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Health Skincare


How to manage dry


summer skin


If you have dry skin or eczema, you might feel self-conscious about your skin. Here’s what you should know to keep your skin soft and supple


In the summer months you want to enjoy the nice weather. But for people with eczema or dry skin, the warmer summer climate can sometimes come with challenges. While some with eczema find


their condition improves with exposure to sunlight, according to the National Eczema Society others experience a worsening of their condition. Some types of eczema can even be directly caused or made worse by sun exposure – the term for this rare type of eczema is photosensitive eczema. Certain medicines can also make


your skin more sensitive to sunlight. So if you develop eczema or your condition becomes much worse after going in the sun, ask your GP if any


8 All About health


medicines you may be taking could be causing the problem. Your local Careway pharmacist can also help you find out whether or not a medicine could be affecting your skin.


Eczema vs dry skin How can you tell if you have dry skin or eczema?


Dry skin This can feel tight and uncomfortable, especially after cleansing. Your skin may look dull and feel dry and flaky, and you may also have red patches. This happens because dry skin produces lower levels of oils – or sebum – than normal or oily skin, leading to dryness and other symptoms such as itchiness and roughness.


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