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The Derm-Index : Dry and uncomfortable skin

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All you ever wanted to know about skin and dermatological disorders.

Dry and uncomfortable skin > [9] results
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Video - Dry and uncomfortable skin

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Video - Dry and uncomfortable skin

 
Golden rules > [1] result
 

10 pieces of advice on how to take care of your body skin

Beautiful, healthy skin requires daily care, which will leave it softer, suppler and radiantly beautiful!

 
Focus on... > [3] results
 

Choosing the right moisturizer

You always moisturize the skin on your face?

The cause of dry and sensitive skin: an impaired barrier function

When the skin is dry, it is more sensitive to external aggressors. As a result, it is irritated, feels tight, and becomes really uncomfortable.

Dry body skin

In order to restructure the cutaneous barrier in dry skin, it is essential to effectively replenish moisture.

 
3 questions to an expert > [1] result
 

Intense nourishing treatments, which are particularly essential in winter

Interview with a dermatologist who speaks about treating dry skin, particularly in winter.

 
Testimonials > [1] result
 

“Comfortable skin makes daily life much more comfortable!”

When she was young, Alexandra had dry skin. She still does. Luckily, moisturising creams effectively restore comfort to her skin!

 
True or False ? > [2] results
 

It is normal to experience tight, pulling sensations after a shower

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Dry skin feels tight, especially after a shower and particularly in regions with hard water.  To minimize skin discomfort, we recommend that you use a gentle, soap-free cleanser and shower in lukewarm water.

Tight, pulling sensations are much more frequent during the winter.

TRUE
Our skin tends to become drier during the cold months. As a result, pickling and tight, pulling sensations are more common during the winter. This is why it is important to effectively moisturise our skin when the temperatures are low.  This is particularly true for our hands, which are increasingly exposed to the cold.