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    **Lara** Female

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    Default Hi new here

    Hi Guys,
    I am new on this forum website and want to increase knowledge by participating in threads.

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    Welcome Lara to DermaTalk. Feel free to see around and let us know if u have any problems.

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    Hi Lara and welcome!

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    Hello Lara.
    Welcome on dermatalk.com!
    Do you know what seborrheic keratosis is?

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    **Lara** Female

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    Actually my skin is dry in winter season and i use to drink 1-2 litre water per day but still there is no impact on it.

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    Hi Lara. Water certainly will help keep you hydrated, which helps the skin. However, water alone won't be enough to keep skin fully hydrated without the right skin care regimen for dry skin. The best thing for dry skin, is to first exfoliate, in order to remove dead skin cells so your moisturizer penetrates deeper to do its job. This way, you won't get a "quick fix" moisture surge that later has your skin revert back to it's dry state again. In other words, your skin won't just get "short-term" moisture, your skin will stay that way (moisturized).

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    **Lara** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaturallyNubian View Post
    Hi Lara. Water certainly will help keep you hydrated, which helps the skin. However, water alone won't be enough to keep skin fully hydrated without the right skin care regimen for dry skin. The best thing for dry skin, is to first exfoliate, in order to remove dead skin cells so your moisturizer penetrates deeper to do its job. This way, you won't get a "quick fix" moisture surge that later has your skin revert back to it's dry state again. In other words, your skin won't just get "short-term" moisture, your skin will stay that way (moisturized).

    Thanks for your kind advice, i was actually looking for it.

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    Hello Lara and welcome to dermatalk. Following on from Tara's advice you could try a natural moisturiser like unrefined shea butter, jojoba oil or coconut oil, just to name a few. Everyone has their favourite, while mine is shea butter. As these are natural products they do not contain anything that dries out the skin. Preparing the skin before use will ensure your skin gets the best benefit from them.

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    Hey! Welcome to the forum. Post something genuine in this forum so that we can learn everything in a much better way.


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