Wednesday, January 18, 2017Advising consumers

Special care for dry skin

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You take care of what you love; when your skin struggles to produce enough lipid to keep it moist, then it is time for you to give and extra hand to your body, pamper your skin with some extra care and make it soft and glow again. And here’s how it works.

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From head to toe
If the skin lacks in moisture or lipids, can be easily spotted during the cleansing routine: If the skin immediately feels tight, parched or even itchy after taking a shower or a bath, this could be a sign that it’s not able to produce enough lipids. After facial cleansing, these signs may show up as well. If you feel related to some of this signs, it’s time for some special care; starting under the shower: Many shower oils or creams contain rich formulations and ingredients such as shea butter or almond oil that moisturize the skin while showering. Nourishing body creams and lotions with refatting ingredients, favor the skin with moisture while promoting its own lipid production since their components are very similar to the natural skin lipids (ceramides, fatty acids and cholesterol).
Winterize your hands & nails
Our hands are especially sensitive during the cold season as the skin is very thin and barely has subcutaneous fatty tissue. Chemical substances such as aggressive cleansing products or excessive hand washing, take a heavy toll on this sensitive part of the body. To protect it from the daily exposure and harmful impact, make sure to keep …

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