Of course rain is wet and not dry, but I want to make a point. Rain most often comes with a cooling of the weather, and with a cooling of the weather, you get dry skin. And rain in cold or warm climates, is duh, simply water. It is not a moisturizer. Once your skin gets wet, as it dries the skin can become somewhat brittle on its surface. It may be hard to see but it does. And deeper within your skin can get damaged. Many women’s hands get this way from lots of dish washing. That’s why dishwashing products now have softeners and moisturizers in them. The very best way to relieve any skin dryness and to prevent dryness is to use a great skin crème. Glysolid will take care of any dry, rough skin, and will prevent any weather-related hands and feet skin problems.