Humidity is generally good for our skin. While cold dry winter air can make your skin dry and cracked, humid air will keep your skin supple and moisturized. Humidity can also make your skin (and you) feel much hotter than it actually is, however. That is because your sweat is unable to evaporate as easily when the atmosphere is humid, so instead of being cooled by the evaporation of sweat from your skin you become hotter because your sweat remains on your skin.
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