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Dry skin treatment

Nourish and hydrate dry, flaky skin

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Dry skin on face treatment: before and after

Dry skin conditions can be itchy, flaky, and sensitive, causing irritation and self-esteem issues, especially if the affected area is exposed, such as your face. We can help treat dry skin with our range of treatments and skin care products so you can feel happy, hydrated, and confident. 

  • We offer personalised dry skin treatment plans best suited to your skin condition
  • The technology we use is medical grade and state-of-the-art
  • Our experienced clinicians can diagnose and treat a range of dry skin conditions
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Best treatment for dry skin on face

We treat dry skin across the entire face, from eyes and eyebrows to mouths and beards. Depending on your skin type and condition, we’ll tailor our treatment to give you the best possible results.

Dry skin under eyes treatment

Dry skin under eyes treatment

Dry or flaky skin around your eyes is a common concern for many people and is caused by factors such as age, complexion, deficiencies, and climate. The challenge is to keep the area hydrated, which can be difficult due to the thinness and delicacy of the skin surrounding the eyes.

Dry or flaky skin around your eyes is a common concern for many people and is caused by factors such as age, complexion, deficiencies, and climate. The challenge is to keep the area hydrated, which can be difficult due to the thinness and delicacy of the skin surrounding the eyes. If you suffer from dry skin under eyes, treatment options include using specific eye-care products or opting for a rejuvenating facial treatment such as a cosmetic peel or Clear & Brilliant laser technology.

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Dry skin between eyebrows treatment

Dry skin between eyebrows treatment

Also known as eyebrow dandruff, these dry areas of flaky skin are common among people with the skin condition seborrheic dermatitis, which favours oily parts of the face and body. Other causes include eczema, psoriasis, or a lack of targeted moisturisation.

Also known as eyebrow dandruff, these dry areas of flaky skin are common among people with the skin condition seborrheic dermatitis, which favours oily parts of the face and body. Other causes include eczema, psoriasis, or a lack of targeted moisturisation. Treatments for dry skin between the eyebrows include applying specific facial moisturisers or getting a facial laser treatment to help rejuvenate the skin.

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Dry skin around mouth treatment

Dry skin around mouth treatment

Common causes of dry skin around the mouth include hot water, sun exposure, skin allergies, dehydration, and a cold climate. Luckily, there are a number of at-home and medical-grade treatments that can help eradicate this problem.

Common causes of dry skin around the mouth include hot water, sun exposure, skin allergies, dehydration, and a cold climate. Luckily, there are a number of at-home and medical-grade treatments that can help eradicate this problem. A popular treatment for dry skin around the mouth is a topical cream or medical-grade moisturiser to reduce moisture loss. Technology such as SkinPen and Vivace can also help rehydrate the area.

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Dry skin around nose treatment

Dry skin around nose treatment

Many people suffer from flaky skin around the nose, especially in colder weather. Other factors that can contribute include age (older people tend to experience skin dryness), allergies, and UV rays.

Many people suffer from flaky skin around the nose, especially in colder weather. Other factors that can contribute include age (older people tend to experience skin dryness), allergies, and UV rays. Before you treat dry skin, it’s important to understand the severity of the dryness so the right treatment can be prescribed. For the nose area, a hydrating moisturiser can help relieve dryness or you can opt for an exfoliating chemical peel to remove dead skin cells.

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Dry skin beard treatment

Dry skin beard treatment

It’s not unusual for men to suffer from dry, itchy skin underneath their beard, which can be caused by seborrheic dermatitis, hot showers, and fragrant soaps.

It’s not unusual for men to suffer from dry, itchy skin underneath their beard, which can be caused by seborrheic dermatitis, hot showers, and fragrant soaps. A good dry skin under beard treatment includes using a firm brush to remove dead skin cells, washing your beard regularly, and applying a beard-friendly moisturiser and beard oil.

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Dry skin treatments from our experienced clinicians

Our dermal experts offer a range of bespoke treatments to help alleviate dry, sensitive skin and restore your self-confidence. 

Best treatment for dry flaky skin on face

Best treatment for dry flaky skin on face

Choosing the best treatment for dry flaky skin can depend on whether you have any underlying skin conditions, whether you have any allergies, and how severe your facial dryness is. 

Medical-grade technologies, such as Clear and Brilliant laser or Fraxel laser treatments are great for helping to improve your complexion and are good options if you have flaky or sensitive skin as they can be used safely on all skin types.

