Dry skin around mouth is really common these days with children and also adults around the world. Many people experience this at some point in their lives and others have issues determining the cause of this complaint? Is it a skin condition or is it product/weather problem? There are signs and symptoms you are able to check for to determine this and then make a change to your lifestyle.
Many people experience dry skin around the mouth when a change of season happens, being a change from summer to winter or vise versa. This usually happens in winter when people are out in the very cold weather and your lips get chapped which affects the skin around your mouth. The other reason apart from skin complaints is a change of product or negative ingredients within a skin care product. This can range from a moisturiser or a allergy to a ingredient or even your toothpaste. It is noted that even the mint in some toothpastes affect some peoples skin around the mouth. It is important to study and work out if you have changed products at all and then toss in the rubbish any products that are un natural or non beneficial for your skin e.g petroleum jelly is a unnatural substance that is included in a lot of skincare products.
Skin complaints affect so many people in the world and also affect some people around the mouth area. Differrent forms of dermatitis does affect some people around the mouth and this includes periral dermatitis, contact dermatitis and also seborrheic dermatitis. Are you experiencing dry, itchy or flaky skin around your mouth? If you do and you are not in a change of season or product then perhaps it is a dermatitis condition. If you do suspect this to be the case it is best to confirm with your local doctor or GP.
If you are experiencing a issue around your mouth it is best to try a great barrier cream, one with natural and beneficial ingredients that will soothe and help heal this condition. A barrier forms a protection over the skin locking in the moisture which is fantastic over the skin.