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Although a scorching hot shower on those chilly winter mornings may sound delightful, it’s best to keep the water tepid. Hot showers may exacerbate dry skin problems you may already be dealing with, like eczema.
It’s very easy to burn the skin, if you find that you come out of the shower and your skin is red, you may need to turn the temperature way down. Another mistake that is very common when showering is rough drying the skin. It’s cold and you want to put your clothes on as fast as possible, so you harshly dry yourself off. After a hot shower, abrasive towelling your skin is definitely going to dry out your skin. Instead, lightly pat the skin dry.