Hi Klevies! Nice and decent hydrated skin is a sign of healthy skin. Skin that is less hydrated or also known as dehydrated skin can cause several skin problems such as dullness, itchiness, fine lines or wrinkles. Sure no one would like to experience these kinds of problems. But, did you know that dehydrated skin is not the same as dry skin?? So, even if you have normal or even oily combination skin, there is no guarantee that your skin is nicely hydrated nor guarantee that your skin would not experience dehydration.
The skin consists of three layers: the outermost layer of skin (epidermis), beneath the epidermis (dermis), and the deeper subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis). When the outermost layer of the skin doesn’t hold enough water, the skin will easily lose its elasticity and feels more textured. The lacking water content in the skin indicates that you are experiencing dehydrated skin.
You might think dehydrated skin is the same as dry skin, but it’s not. Dehydrated skin is a condition and can be treated by having to change some habits or routines. Consuming enough water daily is known to help to hydrate your skin, but it’s not everything you can do! You need to do a lot more than drink enough water.
To determine whether your skin is dehydrated, do this simple test by pinching a little part of your skin and see if it left wrinkly spots here and there or if your skin doesn’t bounce right back, then your skin is probably dehydrated. Find out what you should do or what you shouldn’t do here!
So, what you should NOT do when you found out that your skin is dehydrated? First of all, avoid hot or warm water! Washing your face with warm or hot water can reduce skin moisture and trigger skin inflammation.
Choosing the right facial cleanser is also an important thing to do to maintain your skin hydration. If you use a cleanser or a face wash that contains perfume, alcohol, sls/sles and any other harsh chemicals that may irritate your skin, it’s time for you to switch to a gentler face wash that doesn’t steal all the moisture of your skin.
Kleveru Sea Buckthorn Cleansing Gel can be the right alternative for you to choose! Not only because it is gentle and doesn’t dry out the skin, but Sea Buckthorn Cleansing Gel is also alcohol-free, perfume-free, paraben-free, and SLS/SLES-free. Instead of using SLS/SLES, Sea Buckthorn Cleansing Gel contains Houttuynia Cordata as its natural cleansing agent that is gentle for your skin but still has a superb ability to get rid of excess oil and remaining specks of dirt on your face without making your face lose its moisture.
One small but precious step to get rid of skin dehydration is to optimize your nighttime skincare nutrition. Nighttime is the most perfect time for your skin to regenerate, so keeping it moisturized and hydrated at night would improve a lot of the skin regeneration process for a healthier look on your skin.
That’s why, there are a few criteria that you have to pay more attention to, especially when you are doing your nighttime skincare rituals. One and the most essential thing is to choose the right ingredients that will moisturize and lock your skin hydration for as long as you are sleeping and the ingredients that are able to maintain a healthy skin barrier. You can always find these criteria inside a magical jar of Sea Buckthorn Night Cream which is enriched with a lot of moisturizing and hydrating nutrition for your skin such as Sea Buckthorn, Oat, Cholesterol, Cica and CoQ10 or Coenzyme Q10.
Sea Buckthorn Night Cream is a 2in1 Ultra Hydrating Moisturizer & Daily Sleeping Mask. By that being said, you can really lean on Sea Buckthorn Night Cream to be your sleeping mask that will work nicely for your skin even in the night when you have your best time to sleep and rest, without giving a thick and sticky feeling and you will wake up with a healthy glowing supple skin in the next morning!
Don’t forget to complete your nighttime skincare routine with Sea Buckthorn Essence Toner to ensure that your skin is hydrated nicely as much as it needs!
So Klevies, have you checked your skin hydration level today? ;)
Get Rid Of Dehydrated Skin During The Night
by Kleveru | 23 December 2021