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9 Skin Care Tips for Diabetics
Skin Care Tips for Diabetics
December 8th, 2017 MagniLife

If you have diabetes, skin conditions are par for the course. People who suffer from the disease often have skin-related complications, including skin breaks, blisters, and sores. Also, foot fungus is an issue with diabetics. The fungus causes the skin to crack and break, which allows bacteria to get into the bloodstream. That leads to infections. Then of course, you have to deal with the aches and pains that come with skin issues. This can be a lot to worry about, but there is no need for it to be too troublesome. There are many simple strategies you can use to protect your skin and prevent further damage.

Keep Your Diabetes Under Control

If your glucose levels get out of hand, you will likely end up with dry skin. It will also be harder for your skin to fight back against dangerous bacteria. That means you’ll be more likely to end up with an infection. Take your medications and follow your doctor-mandated diet. This won’t prevent diabetes-related skin issues altogether, but it will make your skin issues much easier to control.

Follow Proper Bathing Guidelines

A bubble bath feels great, but it dries out your skin. Hot showers are also drying. You shouldn’t shower in water that is warmer than 120 degrees. Also, keep your showers to 15 minutes or less.

In addition, moisturize your skin every time you finish bathing. An intense moisturizing product, such as MagniLife DB Diabetics’ Dry Skin Relief, will keep dry skin at bay. It takes on dry, cracked, and scaly skin and does so in a nonirritating way. Also, since it’s unscented, you can put it on and go about your day without anyone noticing.

Drink Plenty of Fluids

You can also keep your skin moist by drinking plenty of fluids. Get into the habit of drinking at least 64 ounces of water each day. Avoid caffeinated beverages, as well. Caffeine is dehydrating, so it will dry your skin out.

Watch for Excess Moisture

You need to keep your skin moisturized, but excess moisture can be a problem. The key is to keep the exposed areas moist and the warm, dark areas dry. Watch for moisture that collects between your legs, toes, and under your arms. Wipe the areas dry so you don’t end up with a fungal infection.

Treat Fungus Immediately

Fungus is a serious issue for diabetics. If you fail to treat a fungal outbreak quickly, it could turn into an infection. At the same time, if you treat the fungus incorrectly, the treatment could dry out your skin. That’s why a product like MagniLife DB Antifungal Foot Cream is so powerful. It gets rid of the fungus while also relieving itching, cracking, burning, scaling, and discomfort. On top of that, it’s a powerful moisturizer, so you get everything you need in one container.

Wear the Right Shoes

Tight shoes and diabetes do not mix. Choose flat, broad shoes, and make sure they fit properly. You also need to check them before putting them on. Make sure they don’t have any rocks or any other objects inside that could hurt your feet.

Protect Your Skin from the Weather

When you have diabetes, you have to take precautions as the seasons change. During the warm months, keep skin clean and dry. Moisturizing is still important, but you want to choose lotions and creams that do not contain mineral oil or petrolatum. These ingredients do not fully absorb, and they can sit on the surface of the skin providing bacteria with a good place to grow and spread.

When it gets cold out, put on warm shoes and gloves. Remember to moisturize more often during the colder months, and bathe less frequently if possible. Also, use a room humidifier when it gets cold outside. This will add a bit of moisture into the air, which will keep your skin from drying out.

Get Relief from Pain

If you’re fighting skin issues, you are likely dealing with a lot of pain. MagniLife DB Pain Relieving Foot Cream eliminates the stabbing, burning, shooting, and tingling pains that may be causing your feet so much discomfort. Plus, it moisturizes the skin with natural ingredients, so it’s like a two-in-one treatment.

Get the Treatment You Need

There’s no reason to live with diabetes-related skin issues. From over-the-counter skin care treatments to room humidifiers, you can build a regimen that will repair and protect your skin, all while alleviating pain. Create a treatment plan to keep your skin healthy all year long.


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