Dehydrated Skin: Lifestyle Best Practices

How to Treat

  • Oral Hydration. Hydrate from the inside out. Drink plenty of water throughout the day because it’s adding water into the complexion from the inside. You can also incorporate water rich foods into your diet, such as watermelon, strawberries, cucumber, and celery.
  • Topical Hydration. Add a boost of hydration throughout the day with a hydrating toning mist that is formulated with moisture retaining ingredients such as; watermelon, apple and lentil fruit extract.
  • Hydrator and Moisturizer. Use a morning and evening hydrator/moisturizer that contains both humectant and occlusive ingredients. keeps your skin hydrated every second of the day. Your skin can be dryer in the winter, so you should use a heavier moisturizer than what you use on a daily basis.
  • Environmental Elements. Prolonged exposure to the sun causes water to evaporate from skin. Cold winds, air conditioning units, forced air heating and low temperatures can also dry out skin and contribute to premature aging. Protect your skin with a full broad spectrum block that also contains antioxidants and humectant ingredients such as; silymarin, glycerin, urea and hyaluronic acid.