Both the appearance and the texture of the complexion can be impacted by dry skin, as it can look dull and feel rough. When the skin becomes significantly dry, it can also lead to patches that are scaly in appearance, or starts to flake. This concern is frequently experienced by people as they get older and is characteristic of those who are affected by eczema or psoriasis, which can also cause the skin to become cracked or may even bleed.
Dry skin is simply caused by the lack of moisture. Hydrated skin is soft and supple, and maintains a youthful glow. Warm weather, cold weather, windy conditions and central heating can strip the skin of moisture, causing it to dry out. The ageing process can also contribute as a decline in collagen also means a decline in hyaluronic acid, the natural substance found within the skin that maintains hydration. Without adequate hydration the skin is less efficient at natural exfoliation, causing dead skin cells to build up on the surface and block its natural glow. As well as eczema and psoriasis, other medical conditions such as: dermatitis, kidney disease and diabetes can make the skin prone to becoming dry.
It is important for most people that a regular skin care routine includes applying a moisturiser to the skin, both to the face and the rest of the body. Most people find that a store-bought product will adequately re-hydrate the skin, however in some cases, a more targeted skin care approach is needed.
The Facebible can carry out an in-depth skin consultation to determine your skin type and establish the most suitable products for you to use. Our bespoke skin consultations involve the use of skin VISIA analysis, which looks at the deeper levels of the dermis, and can identify a range of concerns before they’ve become noticeable.
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