people really like their makeup to look healthy,” says Rene.
“It helps to take a break and see how the skin feels.”