Your primary care physician is probably going to direct a physical test and get some information about your clinical history, including when your dry skin began, what components aggravate it better or, your washing propensities, your eating routine, and how you care for your skin.
Your primary care physician may recommend certain demonstrative tests to check whether your dry skin is the consequence of a fundamental ailment, for example, an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).
By and large, dry skin reacts well to way of life measures, for example, utilizing lotions and keeping away from long, hot showers and showers. On the off chance that you have exceptionally dry and textured skin, your PCP may suggest you utilize an over-the-counter (nonprescription) cream that contains lactic corrosive or lactic corrosive and urea.
In the event that you have a more genuine skin sickness, for example, atopic dermatitis, ichthyosis or psoriasis, your primary care physician may recommend medicine creams and salves or different therapies notwithstanding home consideration.
In some cases dry skin prompts dermatitis, which causes red, irritated skin. In these cases, treatment may incorporate hydrocortisone-containing creams. On the off chance that your skin airs out, your PCP may endorse wet dressings to help forestall contamination.