Dry Skin

Unfortunately, many of our Elite Facials patients suffer from this before starting treatment with us. Especially through the warmer times of the year, you’re going to run into dry skin patches and troubles more often. We offer quick relief to dry skin with hydrating facials and strong treatment options that will revitalize your skin and add a whole new level of beauty.

What Causes Dry Skin?

Dry skin isn’t just a seasonal thing. It can be genetic, poor skincare, aging, and other factors. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to reduce the dryness of your skin.

Moisturizing Properly

Moisturizing your skin is a major factor in dry skin. When you don’t ever moisturize your skin, you’ll see it dry out just a bit more often than when you over-moisturize. Depending on how dry and reactive your skin is to different moisturizers, twice a day is a good figure to hover around. This leaves room for you to moisturize a little more on particularly hot and dry days, while also reducing it to once a day if your skin is feeling particularly good that day. Otherwise, there shouldn’t be heavy variation from this routine to get the best results.

Comfortable Sleeping

Sleeping habits impact your sleep a great deal. When you sleep in uncomfortable, overly warm conditions, you’re going to sweat more. Sweating in a tight space under sheets will impact your skin a great deal.

To ensure that your sleep habits aren’t causing dryness in your skin, you’ll need to take the time to prepare some solutions. Additionally, humidifiers are fantastic additions to the room that keep you feeling comfortable and your skin hydrated.

Showering and Watersports

While it may seem counterintuitive, showering and watersports make it more difficult for your skin to stay hydrated.

Ingredients that Impact Your Skin

You’ll want to also take note of which products you’re using and the major components of those products that may be causing skin dryness/irritation. Once you do find that perfect moisturizer and skin cleanser, it’s worth noting how they compare in terms of ingredients to the previous skin care products you used.

To help your skin, look for emollient ingredients. These are put into moisturizers to stop your skin from drying out. Anything from olive oil, coconut oil, cocoa butter, and other similar ingredients will often keep your skin hydrated. Although, not all users have the same reactions to these ingredients. Take note of how your body reacts to them before committing to them as part of your daily routine.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

If your skin hasn’t been blessed with these perfect traits like most of us, we’d love to schedule an appointment with you.
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