Winter months mean cold, dry weather that can easily do a number on your hair and skin. We’ve all woken up with ashy legs and static hair and felt like we became dehydrated overnight. Besides leaving your heater on full-blast, other external factors including cold temperatures and low humidity tend to worsen dry skin during the winter season. These conditions strip the protective oils from your skin, allowing moisture to escape and your skin to become dehydrated. While dry skin by itself is not a big deal, it can also lead to itchiness, thick rough patches of skin, painful cracks in your skin, dermatitis, eczema, and at worst -- a bacterial infection.
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**It is important to note, that there is a huge difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin. Dry skin needs oil, dehydrated skin needs water. If you aren’t sure which condition you are suffering from, visit your local esthetician so he or she can determine the best course of action.