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How do you soothe your dry skin in winter?

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I use regular moisturizer.

66%

I use body oil.

9%

I use a heavy cream.

11%

I use petroleum jelly or ointment.

14%

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Dry Skin in the Bath

To soothe dry skin:

  1. Keep the water lukewarm, not hot.
  2. Take short baths or showers - 5 to 10 minutes.
  3. Apply moisturizer right after drying off.

Dermatologists recommend heavier creams or ointments in winter, and lighter lotions in summer.

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