Children’s dry skin has a feeling that the surface of the skin is bulky, the whitish powder is wiped, and the skin becomes taut when washing the face or body. Dry skin is not a disease and is often improved with proper skincare.
To prevent dry skin in children, it is important to use creams that use natural oils, and in the case of babies, moisturize them with baby oils.
If you leave your dry skin unattended, your knees, ankles, and elbows may crack and you may feel pain. When dry skin worsens, redness and itchiness may occur, and eczema may occur. Therefore, you should usually take a bath with a bath salt that has a high moisturizing effect, or use cosmetics made of additive-free and skin-friendly materials. It is important to take care of it.
If you have eczema on your skin, it is important to have your child see a dermatologist and prescribe an ointment. Children’s dry skin is also susceptible to the effects of air conditioning and UV rays, so it is important to wear sunscreen and a hat when going out.
If the air conditioner is on for a long time, the room will dry, so it is important to install home appliances such as a humidifier.
It is important to check the condition of your skin on a regular basis.