There’s nothing worse than the feeling of itchy, red and dehydrated skin. Not only does it feel horrible, but its’ appearance alone can cause self-consciousness in anybody. Before understanding how to treat dehydrated skin, it’s important to know the difference between dehydration and simply dry skin. Dehydrated skin, unlike dry skin, is characterized by a lack of moisture; dry skin is just skin lacking in oil. So if you think your skin may be dehydrated, how can you go about returning it to normal?
- Avoid rough scrubs and cleansing brushes; these can serve to further irritate your skin, and they can even be painful.
- Ignoring the temptation to overload on perfume and other fragrances, especially those that contain retinol.
- Staying away from extreme temperatures, such as anywhere near AC units or forced air heating. Also, wearing extra clothing when in frigid wind or blistering heat.
- Vitamin B3 boosts ceramides and fatty acids in the stratum corneum when in the form of niacinamide, which has a positive impact on barrier function.
- Hyaluronic acid is one of the most effect ingredients when considering skin hydration, especially when used multi-weight in a formulation.
As with any other skin condition, the application of moisturizer can only have positive effects; a useful moisturizer is necessary to maintain the health and wellness of your skin. TuckerAshley has a wide range of products designed to return moisture to dry or dehydrated skin, everything from a Hydrating Facial Mask incorporating hyaluronic acid to the more basic yet effective Perfecting Moisturizer. Check out the wide range of products and find out how you can truly cherish the skin you’re in.