Welcome back, beautiful people! I believe your week is doing well as you are achieving those goals and getting does win.
Similarly, we are still on our skincare series. However, there are so many benefits of hydrating the skin, but we will only be highlighting five, these benefits are
Improved skin elasticity
Skin elasticity is the skin’s ability to stretch and snap back to its original shape. Loss of skin elasticity causes the skin to look saggy, crinkled, or leathery.
Reduced wrinkle appearance
Improved hydration plumps up deflated skin cells and irons out wrinkles this effect can be achieved in a short space of time with good skincare ingredients.
Dehydrated skin can be oily. Your skin has the ability to detect hydration levels and a lack of moisture signals sebaceous glands to produce oils. This feedback mechanism can be use in regulating by increasing hydration
Improved skin defences
Healthy, hydrated skin has better equipments to defend itself against environmental aggressors. With the aid of added anti-oxidants, fighting off free radicals becomes even easier.
Improved detox function
Healthy skin cells have the ability to flush out toxins and the by-products of metabolism that result in dull skin. The ability for skin to detox is reliant on effectively hydrating your skin.
Your acne is less aggravated
While acne is not exactly caused by oily skin, most acne sufferers can experience a worsening of their problematic condition when their skin gets oilier. What they may not know is that their oily skin may have been prompted by dehydrated skin to begin with. This is exacerbating by drying products that are used to control their acne breakout. This group of people can benefit from having hydration boost to their skin either through application of topical products or via a change of diet.
Your skin is less itchy and irritated
Dehydrated skin can cause itching, irritation and general discomfort to our skin.
Try using a harsh body cleanser and then leave your skin alone. I guarantee you’ll experience some sort of itching especially in the night. And for those suffering from eczema or psoriasis, this can be very disconcerting. Improving hydration can prevent itchy and irritated skin, providing relief to those suffering from sensitive skin conditions.
This where we will be drawing the curtain for today. Next week we will be taking a look at the different hydrating ingredients and their benefits. Don’t forget that we at Secure Health are just a click away