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If you’ve been burning through a bottle of shea butter lotion a week, you already know that winter sucks moisture out of the air. The drier the air, the lower the humidity, which causes a number of irritations like dry skin and susceptibility to cold and flu germs. Dry air can also damage your home, causing extra dust, cracks in wood floors and furniture and damage to electronic equipment. Fear not! Low humidity levels in your home are easy to fix.
View the slideshow above to learn how to raise the humidity levels in your home.
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