Hi again. Aims here. I have heard many complaints from
people over the years about not just the skin on their feet, or hands, but also
their knuckles and elbows.
Aims here. If you have kids, you know it is nearly
impossible to keep their hands and feet from getting skin damage. And this is
during anytime of the year.
Hi, Aimee here again.
It has been rainy here in LA these last couple weeks and
more rain is coming.
The weather and dishwashing are certainly not the only way
people can get dry. Cracked skin, and especially on the feet.
Here is a good link with overall advice: http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/tips-foot-care#2-7.
Very simply, ten tips to protect your feet if you have diabetes. One tip is to
use lotion daily on your feet. Glysolid is great for this and any type of dry skin
issue. Talk to your doctor about this and any treatment you may need. People, be
proactive with your health, and take care of yourself.
Of course rain is wet and not dry, but I want to make a point.
Hi, I hope none of you ever have to experience the need to get any form of cancer therapy.
Hi all. Aimee here. If you are like me, or like any other
person on God’s green earth, you know that whne the gren has faded and the cold
has set in, one thing that suffers is your skin.