Best treatment for dry itchy skin

Best treatment for dry itchy skin

Dry skin that is also itchy can cause ongoing discomfort and a drop in self-confidence if left untreated. 

The best treatment for dry itchy skin is one that revitalises the surrounding area while also alleviating the itchiness. This could be a hydrating moisturiser or a laser treatment targeting the itchy area. 

It’s worth consulting a dermal specialist to discuss your specific skin condition so they can recommend the best treatment for your skin concerns.

Best treatment for very dry skin

Best treatment for very dry skin

Very dry skin can occur on the face and other areas of the body, and can be hard to heal without the appropriate treatment for your skin type and condition. Home remedies like natural oils, shea butter, and coconut oil can help promote healthy skin but may not be enough to eradicate extra dry skin completely. 

Medical-grade treatments, such as Vivace, SkinPen, and laser technology, may be good solutions depending on your skin candidacy. Your dermal doctor can recommend an extra dry skin treatment best suited to your condition and goals.

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Our dry skin technology treatments

At Victorian Dermal Group, we use cutting-edge equipment to help alleviate dry and irritated skin on the face and body. Our treatments and skincare products help restore moisture, promoting happy, healthy skin year-round.

Clear and Brilliant Laser

Achieve skin rejuvenation by improving the skin’s surface and texture.

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Fraxel Laser

Promote skin renewal by targeting small areas of the skin with laser energy.

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SkinPen

Stimulate collagen production in the face for healthier and tighter skin.

Vivace RF microneedling

Improve skin tone and texture with this minimally invasive procedure.

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Frequently asked questions

What vitamin deficiency causes dry skin?

There are many factors that can cause dry skin, including vitamin deficiencies. In particular: 

  • Vitamin A - This vitamin plays a crucial role in skin cell production, repair, and maintenance, and a deficiency can lead to dry, rough skin.
  • Vitamin E - As an antioxidant, Vitamin E helps protect the skin from damage caused by UV radiation. Its deficiency can result in increased skin dryness and potential skin issues.
  • Vitamin C - Important for collagen production and skin repair, a lack of Vitamin C can lead to slower wound healing and potentially drier skin.

How do I get rid of dry skin on my face?

Following a skincare routine, making some lifestyle adjustments, and getting a personalised facial treatment can all help alleviate dry skin on your skin. 

  • Use a mild, fragrance-free cleanser to wash your face, avoiding hot water and harsh soaps, as they can strip the skin of natural oils. 
  • Exfoliate your skin 1-2 times a week to remove dead skin cells and encourage the growth of new, healthy skin. 
  • Apply a high-quality, fragrance-free moisturiser with hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and ceramides. This helps lock in moisture and repair the skin barrier.
  • Protect your skin from the sun's UV rays by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30. Sun exposure can worsen dry skin.
  • Use a humidifier in your home to add moisture to the air, especially during dry, indoor heating in the winter.
  • Avoid skincare products with alcohol, fragrances, and harsh chemicals that can irritate and dry out the skin.
  • Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated from within.
  • Limit hot showers, avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol, and protect your skin from harsh weather, which can all contribute to dryness. 
  • Consult a dermatologist who may recommend prescription-strength creams or medical-grade treatments for more severe dry skin.

How can I rehydrate my dry face fast?

If you need to rehydrate your dry face quickly, you can apply a moisturising facial serum or hydrating mist that contains ingredients like hyaluronic acid or glycerin. These products can provide instant relief by adding moisture to your skin.

While this can provide short-term relief, long-term hydration and skin health require a consistent skincare routine, including gentle cleansing, moisturising, and sun protection. If your dry skin persists, contact a dermatologist who will be able to diagnose dry skin and deliver a personalised skincare plan.

Why is my beard dry and flaky?

A dry and flaky beard can be caused by a number of factors, and addressing the underlying cause is key to resolving the issue. Some common reasons include:

  • Insufficient moisture to the skin underneath the beard
  • Not drinking enough water 
  • Using harsh or drying facial cleansers 
  • Washing your beard too frequently or with hot water
  • Failing to use a beard conditioner or oil 
  • Conditions like seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, or psoriasis 
  • Poor nutrition or vitamin deficiencies 
  • Exposure to harsh weather
  • Allergens or irritants in your environment

To address dryness and flakiness in your beard, use a hydrating beard shampoo and conditioner, apply beard oil or balm, and limit washing to 2-3 times a week.

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