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Skin is our Body’s Suit of Armor

October 07, 2015

Skin is our Body’s Suit of Armor

Dry Skin on HandsThe American Skin Association states that dry skin, also called xerosis, is a very common condition that occurs at all ages. Usually, it doesn't represent a serious problem, but sometimes can be difficult to treat. Xerosis may also be correlated to other skin diseases or associated to pathological conditions such as diabetes, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Sjögren syndrome and malnutrition. Whatever the cause, Natural Findings Advanced Healing Skin Cream provides fast, comforting relief.

Dry skin appears dehydrated, peeled, irritated and inflamed. It feels rough, scaly, sometimes painful and itchy. Severe cases may be characterized by intense redness and itchiness and the skin shows the tendency to crack, causing deep fissures that may bleed. Natural Findings Advanced Healing Skin Cream soothes and relieves dry, itchy or cracked skin quickly while restoring moisture and providing extra hydration protection and soothing comfort to wounds, sores, cuts and burns with the healing power of Manuka honey from New Zealand.

Skin represents our barrier against the environment and constitutes three layers: the hypodermis, the deepest layer, mainly adipose (fat) tissue, with bold vessels and nerves; the dermis, comprising connective tissue, with collagen and elastin fibers, blood vessels, oil glands, hair follicles, sweat glands; and the epidermis, the outer layer, with keratinocytes that provide skin hydration (lipids) and which divide and mature moving from the basal layer to the stratum corneum, the outermost compartment of the epidermis.

Skin is our Body's Suit of Armor

Simple causes of lipid depletion include harsh soap, itchy clothing, long and hot showers or baths. An important environmental factor is represented by the exposure to hot or cold weather with low humidity levels. Xerosis often worsens in the winter, when several factors contribute to skin dryness: low temperature and low humidity associated to very hot and drying heating cause a decreased amounts of water in the stratum corneum. During summer, constant exposure to air conditioning may produce similar effects.

Applied to skin after a shower or bath as a daily maintenance, conditions will improve for the appearance of skin and to heal unwanted skin conditions. Natural Findings Advanced Healing Skin Cream also combines pure botanicals and a unique blend of essential oils for a deep moisturizing therapy.

Chronic or severe dry skin problems require a dermatologist's advice. It's important have a diagnosis to exclude concomitant skin diseases. Dermatologist may evaluate and identify causes and get the necessary treatment. For everyday home care, Natural Findings Advanced Healing Skin Cream also relieves the pain and itch of psoriasis and other skin conditions.

Fight dry, cracked skin with Natural Findings Advanced Healing Skin Cream with Manuka Honey today!

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