With below-freezing temperatures and heaters running full-blast in our homes and cars, many of us are experiencing dry winter skin. On the surface, a change in the humidity can cosmetically make fine lines and wrinkles more noticeable. But dry skin is also a serious medical problem for many. In the winter, our skin can itch, flake, crack and even bleed, causing pain and discomfort as we go about the day.
Dr. David Fieleke, board-certified dermatologist and founder of Cornerstone Dermatology & Surgery group in Lee’s Summit, offers tips for preventing dry winter skin and recommends some of his favorite products for providing increased hydration.Read More