Goodbye winter, welcome spring. The warm season has finally arrived, but, as always happens, the first weeks of the transition between the two phases of the year are not at all easy. The body feels a real imbalance, which is usually expressed in sleep problems, unregulated appetite (either too much or too little) and, alas, especially not in the shape of the skin. In general, what happens to transition between winter and spring AND A skin discomfort that leads to problems of dryness or dehydration. Let’s get to the heart of the topic under the guidance of an expert. And fear not: decisions, as always, are at hand and easy to make.
Spring if your skin is dry or dehydrated
As Joanna Khakimova, biologist, cosmetologist and creator of the BioLifting method, illustrates, “Often when the season changes, the skin shows signs of fatigue, as if it needs support to adapt to a new climate. An increase in temperature, which sometimes occurs suddenly, can lead to dehydration of the skin.depriving it of its internal water supply. This is all the more true if you make the mistake of using detergents rich in harsh and foaming surfactants in the morning and evening, but this also often happens to those who live in polluted urban environments. The dry skin condition is independent of climate and is a true skin type characterized by thin, inelastic and very dry skin. Often occurs with age, but sometimes manifests itself in youth: in this case, it is not water that is deficient, but the lipid component of the skin tissue. In both cases, the change in season can exacerbate skin stress, requiring prompt intervention.”
Moisturizing and nourishing, how to plan skin care for the change of season
“Nothing is more effective for restoring balance to poorly hydrated skin than a serum based on snail mucus,” the expert emphasizes. “Hyaluronic acid is another unsurpassed active substance for restoring hydration reserves.: try it and you will immediately notice the effect of soft and lifted skin. For both dry and dehydrated skin, a gentle cleansing milk, also possibly containing snail mucus, is an emollient, moisturizing and soothing agent. If dry skin is also mature skin, therefore, in need of deep regeneration, then yes to an ultra-moisturizing and ultra-nourishing cream. Dry skin is greatly helped by ingredients such as beeswax, shea butter, jojoba oil, allantoin and collagen. And don’t forget to drink at least 2 liters of water every day and eat fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Finally, once a month, put yourself in the hands of your trusted skin expert to pamper you with a deep facial cleansing followed by hyper-hydrating masks and a reactivating facial. All these actions are aimed at creating healthy, strong and balanced skin.
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