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    Dry skin

    The surface of the skin is covered with a thin protective film (or hydrolipidic film) composed mainly of sebum—a fatty substance secreted by the sebaceous glands—as well as sweat and skin cells. This film lubricates and protects the skin and keeps it supple. When this natural protective barrier is altered, the skin dries out and becomes rough to the touch, tight, and easily irritated. It may redden and have a tendency to itch.

     

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    It’s important to take care of your skin every day. Having great-looking skin not only makes you feel better about yourself—it also keeps you healthy! 

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