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Is dry, itchy skin driving you mad? Soft, smooth skin requires a delicate balance of water and body oils. Thirsty skin can become dry, flaky, itchy, and may even crack -- sort of like dirt on the ground does during a drought. Quench your dry skin properly, however, and you could prevent the urge to itch . Here are some simple ways to prevent and treat dry, itchy skin.
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