Top Eight Tips for a Safe Skin
Treat oily skin
Excess oil in the body especially in the face can sometimes be humiliating and stressful. Get rid of the situation by using facial cleansers at least twice or thrice daily. This way, we are giving our skin fair moisture but make sure that you do not do it more than three times because it may cause dryness and irritation.
Dryness of the skin is a sign of dehydration. Aside from keeping a high fluid intake, you can also try moisturizers which are creamy to assist you in enhancing the texture of your skin.
Prefer warm water
When cleaning your skin especially your face, consider using warm water than cold or tap water because it has the ability to dissolve skin oil.
Aside from creams, there are also therapeutic soaps available in the market for further medical treatment of dry skin. Dryness is a mortal enemy especially during humid season so whenever you feel irritated by heat, wipe your skin with a clean towel or tissue and use medicated soaps for 5 to 7 minutes to promote hydration.
Spotless and pure
Diabetic people are very prone to getting foot infections when they are unable to retain a clean environment. Make sure that you also pay attention to your extremities to avoid complications and infections.
These are very helpful in treating infections and avoiding worsening of the case. Along with the use of anti-fungal powder, make sure that you always wear garments that are dry. Using wet items might cause other unwanted complications.
Wonders of an umbrella
Other people might find it irritating carrying an umbrella but it is actually beneficial in both during hot and rainy season. It can prevent direct exposure to the sun and prevents you from getting wet when it rains.
Consult a dermatologist
Since diabetic people have higher chances of catching infections especially those caused by fungi, better see a dermatologist during presence of rashes and white spots. Observe the precautions seriously because skin infections when taken for granted suddenly become very difficult to treat.