Ritual for Dehydrated Skin
Look for natural humectants such as glycerin, natural betaine, hyaluronic acid, sodium lactate and sodium PCA that bind water in the skin and keep it there. Natural oils and butters protect the skin from moisture loss. And most importantly, cleanse the skin with an oil cleanser to remove makeup and impurities while restoring the hydrolipidic film to prevent dehydration. Remember to hydrate the skin from the inside out by drinking plenty of water every day.
1. Every ritual starts with cleansing
In the evening: apply 2-3 pumps of re.start cleansing oil on dry skin. Massage it in. Wet your hands and continue massaging your face until milky liquid forms. Then rinse it off with lukewarm water. You can also use the face towel method - soak a face towel in warm water, wring it out and wipe off the dirt. Finally, splash your face with cold water and pat dry.
In the morning, we recommend skipping your morning cleansing routine. Instead, rinse your skin with lukewarm water and a few splashes of cold water to promote microcirculation.
2. Misting binds all together
Complete your cleansing ritual by soaking your skin with re.breezy mist. There is a WHY for this step - the mist improves penetration and absorption of all nutrients from serums and creams. Also, thanks to the biocompatible moisturising ingredients, it provides a light layer of moisture that prevents dehydration and excessive oil production.
2-3 sprays all over the face are your instant freshness and moisture boost. Use both morning and evening, whenever!
3. Moisturized skin is happy skin
In the morning, apply 1-2 drops of re.water serum to the skin while still misty damp and massage it into the skin. Then apply a pea-sized amount of re.vamp complete active moisturiser and massage into face, neck and décolleté - using strokes upward.
In the evening, mix 2 drops of re.water serum and 1-2 drops of re.glow oil serum in the palm of your hand and massage into skin with upward strokes. Close your eyes and breathe in the serenity of the pure essential oils.
Do not forget the neck and décolleté.
0. Beyond skin surface
Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) is the constant and subtle evaporation of water from the top layer of our epidermis. TEWL reflects the health of the skin barrier. Lipids in the upper layers of the skin are necessary to maintain the required amount of water in the skin. Linoleic acid, in particular, plays an important role in the synthesis of barrier lipids.
Drink enough water. A balanced diet benefits your whole body and your skin. In particular, foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids help improve the lipid barrier. Also, humidify the air during the winter months. Avoid too much coffee and diuretics, which can promote dehydration. Finally, pay attention to a balanced sleep rhythm - it is not called beauty sleep for nothing.