Dry and itchy skin Air conditioners tend to get rid of all the moisture in a room. As they are not selective about the moisture they get rid off, they suck the moisture from your skin as well.
HOW AIR CONDITIONING AFFECTS YOUR SKIN
This affects the epidermis, and makes your skin very dry. If your skin is not sufficiently hydrated, constant dryness will eventually affect its inner layers.
Your skin will end up stretching, which in turn, will make it itchy and flaky. Dehydrated skin With air conditioning, the temperature of the surrounding area is reduced to about 18 to 26 degrees Celsius.
This warts on elderly skin your body reduce the production of sweat at all areas, except the underarmspalms and soles. Warts on elderly skin a result, the toxins remain within the skin and do not get secreted.
It also reduces the oil production of your skinwhich leads to dull, unhealthy, dehydrated skin. It eventually loses its elasticity as well.
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The constant loss and lack of replacement of water from the skin tissues result in warts on elderly skin and chapped skin that is prone to developing creases and wrinkles. Skin degeneration People most often step out of an air-conditioned environment into the scorching heat outside, or walk into an air-conditioned place from the sweltering outdoors.
Skin disorders Air conditioners make your skin so dry that it ends up becoming itchy and flaky. In some cases, the skin becomes red, develops rashes, and starts peeling off. If you are already suffering from eczema, rosacea warts on elderly skin psoriasis, your condition may worsen, as air conditioning upsets the moisture balance of your skin.
Here are some hacks to combat the air conditioning effects on your skin: Make sure to keep your skin hydrated by drinking at least 8 warts on elderly skin of water, daily.
Dry and itchy skin
Moisturise your skin with a lotion, regularly. This counteracts the drying effects that air conditioning has on your skin. Avoid excessive use of soap on the dry areas of your skin.
Use mild soaps that are glycerine-based. Make sure you change your air conditioning warts on elderly skin every weeks.