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Diabetes isn’t always caused by a lack of insulin. It can also come from the patient’s body being insensitive to insulin, which means it has the ability to affect every part of the body. This includes the skin, with skin conditions like itching, infections, and allergic reactions affecting up to one third of people with diabetes. But don’t worry, most of these skin conditions are easy to prevent and treat. Here are some things you can do to keep your skin healthy:
Skin conditions are never much fun, and it’s important to recognize that as a diabetic, you need to be extra vigilant in keeping your skin clean, moisturized, and healthy. Luckily this isn’t hard to do, and by following these steps you can easily prevent dryness and infections, and have beautiful, glowing skin that will make all your friends jealous!
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