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The best solutions for dry elbows, according to dermatologists

Some skin care concerns are incredibly simple. Got a sunburn? Look for anti-inflammatory aloe vera to help soothe redness and irritation. Your T-zone is extra oily? Incorporate ingredients like salicylic acid and witch hazel into your routine to help balance your oil and make way for a more matte face.

A skin care problem that's not so obvious when it comes to treatments? Dry Elbows. While you might think that applying a moisturizer would do the trick, if you've ever had dry elbows, you know that's not the case. And that's precisely why we thought it was high time we reached out to the experts in the field. Coming up, find out how board-certified dermatologists Alicia Zalka, MD; Corey L. Hartman, MD; Sandy Skotnicki, MD; and Tiffany J. Libby, MD, deal with the most stubborn elbow skin.

Meet the expert

  • Alicia ZalkaMD, is a board-certified dermatologist and the founder of Deep surface.
  • Corey L.HartmanMD, is a board-certified dermatologist and the founder of Skin Wellness Dermatology in Birmingham, Alabama.
  • Sandy SkotnickiMD, is a board-certified dermatologist and author of Beyond soap.
  • Tiffany J. LibbyMD, is a certified dermatologist and Bio-Oil partner.
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Gabriela is the creator of the blog, a platform dedicated to natural cosmetics and skin care. Her blog is an invaluable source of information and advice on how to achieve perfect, glowing skin. Gabriela passionately shares her in-depth knowledge of natural products, emerging trends and practical tips for an effective skincare routine.

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