"An estimated 11.3% of people with diabetes report dry, itchy skin." During the chilly, windy, winter weather, there are several reasons why your skin may become extra dry and itchy.
Global warming or not, each summertime gets progressively hotter and August is known to be one of the hottest months of the year! According to the Academy of Dermatology, “One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.” The summer sun can cause major havoc to our skin. The ADA also recommends “selecting a […]
The heat is on and this may mean skin problems for people with diabetes. Proper skin care is important all year round, but especially during the summer season. From sunburn and insect bites to dry skin and poison ivy, there are several precautions that should be taken to have the best possible summer skin with diabetes.
As the sultry days of summer slip away and the fall chill sets in, people with diabetes might feel the effects of the season on their skin. Itchy, dry skin can become a problem especially with diabetes and even be a sign of other health issues. Discover 4 skin tips and products to help fall season […]
In many parts of the country winter brings cold weather and a drop in humidity.Skin tends to lose its water by evaporation into this dry environment. It is important to minimize dryness to avoid skin complications and there are several steps that can be taken to do so...