Dried legs may have no known cause. Some people have their skin and feet naturally dry. Your feet may be dry if they are always exposed to extreme cold or hot temperatures, or because you always choose to walk barefoot or sandals. Otherwise, there are medical reasons that you should look at.
If the skin gets itchy, cracked and cracked, you may have eczema. Eczema is a common skin condition that can affect anyone at any age. Your dermatologist can diagnose you correctly. When it comes to allergies, they can suggest non-prescription solutions, such as creams and lotions. If these products do not work for you, your doctor may prescribe stronger creams and lotions.
Dried legs may also be a symptom of the athlete’s foot, which can happen if legs are moistened in sweaty socks for long periods of time. The athlete’s foot is a mushroom that can spread among friends and family members who share towels and wet areas such as baths.
Cracked heels can also occur if you wear wet socks for long periods of time. In extreme cases, heels that are always irritated by running pressure and too tight shoes can begin to bleed.
Prevention of dry legs and cracked heels
First of all for both dry legs and cracked heels, try not to expose your feet to hot or cold weather. You can protect your feet from both weather conditions by wearing the appropriate footwear at all times. This would include proper fitting of shoes and dry socks in all seasons, or by using a hydrating foot cream for SNB feet. For cracked heels and dry skin, try not to expose your feet to very warm water when bathing. Also examine the type of soap you use to clean your body. Maybe your skin dries. Sodium laurilsulfate and artificial fragrances are the main ingredients to avoid when you have dry skin and choose a soap.