As fall arrives, you may notice that the skin on your hands is starting to crack, your feet are redder than usual and your elbows are itchy. When the humidity is lower during fall and winter, your skin can get dryer, flakier, and sometimes even bleed.
Fortunately, while dry skin can be tough in cold climates, there are a number of simple changes to your diet which can keep your skin moist and healthy throughout the cooler seasons.
As we enter fall, Kerri Ferriaoli, a nutritionist at YorkTest, has given her top tips for how your diet can reduce your risk of developing dry skin as the season’s change, and what five foods and drinks can relieve dry skin. See the 5 best foods to combat dry skin this Fall below.