When your skin does not produce enough oil, it is considered dry. And you may find your skin does not maintain its moisture throughout the day.
Many, but not all, mature or aging individuals fall into this category of dry skin because as we age, our skin has a tendency to produce less oil.
The pores are usually small or barely noticeable. However, some dry skin types may experience a rough, flaky texture.
This type of skin usually feels dry after cleansing and needs to use a moisturizer right away.
Dry skin is prone to fine lines, wrinkles, skin sensitivities as well as water loss or dehydration.
In warm and humid climates, dry skin types often feel great. The moisture helps this skin type retain its oil.
In cool and dry climates, water loss can occur and the skin will often feel much drier and can feel tight and dry.
What Ingredients Work Best ?
Used by Queen Cleopatra thousands of years ago, the lactic acid in goats milk naturally removes dead skin cells and is high in Vitamin A which is necessary to repair damaged skin as well as maintain healthy skin.
Rose water is a liquid made from water and rose petals.
The antioxidants in rosewater protect the skin cells from damage.
It's anti-inflammatory properties soothe inflamed skins like eczema and rosacea.
It also helps reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles
Stimulates the production of oil in dry skin
Produced from the seeds of carrots
High in Vitamins A & E
Nature's skin brightener and lightener
ORGANIC ALOE VERA
Aloe vera helps fight inflammation and helps the skin heal.
Nature's most effective remedy for acne, eczema and psoriasis
3 DAYS TO BEAUTIFUL SKIN SAMPLER BOX | DRY SKIN
Your Curated Sampler Box Contains:
1 oz Milk Cleanser
1oz Deep Pore Cleanser
1oz Rosewater Tonic
.25oz Rapid Repair Serum
.25 oz Ageless Serum
.25oz Rosewater Cream
.25oz Clear Skin Exfoliating Masque
.25oz Even Skin Sunscreen SPF 30
Skin Care Tips
The goal of the dry skin type is to make sure it is properly moisturized and hydrated. That means not using products that rob your skin of its natural oils and water.
Dry skin is also subject to becoming sensitive and dehydrated as well. If your skin is extremely tight and dry, it may be dehydrated and dry meaning it lacks oil and water. See Dry Dehydrated Sensitive Skin
Dry skin types should cleanse with cleansers that don't strip it of its natural oils. Milk based cleansers nourish and cleanse the skin while protecting its moisture balance.
Eating foods high in essential fatty acids like those found in fatty fish like salmon and tuna will help alleviate dryness from the inside out.
Dry skin types should avoid harsh foaming and gel type cleansers and any cleanser that makes the skin feel dry immediately after cleansing.
Natural ingredients like blue green algae, kiwi, goats milk, rose, honey, cranberries, tamanu oil, neem oil and rosehip oil along with aloe will nourish and protect this delicate skin type.
An exfoliating mask will clear any impurities and exfoliate dead skin cells revealing a beautiful glowing complexion underneath.
Daily use of a sunscreen will even out your skin tone.