Skincare Routines For Dry Skin

107 secrets skincare routines for dry skin

When it comes to skincare routines, there is no one size fits all answer. The routine that will work best for your skin is largely dependent on your skin type. If you have dry skin, you will understand the challenges that come with finding suitable products. Dryness often results in skin flaking, irritability, redness and more. In this guide, we share with you the best practices for taking care of dry skin.

Use A Gentle Cleanser

A gentle cleanser should be used on dry skin, which tends to get irritated easily. Harsh ingredients will only aggravate your skin, hence you want to be careful in your choice of cleanser. Besides leaving your skin clean by removing any dirt and grime that has accumulated throughout the day, a good cleanser for dry skin should not strip it of moisture. Our gentle low pH cleanser is formulated for all skin types and contains 7-year aged vinegar as well as green tea leaf. Coming with antibacterial protection and anti-inflammatory properties, your dry skin will love this cleanser.

    107 secrets skincare routines for dry skin

    Remember to Moisturize

    Dry skin requires hydration and to that end, a hydrating moisturizer is your best bet. Our EVERYDAY PLUMP Hydro Cream is lightweight and does not clog the pores, providing your skin with the nourishment it needs while protecting from hydration loss and external stressors. It has hydrating ingredients like sunflower oil, squalane, and four different types of probiotic ferments. Skin will feel plumped with hydration and skin nourishing ingredients. Our moisturizing cream also seals all of the layers previously applied to give long lasting hydration.

    Best Practices

    Besides using gentle, suitable products for your skin, developing a good skincare routine involves changing of certain lifestyle habits as well. Below are some best practices to take note of when caring for dry skin:

    • Avoid exfoliating too often as it can strip your skin of its natural oils and dry it out. As a general rule, people with dry skin should exfoliate only once a week.
    • Skip long, hot showers. Warm water can further strip your skin of its natural oils. If you really have to take a hot shower such as during winter, limit the duration to 10 minutes.
    • Do not spend too long in climate-controlled environments. This includes rooms where the air conditioning or heater is on. These environments tend to be dry ones, which can exacerbate your dry skin problems.

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