啊，冬天。 ’Tis the season for dry skin, along with potential complications, including itching, flaking, cracking, bleeding,酒渣鼻（红肿和炎症）和湿疹发作。 There are several reasons for this. First, the air outdoors is drier, because low temperatures cause water molecules to condense into ice or snow rather than remain in the atmosphere. Indoor air tends to be parched as well, an effect of heating systems. Seniors need to take extra care, since cumulative sun damage and slower production of natural oils put them at greater risk of dryness. Happily, there’s plenty you can do to reduce winter’s toll on your skin.
首先，调整你的沐浴程序。 Piping hot water may feel good, but that’s a sure way to strip away your skin’s natural oils. Use warm water instead, keep your baths or showers short, and apply a generous amount of moisturizer after you dry off. Thick, oily products are especially effective at fighting winter moisture loss, “but don’t despair if you can’t tolerate those due to pore clogging or shininess,” says Dr. Bav Shergill, a consultant dermatologist and spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation. “Even a light moisturizer will give you some protection.”
当涉及到你的手，用肥皂经常清洗是预防流感等感染至关重要，但它会导致干。 So after you clean them, apply hand cream. If that doesn’t help enough, try a dab of petroleum jelly before bed; you can put on cotton gloves to keep it in place overnight. Wearing mittens or gloves outdoors also reduces damage, since exposure to the frigid air further harms skin.
如果你容易冬季痒（这正是这听起来像），避免潜在的刺激性面料如羊毛或合成纤维直接接触。 “The best approach is to wear several thin layers,” says Shergill. “The one next to the skin could be cotton or a cotton/silk blend, both of which appear to be well tolerated by most people.” Layering lets you adapt to various temperatures during the day, keeping you toasty while avoiding excessive sweating that could trigger itching and scratching in already-irritated skin
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