Moisturizing Face Wash Relieves Dry, Itchy Skin During Winter Months

SeboCalm's cleanser for sensitive skin can be used for dealing with the red, dry, itchy, irritated skin that poses a problem for people dealing with a variety of skin conditions including those suffering from eczema.

Or Yeuda, Israel - February 15, 2020 —

SeboCalm, an expert in skincare formulated for sensitive skin, recommends its moisturizing face wash for customers dealing with dry skin in the cold winter months. “Our facial cleaner will give you a deep cleanse without leaving your skin feeling dry or irritated. We developed our products specially to soothe red and sensitive skin,” comments Dr. Herman Weiss, the senior spokesperson for the brand.

The winter months can take its toll on all skin types. When the outside air becomes cold, the humidity levels drop and the air becomes dry. Dr. Jessica Wu, M.D. explains in her article from Everyday Health, “When the air outside is cold and dry, the water in your skin evaporates more quickly; this makes your skin feel dry and tight and makes it look flaky. In fact, your skin loses more than 25 percent of its ability to hold moisture in the winter. Windy weather (especially if you enjoy winter sports) can also beat down on your skin and make it look and feel dry and chapped. Some of my patients refer to this condition as ‘winter skin’.”

Dr. Wu goes on to say, “Many of us spend more time inside in the winter and use indoor heating. Dry indoor air not only dries out your skin, but it also dries out your mucous membranes, leading to dry, chapped lips, dry noses (nose bleeds), and dry throat (hoarseness, sore throat).”

SeboCalm’s soap sensitive skin helps users relieve dry, flaky, irritated skin. When added to anyone’s daily skincare routine, users will benefit from the powers of natural ingredients. SeboCalm has carefully researched and developed a unique plant combination consisting of concentrated chamomile extract, seaweed, cornmeal and coconut. This combination works together to provide an effective, gentle cleansing that soothes red, irritated skin while also conditioning and preserving skin elasticity.

Users of face wash for dry sensitive skin have been experiencing very fast results. As one Amazon reviewer said, “Made my dry skin so moist and smooth after only one wash. Great results when paired with SeboCalm sensitive toner.”

To find more information about SeboCalm and its complete line-up of skincare products, please visit the SeboCalm’s Amazon storefront.

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About Us: SeboCalm’s story begins back in the 90s at a pharmacy in Rishon LeZion with pharmacists Amnon Bechar and Herman Weiss. Together, they have become Israel’s first developers of dermo-cosmetic products that fill the gap between cosmetics and medication.

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