Dry Skin (Patient Counselling Guide)
16 Dec 2016
Dry Skin or xerosis is a condition that results in scaling or flaking of dead skin cells that are often rough and moderately itchy. The condition occurs mainly in the lower legs, arms, flanks (sides of the abdomen), and thighs. Dry skin may result from aging, as the skin tends to lose moisture with age. Other factors that contribute to the development of dry skin include prolonged bathing or showering with hot water, too much use of soap and low humidity.
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