6 Mistakes to Avoid If You Have Dry Skin

Dry skin can be very uncomfortable and irritating, indicated by flakiness, itchiness, and redness. Possible causes include using harsh soaps and strong exfoliants or even certain medical conditions. Lack of moisture retention within the skin also leads to dry skin concerns.

When it comes to dry skin, look for an advanced technology that offer intense hydration to manage your dry skin. Apart from this, you should avoid making these mistakes that may add to your dry skin concerns.

Stop doing this for dry skin

1. Not having a consistent skincare routine

Dermatologists recommend having a consistent skincare regimen to care for dry skin. The ideal skincare routine for dry skin should be to cleanse, treat, moisturise and protect. Use a gentle cleanser that does not strip natural oils from the skin. Follow up with a formulation specifically designed for dry skin concerns. The moisturising step is critical, so pick an intense, hydrating moisturiser, specifically a high-science formulation that is a blend of potent ingredients. Lastly, finish it up with sunscreen.

2. Not using sunscreen that suits your skin type

Sunscreen is an essential part of the dry skincare routine. But make sure you use the ones made for your skin type. Mattifying sunscreen can dry out your skin, so avoid using them. Instead, choose a gel or cream formulation.

3. Not moisturising your lips

Lips do not have sebaceous glands, meaning they can not produce oil to keep them moisturised. Therefore, you need to provide a layer of moisture to prevent flakiness and dryness.  

4. Not using gentle products

Everyday skincare products that contain alcohol, artificial fragrance, a high percentage of AHA, etc., can dry out the skin. Also, they irritate dry skin. So make sure you use gentle products specifically designed for sensitive skin

5. Using harsh exfoliators

Rubbing your dry skin with bath scrubs and sponges can damage the skin's texture. Avoid using these products. Also, make sure you towel dry your skin.

6. Not eating a nutrition-rich diet

Foods containing essential fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants are best to tackle dry skin problems. Coconut oil, oatmeal, salmon, green vegetables and dry fruits are best for healthy skin. These nutrients help prevent epidermal water loss and repair damaged skin cells.

Dry skin concerns can affect any individual at any age. Eating healthy food containing all the vital nutrients is crucial to maintaining healthy skin. Plus, you must choose high-science technology clinically proven to treat dry skin concerns. The unique formulation of Hyaluronic Acid Technology is designed to provide long-lasting moisturisation and hydration. It is also clinically proven to strengthen the skin barrier and hydrate skin from the inside out. This revolutionary technology is one of its kind to replenish dry skin.

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