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If you want to feel hydrated skin, a newborn baby’s skin is an excellent example…..soft, supple, healthy and offers an unforgettable pleasant touch.
Hydration keeps your skin always healthy and alive with freshness.
This condition happens when your skin is not able to produce or replenish its own natural oils.
An oil called sebum is natural oil produced by the body. It protects and moisturizes the skin and keeps the outer layers of your skin hydrated as it helps retain water. With less sebum, the symptoms of dry skin like Redness, flaking, and Itching start to appear. Skin will look lifeless and will have an uneven skin tone. While excess sebum causes breakouts on our skin and makes it look oily most of the time.
The skin is dehydrated when there is not enough water content in it. Even if there is enough natural oil on the skin, it can still be dehydrated! The symptoms of dehydrated skin are a dull or pale appearance that lacks the normal luster. The skin glow is lost.
This usually happens suddenly after a dehydrating experience like excess alcohol consumption, travelling to a dry place, extreme hot water bath, steam and sauna. Or it happens gradually in people who do not drink enough water or moisturise their skin regularly or in people who frequently indulge in steam sauna.
What causes dry facial skin?
Cold weather and wind, or a hot and dry climate will dehydrate your skin.
The type of skin that you have is decided by your genetic makeup. Understanding whether your skin is oily or dry or somewhere in middle will help you take care of it and keep it healthy.
The skin produces less sebum as we age and it retains less water. This causes both dry and dehydrated skin.
Dry facial skin is also caused by the lifestyle that we follow. Avoid the following to prevent dry facial skin:
- Excessive tanning (outdoors or at a salon)
- Spending too much time in direct sunlight
- Consuming too much alcohol
- Frequent steam / sauna sessions.
Use warm (not hot!) Water to wash your face
Wash face with warm water. Never use hot water for washing your face as it washes away the sebum which is needed for the skin to be kept moist.
Taking short showers
Long showers wash away the natural oils on your skin. Losing the natural oils is losing the moisture and hydration from the skin. It is recommended that you shower for under 10 minutes. It will also help save water!
Never ignore the weather
Protect your skin from hot, cold and windy weather. Wear a scarf on your face in the winters, and a summer hat/umbrella on your head in the hot sun. Wearing sunglasses also is advised.
Protect from Sun
Always a gentle cleansing
Choose the right moisturizer
Pat, Don’t rub!
Apply Moisturizer twice a day
Humidifiers in the house
Good diet and plenty of water
Drink plenty of water for keeping skin healthy and hydrated.
Avoid harsh soaps, Use a moisturizing cleanser
Use natural homemade remedies
- Honey binds to your skin and helps to restore the moisture. Make a milk and honey facewash and dab it on your skin with cotton.
- Washing skin with olive oil.
Additional treatment might be needed to reintroduce moisture into your skin
- Use water-based moisturizers which contain cocoa butter, coconut oil, jojoba oil, lanolin, olive oil, shea butter, or tallow.
- Use Aloe Vera based skin care products
- Use treatment oils that are Olive and jojoba-based.
- Get your skin type identified from a professional and use facial care products that suit your skin type.
- Face mask with moisturizing ingredients should be used. Choose masks that contain hyaluronic acid or ceramides, which repair dry skin and lock in moisture.
- Use facial masks containing citrus fruits, honey, almond oil, egg, or avocado. The facial masks should be used post showering for maximum benefits.
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