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Dry Skin vs. Dehydrated Skin

Dry skin vs. dehydrated skin: how to treat each type correctly

Are you struggling with rough, itchy skin? Recognizing whether your skin is dry or dehydrated can be challenging, as both conditions share similar discomfort and symptoms. However, it's crucial to differentiate between the two, as misdiagnosis can hinder the effectiveness of your skincare routine.

In this comprehensive guide, we'll illuminate the disparities between dry and dehydrated skin and steer you towards the optimal beauty regimen. Learn what defines dry skin and discover the best practices for its care.

Understanding Dry Skin

Dry skin is skin to oily skin but with a distinct underlying issue. It's a persistent condition characterized by a deficiency in lipids, specifically a shortfall in sebum production—a vital fatty substance responsible for skin balance and its protective function.

Key Symptoms: Dry skin constantly feels tight, regardless of seasonal or climatic conditions. It may exhibit flaking, itching, redness, a coarse texture, and a lackluster complexion.

Expert Care for Dry Skin: Nourish your dry skin daily with lipid-rich skincare products, including nourishing vegetable oils and plant butters.

  • Initiate your routine with the Hydration Body Gel to provide instant nourishment post-shower. Apply this product to damp skin. 

  • Follow with the Calm or Better Aging Body Oil, packed with essential lipids like cold pressed jojoba oil (and many more) and squalane.

  • Complete the regimen by applying the Smooth Body Lotion, enriched with Lactic Acid to very dry/rough skin a couple times per week to exfoliate those areas. 

Understanding Dehydrated Skin

Dehydrated skin is characterized by a scarcity of moisture. Unlike dry skin, this is a transient condition that can affect all skin types.

Key Symptoms: Dehydrated skin exhibits occasional tightness, lacks suppleness and comfort, and may show early signs of wrinkles and fine lines.

Optimal Care for Dehydrated Skin: Prioritize hydration by ensuring you consume an adequate daily water intake (at least 1.5 - 2 liters). Additionally, provide your skin with ample moisture through water-rich skincare products and hydrating agents.

  • Apply our Hydration Body Gel on damp skin after showering. This might seem like it is too light, however you will notice your skin change once you are consistent with your routine. It is a true powerhouse of moisturizing and plumping active ingredients, to be applied both morning and night.


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Hydration Body Gel

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