Avoid dry, cracked skin during winter’s chill with these tips
NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar joins TODAY with sound advice to help get you through winter without suffering flaky, cracked skin. Some suggestions: Use a humidifier to keep moisture in, and don’t turn the heat too high: It’ll dry your skin out.
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