Skin Aging & Dehydration

Skin Aging & Dehydration

Did you know skin dehydration leads to premature skin aging? When your skin is parched consistently it looks older and rougher than it should. Fine lines and deep wrinkles are more prominent. And nothing shows age like your hands. Even when people have a great skincare regimen for their face, many often neglect their hands so they often look even older. Your hands do a lot of work for you. Be kind to them.

There is a difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin. You can have a dry skin type but if you keep it moisturized consistently then your skin is not dehydrated. You can actually have oily skin normally but your skin can still get dehydrated. So many factors can cause dehydration, which is moisture loss. Stress, environmental factors, travel, pollution, alcohol, diet, and not getting enough water inside your body. These can happen at any time.

Keep skin hydrated by using a product that creates a healthy barrier between your skin and the world. Fix Your Sh*t not only creates a healthy barrier, it only uses all-natural ingredients safe for sensitive skin. These ingredients let your skin breathe while still protecting it from moisture loss, so your skin can repair itself. Sweet right? 

Consistently getting enough water is incredibly important. But if you drink plenty of water already, and still have trouble with dry skin and dehydrated skin, make sure you are consistently moisturizing your skin with a thick, skin-barrier loving balm. 

There is a lot of buzz in the beauty industry about humectant ingredients like hyaluronic acid for moisturization and anti-aging / skin plumping. Hyaluronic acid acts as a moisture grabber, to be frank. It grabs moisture from the surroundings to bind that moisture to itself. So if you are in a humid environment when you use hyaluronic acid, it will pull moisture from the air and to your skin, giving you a nice plumping effect. The problem is, if you’re in a dry area, your skin is dry, and you’re not giving your skin any other moisture, the hyaluronic acid is not useful because there is no moisture to grab. So you need to feed your skin with moisturizing and nourishing ingredients.

More questions about how to care for dehydrated and dry skin? Ask me below.

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