Saturday, September 22, 2007

Good News for Dry Skin sufferers: Airlines Relax Restrictions on Liquids

Earlier this week, the Transportation Security Administration announced that passengers may now bring liquids and gels in carry-on bags on U.S. flights. Trial-sized containers holding up to 3 ounces will be permitted as long as they are in a quart-sized clear plastic bag and available for inspection at security checkpoints. This is good news for dry skin sufferers, who usually carry moisturizers to soothe their sensitive skin in the particularly irritating stale, low humidity air on planes. However, what many passengers do not know is that those moisturizers actually exacerbate the problem – which is why thousands of doctors now recommend a shielding lotion as the preferred dry skin treatment . Whether you have dry skin or are trying to prevent it, keeping t View the rest of this article

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