What is dehydrated skin?

Dehydrated skin, as the name suggests, is skin that lacks water. While with age, the skin's ability to retain essential water decreases, numerous other factors such as seasonal changes, pollution, heating, air conditioning, stress, lack of sleep, unbalanced diet, and the use of unsuitable cosmetics can contribute to skin dehydration. Therefore, it's important, from a young age, to hydrate your skin, especially in our modern world where pollution, stress, and unbalanced lifestyles pose challenges to our skin.

Dry skin, dehydrated skin, what's the difference?

Unlike dry skin, dehydrated skin lacks water rather than oil. It's a reversible skin condition. Dehydrated skin is thirsty, whereas dry skin is hungry.

How to achieve well-hydrated skin?

Drinking enough water is essential to counteract skin dehydration. However, for optimal hydration, it is recommended to apply a moisturizing cream.

Should I hydrate my skin even if it's oily?

Absolutely. Even oily skin can become dehydrated. If you have oily skin and don't hydrate it, your skin might actually demand additional hydration. To do this, use a cream with a lighter texture like our Ultra-Fresh Face Gel.

Is it normal for my skin to tingle after applying a cream?

It's normal for a cream to cause a slight tingling sensation on an irritated or itchy area. However, if you experience bumps, itching, and redness along with it, it could be an allergic reaction. In that case, it's best to discontinue the product's use and consult a dermatologist. If these symptoms persist, it's important to seek advice from a skincare professional.


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