Dry skin can be easily treated at home using a variety of simple and inexpensive household items. Olive oil, coconut oil, milk, cornstarch and oatmeal all help to treat this condition More »

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Dry, cracked skin is a common condition that can be treated in several ways, including moisturizing lotions, highly moisturizing products and topical steroids, notes MedicineNet. Moderately dry skin is best treated with ... More »

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A good diet is the best way to treat dry skin in cats. Switching to higher-quality foods and supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids can help. However, many skin diseases and parasites have similar symptoms to dry skin; a... More »

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Dry skin around the mouth can be caused by many factors including perioral dermatitis, allergic reactions or aging. Depending on the cause, treatment varies and can range from topical lotion to prescription medication. More »

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Dry skin is typically treated with chemical peels using a process that involves cleansing the skin, applying the treatment and then following up with a moisturizer and application of protective ointments and creams. Chem... More »

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Dry, cracked skin on the feet can be healed by regularly applying lanolin or foot creams containing alpha-hydroxy acid or urea to the affected area. These substances remove dead skin cells and help retain moisture on the... More »

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There are multiple home remedies that help soothe dry, itchy skin from a variety of irritants, according to WebMD. These remedies include wearing gloves, applying natural moisturizers, and keeping floors and bedding clea... More »

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