hydrating facial products are designed to increase the water content of the skin. They usually contain some occlusive agents to keep moisture from leaving the skin, and more humectants (like glycerin, hyaluronic acid or honey) to attract moisture to the skin. They are also likely to contain agents that are responsible for the uptake of water into the skin (like panthenol, amino acids, certain vitamins, and water).
So this is why hydrating products are often said to be moisturizing as well. However, moisturizing and hydrating are not the same. To me, hydrating means the actual replenishment of moisture or water to skin cells.
🌻Benefits 🌼1. Your skin looks more plump and supple
For one, having enough water content in our epidermis would not cause our skin to become dehydrated.
2. Your skin looks less dull and more healthy
Besides a buildup of dead skin cells, dull skin is also caused by a lack of hydration.
🌼3. Your skin becomes less oily
Dehydrated skin is a key culprit for causing your skin to become oilier. How? When your skin becomes dehydrated, it sends signal for the glands to defend the skin and produce more oil.
🌼4. Your acne is less aggravated
While acne is not exactly caused by oily skin, most acne sufferers can experience a worsening of their problematic condition when their skin gets oilier. But what they may not know is that their oily skin may have been prompted by dehydrated skin to begin with. This is exacaberated by drying products that are used to control their acne breakout. So this group of people can benefit from having more hydration boost to their skin either through an application of topical products or via a change of diet.
🌼5. Your skin is less itchy and irritated
Dehydrated skin can cause itching, irritation and general discomfort to our skin. Try using a harsh body cleanser and then leave your skin alone. I guarantee you’ll experience some sort of itching especially in the night. #acnefree #bodycream #newtechnology #nobleachingzone #riovianskincare #beautylover #skincare #antiaging #skinbrighteninghitening #skin #instaskincare #acnescars #beautyblogger #1 #serums #acne #skincarelover #beautyskin #riovians #melaninpop #cream #relumins #rsc #skincaregh #skincareroutine #hyperpigmentation #healthyskin #reluminsnightlotion #beautylife #eatandglow