Chapped lips are synonymous with dry skin. The only solution to prevent them is using lip balm frequently. It is your dry lip's lifesaver. Don't just look for the word balm while buying a lip balm. Check for ingredients like petroleum (it locks the moisture) and dimethicone (helps healing the cracks in dry lips).
You know all too well what accompanies winter weather - dry dehydrated skin. The dead skin cells make the skin look ash-coated, and the skin at the elbows can become an eyesore. For people who have dry skin, these are reasons enough to worry about. Keep moisturizing your skin and lips. Avoid super-hot baths or showers during winters (even if feels good). Use cold creams as a makeup removal during winters.
Like the buy one get one free offer, a dry scalp accompanies dry skin. Dry scalp causes scaly flakes which further causes dandruff, and those who suffer from it are quite familiar with its consequences. Use lemon juice to wash hair. Keep it moisturized by using moisturizing conditioners. A humidifier can be of great help too, but don't forget to clean it every 2/3 days.
It's a misconception that dry skin doesn't produce oil. However, it produces a lot of oil, rather the skin cannot hold it because it lacks moisture (which is because of dehydrated skin), resulting in extra oil production and oil-clogged pores and acne. Also, dry skin has some microscopic cracks where bacteria may reside and create breakouts.
As soon as the face is washed, the skin becomes tight. This is because the water gets drained off the skin immediately after washing and it loses its moisture. This causes the dead cells to build up again. Avoid bar soap (even if it says that it moisturizes), choose cleansing gels that do not contain ingredients like Sodium Lauryl (or Laureth) Sulfate and Ammonium Lauryl (or Laureth), Sulfate, or look for those gels that are listed as "Sulfate-free".
With dry skin, waxing or shaving is painful and often causes rashes on hands and legs. The skin looks like a desert terrain. Use an exfoliating scrub before waxing. This will help get rid of dead cells, making it easy for the hair to be pulled from the root. Avoid wearing tight cloths and exposure to sun for at least 24 hours after waxing.