Cold and wintry weather can take a toll on your skin, causing dryness and flaking, with extreme reactions leading to eczema, itching, and sometimes bleeding and infection. Most at risk are hands, feet, lower legs, lips and face. While you’re protecting your patients from cold-climate skin damage, remember your own skin too. Here are some top tips to treating your skin with care throughout the season.
Make skin health second nature. Share this list with friends or print and post it to help coworkers remember to take good care of their skin too.