HOW TO CARE FOR DRY FACIAL SKIN
About 50% of all women and girls have dry skin. Those who suffer from pimples and high fat content can only dream of such a thin, supple, velvety and matte skin. We learn in this article how to save and increase all its “pluses” and not eliminate the “minuses”.
First, let's look at what factors can increase dryness of the skin:
- sun rays;
- too high or, conversely, low temperatures;
- excessive exposure to salt water;
- improper cosmetic care;
- vitamin deficiency.
Unfortunately, dryness may increase with age, which leads to the early appearance of the first wrinkles, especially in the corners of the eyes ("crow's feet").
What mistakes are often made when caring for dry skin?
- frequent washing with soap;
- abuse of alcohol-containing tonics, powder and other drying products;
- the use of peelings, scrubs, as well as masks based on mineral clay.
And now we offer to talk about effective care, taking into account each of its stages.
Water of room temperature or cool is considered to be the most gentle for skin of this type (hot water reduces tone, and too cold narrows blood vessels and disrupts blood supply).
A good option for make-up remover and washing are products such as foam, micellar water or a two-phase product.
The use of alcohol-free organic-based tonics, including moisturizing components, will be optimal.
HYDRATION AND NUTRITION
Moisturizing creams with SPF filters will help saturate the skin with moisture and also protect it from loss. They will protect the skin from all-weather exposure to ultraviolet rays, such as NATURE.med® “Moisturized protected face” cream. Due to odorless onion flavones, olive and almond in the composition, it deeply moisturizes, nourishes with vitamins and soothes dry and sensitive skin.
As for nourishing creams, dense oily textures will be just optimal for this type of skin.
We hope that proper care of dry skin will preserve its youth and beauty for a long time!