Whether caused by low desert humidity, chemicals, wind, or a specific disease or skin condition, dry, cracked skin can be dreadful. It can wear on your self-esteem and bring down your emotions.
Whatever the reason for the dry skin to take hold, the result is the same-dehydration. Soothing your skin with deep, penetrating moisture is a simple solution that will bring relief. Doctors and dermatologists, no matter the cause of your dry, cracked skin, recommend soothing, moisturizing skin care.
Organic Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbandensis Miller) is the primary ingredient in InfiniteAloe® Skin Care. Many medical studies about Aloe Vera show its soothing, healing and hydrating properties.
In fact, InfiniteAloe® Skin Care is rich in many key ingredients that have been shown to penetrate to the dermis, your skin's deepest layer, and accelerate the healing of cuts, burns, rashes, acne and many other skin complaints. Natural constituents moisturize, rebuild and smooth the skin while inhibiting bacteria, viruses and fungi that could lead to unhealthy skin conditions. (See References)
If you are able to rule out practical causes (such as a harsh product touching your skin, weather conditions, or working with moisture-robbing materials) as the cause, see your doctor for diagnosis of your cracked skin condition.
If the cracks are so deep that your hands are bleeding or seem infected, please see your healthcare practitioner.
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