There is no denying it, the seasonal transitions are arguably one of the most moisture depleting factors for our skin. For most (if not all), we usually experience a dry, itchy, and less-than-luminous complexion. Dry or Dehydrated? Commonly mistaken as “dry skin”, dehydration can attack any skin type including dry, normal, and even oily. While somewhat similar, “dry skin” is a skin type that lacks oil and can bounce back with the right moisturizing products, while dehydrated skin is a skin condition that lacks water at the cellular level and can cause you to experience other problems like acne and irritation. It is important to differentiate between the two before.
Face facts Moisturizer does not moisturize. Most formulas are a blend of water and emollients, but their role is really to prevent or slow moisture’s escape from the skin’s surface. Cool your jets Reduce that steamy shower temperature – no matter how good it feels. Hot water + cleanser washes away your skin’s natural oils as thoroughly as hot water + detergent washes grease from your dinner plates. Squeaky clean is great for dishware, not so great for skin in winter. Buff up Exfoliate regularly to help lagging cells get out of the way so skin can soak up moisture more easily. A scrubby glove or plain white granulated sugar.
For most of us, the day begins with a flurry of activity that starts long before we make it to the office, to school, or wherever our day takes us. No matter how pressed for time we are, great skin care shouldn’t be something that’s neglected, even when each minute counts. Believe it or not, even if you have less than five minutes, beautiful skin is completely possible by following these simple steps. Be Prepared By Knowing Your Routine Have all your skin-care items close by in a neat tray, including cotton pads and Q-tips. Just in case, leave your lip balm and heel exfoliant/balm on your bedside table so you.