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Let’s be honest; dry skin isn’t something anyone wants to deal with. Not only can dry skin make your skin feel incredibly tight and itchy, but it is also often a big indicator that your skin may not be getting the care it needs. While a lack of essential nutrients or emotional stress can certainly trigger dryness in the skin, one of the most common causes of dry skin is simply lacking the proper routine to care for it. Believe it or not, a bad skincare routine can make or break the health of your skin, and honestly, you may not even know you’re doing something wrong. Don’t worry––this is nothing to feel bad about and often goes unnoticed by many. However, since this is such a widespread problem in the beauty world, today, we wanted to focus on how to care properly for dry skin and keep it as healthy as can be.
In this blog, we’re going to cover the best routine for dry skin, a few signs you may be suffering from it, and how you can keep your skin thriving through a few simple changes in your everyday routine. Let’s get started.
To start, we first wanted to go over a few signs you may be experiencing dry skin. While some people are born with a dry skin type, others can develop it from using low-quality products or by having bad skincare habits. With that said, a few signs you may be suffering from dry skin include:
As you can see, dry skin is incredibly common and can come from a variety of sources. For that reason, it is important to work to treat dry skin as soon as it appears to avoid as much discomfort as possible.
Now that we’ve gone over a few of the signs and causes of dry skin, let’s dive into a simple routine you can follow each day to care for dry skin to keep it flourishing.
To start, you’ll want to make sure you have a good cleanser to kick off your skincare routine. While cleansers, in general, are known for helping to remove dirt and oil from your skin, they can also help fight build-up in your pores and can even reduce inflammation in the skin (which, if you ask us, is a total win-win). For that reason, you’ll want to make sure you pick up a cleanser full of detoxing ingredients to use as the base for your skincare routine.
For this, we recommend the Bio-Hybrid Face Foam Cleanser. Designed to help balance and rehydrate your skin, this cleanser is rich in essential nutrients that can help boost your skin back to health, improve texture, and keep you feeling confident and beautiful wherever you go. Not to mention, it’s the perfect product to use to prep your skin for a beautiful fresh canvas of makeup and can be used both morning and night.
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Next, skin suffering from dryness is bound to become flakey real quick and is often an indicator that it may be time to up your exfoliating routine. Truly, exfoliating is a gal’s best friend when it comes to maintaining healthy skin, and can help with everything from removing excess build-up to boosting the skin’s elasticity (who knew, right?).
According to Healthline, it is often recommended that those experiencing excessive dry skin should generally exfoliate one to two times per week. Of course, talking to your dermatologist is the best way to figure out what works best for your personal skin concerns. More than anything, just make sure you make exfoliating a priority in your skincare routine if you want to keep away excess dryness and feel like the beauty queen you are.
Next, another crucial step of a good skincare routine is to remember to use toner. Toners are kind of a big deal in the beauty world for their ability to help improve moisture retention, improve skin texture, reduce flakiness, and even help to restore your skin’s natural pH (dermcollective.com).
With that said, hyaluronic acid has become a popular ingredient in toners and serums for those with dry skin due to its ability to regulate your skin’s natural pH levels and keep your skin hydrated. However, glycerin and Vitamin E are also excellent choices for their naturally soothing and replenishing properties as well (dermstore.com). No matter which ingredients you prefer to use, a moisturizing toner is crucial for those with dry skin and should be used after cleansing and exfoliating the face for the best results.
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Next, before you delve into applying that lush moisturizer you’ve been dying to use, you’ll want to take some time to apply a hydrating serum to your face. Serum is a crucial step in your skincare routine for those with dry skin and is not only loaded with essential nutrients that your skin will soak up like a sponge, but it can also help to improve the skin’s elasticity, regenerate skin cells, and even improve the overall texture of your skin (healthline.com).
Take the Anti-Aging Bio-Hybrid Face Serum, for example. This serum is loaded with a rich selection of ingredients that supply everything you need to renew, plump, brighten, and nourish the skin. Not to mention, it has also been carefully crafted with a versatile selection of plant-derived ingredients that are gentle, cruelty-free, and perfect for those with sensitive skin. Whatever you choose, a hydrating serum is a great versatile addition to your skincare routine and can help keep your skin soft, silky, and thriving all day long (and trust us, your skin will love you for using it).
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Next, another key part of building the perfect skincare routine for dry skin is making sure your skin is getting plenty of hydration. While dry skin may not necessarily indicate that your skin is lacking hydration, a little extra boost in your moisturizing routine isn’t likely to hurt. When our skin is properly hydrated, it helps our body better repair skin cells and reduces our chances of inflammation. Not to mention, moisturizer also helps to keep our skin plump and keeps our natural protective barrier strong (I mean, seriously, what can’t a good moisturizer do?). For that reason, moisturizer is known to be one of the most crucial steps in your beauty routine that you should never skip.
Now, for those with dry skin, you may want to look for moisturizers containing hydrating ingredients such as Vitamin E or shea butter. This is because Vitamin E and shea butter are believed to be deeply nourishing for dry skin and may help alleviate the tight, itchy discomfort that often goes along with it. Not to mention, these ingredients can help to moisturize the skin with all-natural oils that can leave it fresh and glowy with each use. Whatever ingredients you prefer to use, make sure you don’t skip out on proper moisturizing daily if you want to keep your skin plump and radiant all day long.
Lastly, since dry skin is sensitive and prone to irritation, you’ll want to take extra precautions to keep it protected when you’re out and about. While the sun is already known to be the leading cause of premature aging in the skin as it is, those with dry skin are often more at risk of UVA and UVB damage that can cause the skin to dry out more quickly (and girl––ain’t nobody got time for that!). So, while it may not seem like a big deal at first, be sure you don’t skip out on lathering up with a little SPF 30 before you go out if you want to avoid excess dryness, damage, and early signs of aging (trust us; your skin will thank you later).
Overall, dry skin can sometimes be a hassle to deal with, but it usually just needs a little extra care and love to work to flourish. While it may take a little time to get back on track, a few mistakes in your routine may be the only thing stopping you from achieving healthy, vibrant skin. Be patient, nurture your skin, and remember to love yourself every step of the way. With time and some dedicated attention, you’re bound to achieve the clear, radiant, and dewy skin of your dreams in no time.
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