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Dry Skin


Environment and lifestyle impact our skin health.  Cold air and low temperatures can dry out our skin.  Not only that but, we run our home furnaces more when it's cold outside.  If you have gas forced air, consider a humidifier for your home or bedroom.

Low fat diets impact our skin's health. Adding Essential fatty acids to your diet is important to your skin's health.  Adding fatty acids that are included in our moisturizers is a big help.

Smoking deprives the skin of moisture but what's worse, it asphyxiates the skin.  Throw your cigarettes away.

‚ÄčNasal decongestants and alcoholic beverages can also dehydrate the skin.

Cleanse your face only at night.  If you have dry skin and shower in the morning, let the water cleanse your face, apply a serum, let it sit for a few seconds and then add your day moisturizer with the correct sunscreen.   Use a creamy or a non-drying cleanser at night.  Add a serum, let it sit for a few seconds and then apply your moisturizer.  Dry skin is the easiest to get under control. Moisture, moisture, moisture.


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