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Smooth Away Wrinkles Caused By Dehydration

Updated: May 1

Have you noticed the first appearance of wrinkles on your face? Don’t panic! This is most likely wrinkles caused by dehydration. The good news is that these types of wrinkles are very easy to correct!


Wrinkles caused by dehydration are simply the result of a lack of water. When hydration is not maintained, your skin loses its brightness and vitality. Your skin contains molecules that have the natural ability to capture water superficially and deeply within the skin. If your skin does not hold a sufficient quantity of these molecules, water will not be retained and will evaporate. As a result, you will notice the first appearance of fine lines and wrinkles of dehydration around the eye area and then on the face as a whole. To avoid this, the skin will react and begin producing even more sebum causing oily skin (blackheads, shine, papules). Hyaluronic acid is a molecule which captures water within the deepest layers of the skin contributing to its density. However, the amount of hyaluronic acid tends to decrease with age resulting in the appearance of deep wrinkles.


Here are 3 simple steps to control the appearance of dehydration wrinkles:


STEP 1: BEFORE HYDRATING, EXFOLIATE!

The accumulation of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin intensifies the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and prevents product absorption. Remove dead skin cells on your face with an exfoliating product.


STEP 2: MOISTURIZE ACCORDING TO YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS

Eliminate dehydrated eye contour wrinkles and fine lines by using an appropriate eye cream.


Fully restore the hydration of your skin with a face cream which is rich in moisturizing and emollient ingredients, this removes superficial dehydration wrinkles while preventing the formation of deep wrinkles.


The sun being a major factor for dehydrated skin, protect your skin year long with a natural sunscreen.


STEP 3: DRINK WATER

Water is the best choice of beverage to stay hydrated. It is recommended to drink a minimum of 1.5 liters of water daily. Avoid drinking beverages such as soft drinks, coffee and energy drinks which dehydrate you more than then hydrate you.

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