If your skin issues are causing you pain, it’s time to treat them at the source.
Red, flaky, and cracked skin doesn’t only look unsightly, it also feels horrible. If an issue with your face has you feeling pained, it’s time to take action. Relief is at your fingertips with Derma9’s nourishing skincare products.
So, what causes skin irritation? There are many problems that cause skin to crack, become red, and feel sore. Some of the most common are listed below.
Here are some of the things that might be causing your painful skin condition:
- The harsh wind. Nothing says a change in the weather more than an increase in wind. Like the sun, it is very drying to the skin. If you’ve spent time outdoors without extra skin protection and didn’t get a chance to slather on the moisturizer, you may notice that your face looks burned when it isn’t.
- Too much sun. Even in the fall and winter, your skin still requires ample protection. Harmful UVA and UVB rays are present even when it’s no longer warm enough to consider it pool time or beach time. Find a sunscreen that works well for you. You’ll want to opt for an all-natural product that doesn’t further dry out or irritate your skin.
- Not drinking enough water. You need to moisturize your body from the inside out. Make water your beverage of choice every single day. It may be tempting to try something else to get you through the next season. Coffee and tea contain water but also have caffeine in them which can dehydrate your skin.
- Skipping the moisturizer. You’ve never needed extra moisture more than you do during the fall and winter. Take time to gently cleanse and exfoliate your face. That way, you’re not causing more harm than good. Applying a moisturizing product to skin that is red, crusty or inflamed can make it much worse if it is scented or contains harsh chemicals with names that are difficult to pronounce.
Treat your cracked, red, and sore skin naturally. Derma9 products nourish your skin effectively. We address the problem at the source so you feel better quickly.