Hydrated skin, what is it?
When you hear the word "hydration", you are most likely to think of water. That's a good thing since increasing the moisture content of your skin is the definition of hydration. You may see your skin appearing flaky, dull, and dry if it is dehydrated.
Skin that is moisturized is smooth, radiant, and has an even tone. The only thing to do in order to accomplish this is to quench your skin's thirst on a regular basis.
Unfortunately, dehydrated skin is often confused with dry skin. Although the two terms are often used interchangeably, there is an important distinction between the two.
What Causes Dehydrated Skin?
Dehydrated skin is caused by weather, too much exfoliation, harmful skincare products and air conditioning.
Dehydrated Skin Vs Dry Skin
In dehydrated skin, water is missing, whereas dry skin is lacking sebum. Certain medications and diseases can also cause dry skin.
Climate, lifestyle, age, and the products you use can affect your skin.
Find out how to hydrate your skin:
Make Sure You Drink Enough Water
Showers that are very hot and long are to be avoided
Use A Humidifier
Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to prevent UVA and UVB skin damage
Eat Foods Rich In Water
Caffeine consumption should be limited
Most people don't consider dehydrated skin to be a serious condition.
You can improve the texture of your skin with hydrating serums and creams.
With HERO ingredients of Baobab, Rose Hip Oil and Hyaluronic Acid.
Double cleansing involves using a cleansing oil to break down make-up, SPF and sebum on the surface of your skin first, then following it with a water-based foaming cleanser.
To get the best results, apply serums after cleansing your face and before any other facial products.
When your skin's health fails to improve despite your hydration attempts, please visit a dermatologist.