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Posted by Dana Sparks (@danasparks) · Tue, Jan 7 at 3:12pm EST

Keep Your Skin Moist and Healthy this Winter

Heel of foot with dry cracked skin

 

In general, your skin is driest in winter, when temperatures and humidity levels plummet. Winter conditions also tend to make many existing skin conditions worse. But the reverse may be true if you live in desert regions, where temperatures can soar but humidity levels remain low.

Read more about dry skin and how to keep it moist and healthy.



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