Limit bathing time to about 10 minutes once a day and use warm water instead of extremely hot water, which robs the skin of moisture.
Try white petrolatum as a body moisturizer once or twice a day.
In winter months, apply moisturizer to your feet and hands, and then put on gloves before you go outside.
For extremely dry feet, apply moisturizer at night and sleep in cotton socks.
Use facial moisturizers marketed only for the face. Body moisturizers with oils can induce acne and folliculitis lesions, or infections of the hair follicles.
Avoid irritants as much as possible. Those who work with irritating products can protect their skin by applying moisturizer and wearing protective clothing.
After swimming, shower off to remove residual pool chemicals and then apply moisturizer.
Wear gloves when washing dishes.