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Top Tips on How to Hydrate Your Skin

June 14, 2021

Top tips on how to hydrate your skin - Laduora

WHY IS HYDRATION IMPORTANT?

Hydration is an important step for dry, combination, and oily skin. No matter what type or condition of your skin, hydration is essential to maintain healthy, and supple skin. One of the major benefits of keeping your skin hydrated is it avoids signs of aging. People who hydrate their skin regularly in their youth are much more likely to have better complexions when they are older. Another major benefit of staying hydrated is that it helps your skin to flush out toxins much more easily. When your skin is dehydrated, it is highly possible to cause skin problems to include rashes, eczema, and even acne. Hydrating your skin can reduce your chances of any skin problems arising.

 

WHAT IS DEHYDRATED SKIN?

Dehydrated skin feels tight, looks dull, and exaggerates the sign of aging like wrinkles and dark circles beneath the eyes. Like dry skin, redness and inflammation are common signs of dehydration. But unlike dry skin, dehydrated skin is a temporary condition and can be easily relieved with a combination of topical treatments and lifestyle changes.

 

THE MOST EFFECTIVE SKINCARE ROUTINE TO HYDRATE YOUR SKIN

  1. Wash with a gentle cleanser

The best way to cleanse dehydrated skin is with a gentle cleanser that doesn’t contain alcohol or fragrance. Make sure it contains gentle ingredients that do not over-dry your skin.

  1. Follow with a hydrating serum

Hydrating serums contain an extremely high concentration of active ingredients – it instantly enhances your skin’s hydration, prevents it from drying out and improve its moisture retention. Due to their concentrated formula, hydrating serums can be used on target skin areas to neutralize redness, prevent acne, and brightening dark spots.

  1. Finish with a moisturizer

Moisturizers can help seal in serum and prevent water loss while delivering critical hydration to the skin’s surface.

laduora rejuvenating conductive serum with hyaluronic acid and provitamin B5

KEY HYDRATION INGREDIENTS

  • Hyaluronic acid – naturally found in skin, it is the best ingredient for dry skin due to its ability to attract moisture and locks it in. We lose Hyaluronic acid over time, but LADUORA® rejuvenating serum with added provitamin B5 works to help keep skin hydrated and looking “plumped”, resulting in supple, smooth skin.
  • Glycerin works as a humectant, so it attracts water from the air to the top layer of your skin. It moisturizes your skin and gives it a lovely dewy look.
  • Ceramides are fatty acids in the skin that help to maintain the skin barrier and retain moisture and hydration, improve visible signs of aging, and help block environmental damage.

Be aware of products with denatured alcohol or ethanol as an active ingredient. This type of alcohol dries out the skin and any moisture along with it, so it is not an ideal ingredient for dry skin.




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