Fight Itching This Winter
Dry air and hot showers can make anyone start scratching, but some people are extra-itchy thanks to skin conditions that flare up this time of year, says Debra J. Wattenberg, MD, associate professor of dermatology at New York Citys' Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Some clues you might have one:
You have itchy, silvery scales on your scalp (and maybe on your face, elbows and knees, too).If you've tried a dandruff shampoo with pyrithione zinc (like Head & Shoulders) but you're still scratching, you may have psoriasis. Using a tar shampoo, drinking lots of fluids and applying cortisone cream may help.
You have little itchy red bumps on your face.If antiacne creams and gels have made the problem worse, you may have rosacea. Try using a gentle moisturizer and cleanser, as well as a topical med that contains sulfur.
You have red, swollen, itchy skin.If slathering on lotion hasn't helped, you may have eczema. Switch to a thicker cream moisturizer, avoid fragrance and apply cortisone cream.
Video: How to Treat Your Skin Problems : Itchy Skin Conditions
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