If the skin on your face is dry, it may flake or itch. Sometimes, it can feel tight to touch or even hurt. Other symptoms of dry skin include:
scaling, peeling, redness, darker complexion,rough or sandpaper, itching, dullness in face and body. Dry skin can generally be treated by tweaking your skincare routine or changing some environmental factors. Sometimes dry skin is a sign of an underlying medical condition that should be treated by your doctor. Dryness happening because of low moisturizing, dehydration, low elasticity. Find a moisturizer that works for your skin and use it regularly, especially after you shower. Applying it at this time can help your skin retain moisture.