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Why do I have dry skin?
There are lots of reasons why you might have dry skin.
Some people have dry skin due to skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and more, but others find that their environment affects their skin.
For example, if you work in a profession where you have to wash or scrub your hand regularly, this can dry out your skin.
Your skin can also become irritated by soaps, detergents, sanitisers, and other cleaning agents.
Other reasons why your skin can become dry or flaky can include hormonal changes and taking long, hot baths or showers.
What is sensitive skin?
Sensitive skin refers to when people have reactions to chemicals, fragrances or dyes in things like skincare products, laundry detergents and cleaning products.
Some people may even experience rashes from wearing certain types of clothing.
Symptoms include redness, dryness and irritation when the skin is exposed to a potential trigger.
What is acne?
Acne is a skin condition that’s especially common in children and young adults.
Acne happens when the glands in the surface of your skin start to produce too much of an oil named sebum, which can clog your follicles, causing spots, whiteheads, blackheads, and more.
Acne can be mild, causing just a few spots and blackheads, but can range all the way to severe acne, which can cause large, painful papules, cysts, and nodules on top of everything else.
Although people think acne is all about breakouts of spots, there are a couple of other symptoms you may experience when you have acne, including oily skin, or skin that’s sore or hot to touch.
What is the difference between eczema and psoriasis?
Eczema causes red, inflamed skin that is usually extremely itchy.
Psoriasis usually causes well-defined patches of redness and the skin is thicker and more inflamed than with eczema, with more of a burning sensation than just an itch.
Eczema usually appears on parts of the body that bend, like the inner elbow, behind the knees, wrists, ankles or on your neck.
Psoriasis often shows up on the palms of your hands, your elbows, knees, scalp, face, lower back or on the soles of the feet.