Dry Skin

Dry Skin

Dry skin (medical term: xerosis) is a common concern for many people, especially those who live in colder, less-humid climates.  However, people who are genetically prone to dry skin may also develop it in hot humid climates as well.  Frequently, dry skin is a seasonal phenomenon.

Dry skin can be associated with scaliness, flakiness, and itchiness.  Areas where dry skin often occurs include face, arms, and legs.   Sometimes dryness can be caused by excessive or misapplication of skin products and cleansers.

Consistent moisturization with the right skincare product is essential to relieving dry skin. However, many skin conditions can mimic dry skin, thereby being unresponsive to simple moisturization.  Therefore, anyone with persistent dry skin needs to be evaluated by a dermatologist to determine whether his/her condition is truly due to dry skin.

Call Wall Street Dermatology today and let us help improve the quality of your skin.

 

Dr. Julia Tzu

Dr. Julia Tzu is a double board certified dermatologist who specializes in Mohs and reconstructive skin surgery, laser surgery, and cosmetic dermatology. She is one very few dermatologists in the world who has devoted additional years of formalized fellowship training in both Mohs surgery as well as dermatopathology, making her amongst the most highly trained and elite dermatologists.

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