Dry skin can affect anyone. But some risk factors raise your chances of developing dry skin
Age are more likely to develop dry. As you age, your pores naturally produce less oil, raising your risk of dry skin & hair.
You’re more likely to experience eczema or allergic contact dermatitis if you have a history of these conditions or other allergic diseases in your family.
Dry skin is more common during the fall and winter months, when humidity levels are relatively low.
Taking frequent baths or washing with very hot water raises your risk of dry skin.