"The program answered a lot of my questions in a clear manner. It showed me what works and that I am not alone in suffering from dry skin. It gave me solutions and hope to deal with my dry skin." Barbara (Mar 19)

Many adults will experience dry skin at some point in their life. Dry skin can occur for various reasons and can be extremely uncomfortable and even unbearable at times. If you’re looking for additional support to help manage and control your dry skin, then sign-up for talkhealth’s FREE mydryskin support programme today. We also have 300 samples of Balneum Dry Skin & Itch Relief Cream to give away when you join this programme.

mydryskin provides 12 weeks of dedicated information, sent to you by email in bite-size chunks. Every week there is a PDF for you to download or print containing practical information about how to manage dry skin, written by talkhealth and medical experts.

Some of the topics the programme covers include:

- Symptoms & treatments

- What to ask your GP or consultant

- Patient stories and hints & tips

- Common triggers & irritants

- Itch-scratch cycle

- Emotional impact and much more!

Download a sample

Sponsor of mydryskin

The Balneum Cosmetic range is specially formulated to hydrate and soothe, dry, itchy skin and to restore the skins natural barrier. Suitable for skin prone to Eczema and Psoriasis. Through the application of Science, Almirall provides medical solutions for you and future generations. Almirall researches and invests with the aim of providing healthcare professionals with innovative medicines that address their needs in the dermatology area.

Click this link to find out more about the Balneum Cosmetic range.

 

All content provided in the mydryskin support programme has been written by both medical professionals and talkhealth and certified by the Information Standard, based on available medical evidence (sources of evidence available on request) and is for information purposes only. All information and material provided is not intended in any way to be a replacement for professional medical care and advice. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding any aspects of life with talkhealth conditions or others ailments you should ALWAYS check with your doctor, health visitor or professional medical advisor.

Last revised: 24 April 2019

Next review: 9 April 2021