Since these are supplements and not medicines try giving them up for a week (or two or three) and see if the problem goes away. If not, it's not the supplements. If so, add them back in one at a time for a week or two and see which one(s), if any, cause the problem to start again. Then try combinations of the various pills. Also realize that it may not be the active ingredients causing the problems. All those pills have binders and fillers which might also be the problem.
You might want to consider issues with chlorine and chloramine exposure via your public water supply. While the chlorine levels in your local water supply may fall into acceptable ranges, according to your water board, the exposure to even small amounts from bathing in the water is very unhealthy. My family installed a whole house water filter to remove chlorine and flouride from our public water about a year ago. The difference in the smell of the water, taste, and effect on our skin has been very positive.
Yea, since going paleo, I have that problem. I am questioning the supplements as well but I am leaning towards a lack, or more accurately, the overall reduction of omega 6 oil because just four Brazil nuts a day seem to help. I am currently trying to isolate variables and I am not sure what is happening. Could be low thyroid output as well.
My skin looks dry and pulls hard when I smile, it has always been soft and supple. In addition, my face feels like a rubber mask as though it is not real flesh.
mine dries up horribly in the winter. i am starting to believe it's the dry heat in my house that dries out my skin. don't have the cash to put in a humidifier yet, so i just try to moisturize as well as i can.