Dehydration is a skin condition that affects 97% of Australians – as the weather begins to change – find out why Dehydration is a bigger problem than you think.
One of the biggest consequences of dry, dehydrated skin is an increase in sensitivity, as dryness and dehydration are precursors to sensitized skin. Addressing it quickly can help stave off issues of sensitization. However, don’t immediately gravitate towards prescribing super-emollient cleansers and creams, as emollient products could aggravate dehydrated skin that’s also classified as oily. A thorough skin analysis is your ultimate tool in the successful treatment of this challenging skin condition.
Both dry and dehydrated skin can experience:
- Irritation, inflammation, itchiness and sensitivity
- A feeling of tightness or tautness
- A look or feel of roughness
- Slight to severe flaking and scaling
- Fine lines, severe redness and cracks that can sometimes bleed
Dry skin can be genetically determined or a product of an increasingly stressful lifestyle coupled with continual exposure to the sun, wind and chemicals in the environment. It can also be caused by the use of inappropriate products on the skin: meaning it is extremely important that skin care professionals are highly trained in properly diagnosing dry, dehydrated skin for the most effective treatment and product regimen.
What would I do to turn around dehydrated skin?
With the use of Biomimetic ingredients, I will restore and maintain your skin’s optimization.
Balancing the acid mantle is the first step to take as any further treatment needs to begin with a hydrated canvas.
Along with Pro Dermal Peels in salon, it is very important to have the best suited product at home to assist in your skins repair, after-all 70% of your skin care is performed at home.
O Cosmedics has a large range of skin care solutions that can be prescribed to suit each individual as we don’t all need the same products.
Call to book an appointment so we can formulate a suitable program to restore and re-balance your skin to a more youthful look! 0412 410 266
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Posted by Skin Education International on Tuesday, 2 May 2017