Tips for Washing Dry, Itchy Skin
Here are six ways to cleanse and care for dry, itchy skin to help keep it healthy-looking and happy.
1 Wash your body every day.
Try to wash your body every night before bed with warm water and a mild cleanser. This will help to remove dirt, which could cause dry, itchy skin. Dove Pure & Sensitive Beauty Bar makes a good cleanser for dry skin, with its mild, unscented and nourishing formula
2 Use cleansers that are mild and suitable for dry skin.
Traditional soaps can leave itchy, dry skin feeling worse as they often strip away its naturally moisturizing oils. Dove Beauty Bars are different as they nourish while they cleanse with ¼ moisturizing cream, a milder formula which helps prevent skin from drying out, leaving it feeling soft and smooth
3 Cool down hot showers.
For a quick fix to dry, itchy skin, try switching from hot showers to slightly cooler ones. This might help your face and body feel more comfortable as hot water can cause skin to feel tighter and more irritated
4 Use gentle exfoliators.
Scrubbing at skin can make itching worse, but it’s helpful to minimize dryness with a gentle exfoliator. It’s about striking the right balance. Dove Gentle Exfoliating Beauty Bar is mild enough to use every day – helping to reveal beautifully soft and smooth-looking skin without being too rough. Plus, with a ¼ moisturizing cream, it keeps skin from drying out
5 Avoid irritants.
When looking for things like the best cleansers or best body wash for dry skin, try to avoid irritants. Common culprits are alcohol and perfume as they can dehydrate skin further
6 Minimise ingredients.
To avoid putting too many products on your skin, look for mild cleansers that contain moisturizing ingredients, too. One of our favorite body wash for dry skin options is Dove Deeply Nourishing Body Wash. The rich lather and NutriumMoisture™ technology nourish skin deep down while cleansing, to help leave dry, itchy skin feeling more comfortable.
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