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Dry/Dehydrated Skin


Dry/Dehydrated Skin

Our skin naturally produces an oil called sebum. When the skin produces too much oil, this can lead to pimples. However, having some sebum on the skin is important for keeping it hydrated and protecting the cells from infection.


Skin that is not creating or replenishing enough sebum can become dry.


Dry skin can be itchy, and it may look flaky and bumpy or have red patches. Dehydrated skin lacks water and appears dull or rough.


Some potential causes of dry or dehydrated skin on the face include:


  • cold weather
  • dry air
  • exposure to harsh chemicals in soaps or other products
  • washing the skin excessively
  • unbalanced skin pH
  • skin conditions, such as atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis
  • diabetes
  • hypothyroidism
  • smoking
  • spending too much time in direct sunlight


People can treat dry skin using several different methods. The best treatment option will depend on the cause of someone’s dry skin and its severity. 


On a more scientific level, treatments that alter the skin’s ageing process by bringing back hyaluronic acid into the skin are very popluar. These treatments give hydration to the skin from inside out. With excellent and advanced hydration, the skin looks plumper, brighter, and more youthful. At the same time, it refreshes collagen production, giving long term, anti-ageing effects.

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