The drier the air, the drier the skin. New York City dermatologist Shari Marchbein, MD recommends placing a humidifier in the room where you spend the most time to maximize the amount of water in the air. This will help your skin stay hydrated.
The gut and skin health have a direct connection. Therefore, increasing your daily intake of fats may help with dry skin. Eating a diet rich in walnuts, olive oil, and avocados is a good idea. “Don’t overdo it with caffeine,” she explains, “as it can cause dehydration.” And the most obvious one: Drink a lot of water.