Dry vs. Dehydrated Skin

Dry vs. Dehydrated Skin

Dry and dehydrated skin are two common skin concerns that many people face. While they may seem similar, there are some differences between the two that may just help you find the right product you're looking for.

Dry skin is a skin type that can often feel tight and flaky. It is characterised by a lack of oil production needed to retain moisture and help build a protective barrier against environmental stressors. Dry skin typically requires a heavier moisturiser to help restore the skin’s natural oils.

Dehydrated skin, on the other hand, is a skin condition that can affect any skin type. It occurs when the skin lacks water, causing it to feel tight and look dull. Dehydrated skin can be caused by a variety of factors, including environmental factors such as sun exposure, air conditioning, and wind, as well as lifestyle factors such as alcohol consumption and not drinking enough water.

If you're suffering from either of these conditions, ultra-hydrating ingredients such as Wild Rosella Extract will leave your skin looking smoother and more radiant.

Our all new Wild Rosella Body Milk is full of ingredients that will do your skin wonders. 

For those with dehydrated skin, the high water content found in Wild Rosella Extract, Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) and Aloe Vera will help to improve the skin barrier function by restoring its natural moisture balance, thus helping to reduce further water loss. The antioxidants found in these ingredients will also help to protect the skin from environmental damage, preventing further dehydration.

And for those with dry skin, the added skin loving goodies (Coconut Oil, Macadamia Oil, Shea Butter and Vitamin E) will help restore the skin’s natural oil production.

Our non-greasy formula, perfect for every day, all over body use, will leave your skin hydrated and nourished while you seek your adventures. 

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