Health Conditions

Dry Skin

What is Dry Skin?

Dry skin or xeroderma is a condition in which the skin lacks moisture. Dry skin can be caused by a number of things including sunburn, medications, low humidity, and vitamin deficiency.

Treatment for dry skin includes moisturizing the skin with creams, lotions, and ointments. Common drug classes used to treat dry skin are alpha hydroxy acids, keratolytics, and skin barrier emollients.
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Dry Skin:
Drug Classes

Corticosteroids

(137 drugs)As low as $5

LFA-1 Antagonists

(1 drugs)As low as $527

Alpha Hydroxy Acids

(2 drugs)As low as $27

Keratolytics

(8 drugs)As low as $54

Beta Hydroxy Acids

(9 drugs)As low as $49

Skin Barrier Emollients

(17 drugs)As low as $4
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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