Ingredients to Include in your Skin Care Regime for dry skin issues

By Skin & Hair Academy  |   June 28, 2016
dry skinWaging a war against dry skin for a long time? If you haven’t been very lucky with home based remedies, it’s time you dug a little deeper into the problem. Perhaps, some knowledge on what ingredients to look out for in your daily-use lotions and oils could help you beat the dryness. With that said, here go five essential ingredients that you can include in your skin care regime:
 
 
Peptides
Peptides are protein molecules in the body that help produce more collagen and enhance the elasticity of your skin. For a person battling dry skin, peptides benefit by thickening the support structure, thus, creating a balance between skin cells.
 
Glycolic Aciddry skin care
When the skin is prone to dryness, it’s because it’s unable to retain enough moisture. That’s when glycolic acid comes into the picture! Blessed with the smallest molecular structure, glycolic acid absorbs deeper within the skin, thereby, promoting a stronger barrier to retain enough moisture.
 
 
Urea/Lactic Acid
Urea helps maintain a healthy moisture balance in the skin, retaining its softness and youthfulness. Urea has the capability to penetrate deeper into the skin, where absorbing and retaining water is much easier, and thus, rehydrates the skin by holding on to the moisture.
 
 
Vitamin E
vitamin E for dry skinOpt for products that have Vitamin E, for it’s the potent ability of this vitamin to neutralize damaging free radicals that work in favor of reducing dryness in the skin. Vitamin E majorly reduces the number of unstable molecules in the skin, thus, establishing a balanced cell structure.
 
 
 
On your next beauty shopping trip, make sure you choose lotions and creams that contain the aforementioned, and beat dryness in no time!

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