21 Jul Dehydrated Skin or Dry Skin?
Dehydrated Skin vs Dry Skin – what’s the difference?
We hear the complaint “I have dry skin,” often enough. But actually there’s a big difference between this and dehydrated skin.
If you are prone to very dry, flaky skin that gets worse in the winter months and is not oily to the touch then the chances are that this is certainly a dry skin condition.
But what about dehydrated skin?
This is actually very different.
If your skin is oily but still feels flaky, tight and dry in places it is much more likely that you suffer from dehydrated skin.
What causes dehydrated skin?
Well, there are a number of factors that cause this particular skin complaint. One of the most common issues is using alcohol-based make up removers or very harsh make up products that are unkind to your face. There’s also lifestyle factors, such as regular sauna visits or constant swimming. These activities can dry out the skin whilst still causing the pores to produce oil, if not counteracted with the correct treatments.
You should make sure that your body is well-hydrated as this will certainly help. We also recommend that you avoid harsh chemicals and products on your skin wherever possible, not only if you suffer from this problem.
How do we treat it?
We start by giving you a free consultation to determine whether your skin is dehydrated or dry. We then have a variety of treatments that are specifically tailored to your skin type. These may include:
a home care routine to help you tackle the problem for good!
Don’t live with dry or flaky skin – we have hundreds of success stories from our clients and want to help you too!
Call us today and book your free consultation.