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Dryness and dehydration aren’t synonyms
Learn about different skin conditions
Dryness and dehydration actually refer to two totally different skin conditions.
Dry skin is a skin type, and occurs when your sebaceous glands don’t produce enough oil to keep your skin properly lubricated. Sebaceous glands are located on every surface of your skin, with the exception of your palms, bottom lip, and the soles of your feet.
Exposure to dry weather conditions, hot water, and certain chemicals can cause your skin to dry out. Dry skin can also result from underlying medical conditions.
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Dehydrated skin doesn’t always feel flaky or itchy—it can even feel oily—but it’s effectively stripped of all its naturally occurring sebum, which leads to skin that feels tight or even extra greasy. To counter this, lay off the exfoliation and harsh cleansers immediately and embrace gentle, organic products instead that will help to rebalance your skin natural sebum production.
What to use?
Smooth over your body with cold-pressed plant oils of jojoba, coconut, camellia, tamanu and rosehip oil which contain nourishing vitamins, pigments, fatty acids that are essential to the skin’s natural defense system. Besides, these natural nectars pressed from plants which provide moisture to clarify and penetrate pores to make your skin balanced, glowing, healthy and beautiful.
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Anita T. Tóth
Founder of Go Natural Organic Skincare