HOW TO REHYDRATE DEHYDRATED SKIN?

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Dehydration is one of the most common skin problems in adults, both men, and women. Pollution, urban stress, wind, temperature changes… So many factors that lead to skin discomfort and the formation of small wrinkles that can make us believe that our face is aging prematurely! So, how do rehydrate dehydrated skin, if possible, naturally, and restore its suppleness and beauty?

What is dehydrated skin?

First misconception to correct: dry skin is not necessarily dehydrated! Dry skin needs nutrition, and therefore oil. Dried skin suffers from a lack of water. And yet, when our skin is uncomfortable, tight, or itchy, we quickly conclude that it is dry. And so, we rush on goat milk products dedicated to this type of skin!

Dehydration is a temporary state, which specialists call a “skin condition”. It is also much more common to suffer from temporary dehydration than dry skin, which is more lasting. Dehydration occurs when the protective film of the epidermis is damaged or when an evaporation phenomenon causes the reduction of water reserves.

Cutaneous dehydration occurs particularly in the face, but also in certain areas of the body: elbows, knees, feet, hands, etc. It can be linked to our environment (temperatures, pollution, UV rays, etc.), our way of life (alcohol, tobacco…), our emotional context (stress, fatigue), medical treatment… and even to certain cosmetic products like goat milk soap that are too aggressive or caustic if we are not careful!

How to rehydrate your skin?

Nutrition and hydration generally go hand in hand with most cosmetic treatments. Indeed, the hydrolipidic film needs a sufficient fat intake to limit water loss. However, a moisturizer for dry skin may not be enough if you are struggling with dehydration.

And that’s okay! Your face needs active ingredients that promote skin rehydration, ie the reconstitution of these famous water reserves.

If you already use a daily cleanser, make-up remover, and especially a moisturizer, it is possible that they are not enough to quench your thirst. It is then necessary to move up a gear with specific active ingredients to properly rehydrate your skin.

Aloe vera to replenish hydration

Aloe vera is a succulent plant, which means that it can retain a large amount of water in its leaves to survive long periods of drought. The juice it contains is a valuable source of vitamins and minerals.

Our pure Aloe Vera active ingredient is recommended for dehydrated skin, but also skin weakened during winter (temperature changes, heating devices, pollution, cold, etc.). It intensely hydrates, repairs, soothes, and regenerates the skin thanks to its richness in nutrients.

Hyaluronic acid to reduce fine lines of dehydration

Dehydration can be the cause of fine lines on the face. Don’t panic hyaluronic acid, naturally present in the skin, is the ideal active ingredient to smooth your skin and reduce small unwanted wrinkles… 

Each of these active ingredients can be used as an individual treatment: the skin is only treated only with one active ingredient at a time to avoid the cocktail effect! In addition, dehydration being a transient problem, it is useless to treat the skin over a long period: a few weeks are generally enough.

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