Skin dehydration occurs irrespective of skin type(oily, normal, dry skin), but rather due to the irregular balance of oil and moisture in the skin,.
Skin actually possesses its own natural moisture factor (NMF) which enables it to keep itself moisturized. However, as we age, these moisture factors decrease and laeads to skin dehydration. In addition, skin also tends to lose its moisture during cold, dry weather, when exposed to UV rays, and in excessive air conditioned or heated environments among others. Also, as we age, the decrease in hormone secretion in women hinders sebum production, and on the other hand, accelerates moisture evaporation from skin and ultimately leads to rapid skin dehydration. When skin is dehydrated, it not only produces unsightly complexions, but also worsens wrinkling.
First, check to see if your skin needs only moisture, or both oil and moisture. If your skin shines and feels only partially tight, or if the tight feeling disappears 30 minutes after you have cleansed your face, you have a skin that lacks moisture. If your skin looks dull and lacks firmness, and feels tight or shows the appearance of flackiness even after you have applied makeup over a cream, then you have skin that lacks both oil and moisture. We recommend the IASO Hydro line, which reproduces your skin's original, natural moisture film. One more important fact! It is essential to first go through the exfoliation process with IASO Clear Conditioner, Booster or Peeling Gel, since it is normal for the dehydrated skin to have accumulated dead cells on the skin surface which prevents sufficient penetration of moisture ingredients. It is also fundamental to drink plenty of water and avoid stress and excessive sunlight.