You know the old adage: “Be clean in the dark”.
A lot of people will tell you they’re tired, tired of feeling dirty, tired, and they’re all guilty of “dirty skin”.
If you’re like me, you’ll know the term’s not quite right.
While there’s no one right way to wear a dry skin patch, there are some general guidelines that can help you make the right choice.1.
Use a lot of conditioner2.
Don’t go overboard3.
Don�t forget your eyes and nose4.
You should wear a mask if you’re prone to allergies and you’ve had surgery5.
Avoid over-emphasising your dry patches6.
If you can, go for a natural look with a clean, dark skin tone.7.
Wear your dry patch on the outside to avoid scratching it off the skin in the middle.
This will help you keep the moisture in, keeping your skin healthy.8.
Use your dry tag on the inside to help keep the patch on you.
If your dry area is too big, it may be too dry and you might need to dry it off.9.
You can also wear a simple, natural cotton shirt or a long-sleeve shirt to cover your dry areas.10.
Avoid wearing a face mask or covering your eyes with your hand.
If they’re covered, your eyes will burn, and you’ll be more likely to get a rash.11.
Keep a dry towel handy.
Use this handy towel to wipe down your face, hands, and neck, or to dry the inside of a cotton ball to help prevent a rash on your face.12.
Use dry fabric to wrap around your dry spots and keep them covered.
Use some sort of fabric to keep your clothes dry and dry in the winter, or use an over-the-counter product like Dermacolor or Nivea for a super-dry look.13.
Avoid washing your hands with soap.
You’ll be able to feel it, but it will leave a greasy residue that can make your skin more prone to itching and rashes.14.
Avoid having your hair wet with soapy water.
This can leave residue and lead to hair loss.