Whether you spend the winter hibernating inside or braving the chill of the great outdoors, chances are your skin is suffering during the coldest months of the year. For people with lupus who may already be dealing with photosensitivity, skin rashes or lesions, and side effects from medication, winter's freezing temperatures, low humidity, and wind exposure just make things worse. It's no surprise that people find themselves battling dry, cracked skin and "winter itch."
Learn how to best protect your skin.
Taken from the Fall 2008 issue of Lupus Now magazine.