High temperatures throughout the summer months can make it harder to keep your skin hydrated. However there are many easy ways to help prevent dehydration .

Symptoms of Dehydrated Skin

It can be fairly easy to spot if your skin is dehydrated. If your skin starts peeling, showing an increase in redness, beings to feel rough or tight, you may have dehydrated skin. There can be many different internal and external factors that contribute towards the dehydration of your skin. They can be any of the following

  • Cleansing products with strong active ingredients
  • Humidity
  • Higher temperatures
  • Long hot showers or baths
  • Ageing
  • Alcohol
  • Coffee
  • Smoking
  • And more

These factors and many more can all be causes for your dry and dehydrated skin. However, there are many ways to help restore hydration to your skin, even in the hottest of summers.

Moisturizing

Using the correct moisturizer can effectively help with the problem. The hyaluronic acid in moisturizers plays a role in rejuvenating your skin through repairing tissue. Hyaluronic acids are known for holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water which makes it an essential ingredient for moisturizers. Other water based products can help boost hydration, they may not have as noticeable of an effect.

Exfoliation

Exfoliation helps with removing dead skin and improving blood circulation. Scrubs and Exfoliators can be great for keeping your skin smooth and aiding in the absorption of the ingredients in your other products, such as your moisturizer.

Drinking Water

The most simple and important way to keep your skin hydrated is through drinking plenty of water. This is important all year round, but especially in the drier, warmer summer months when you will be losing a lot of fluid through perspiration.

A Good Diet

Another great way to stay hydrated through internal factors is through your diet. A well-balanced healthy diet can provide the body with it’s necessary nutrients. Fruits and leafy greens are naturally high in fluids, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them great additions to your diet.

Sunscreen

Sunscreen is an absolute must when it comes to skin care. Sunscreen should be applies daily to protect your skin against UVA and UBVB rays.

Avoid Alcohol

Alcoholic beverages are notorious for dehydrating your skin and body. Cutting down on consumption will help keep your skin at its usual hydration

How Aroma Sense Helps Hydrate your Skin

Aroma Sense Shower Heads have many benefits, one being its ability to help hydrate and nourish your skin. It’s vitamin C cartridges neutralize the chlorine in your water supply and nourish your skin and hair, preventing dryness. Various Aroma Therapy scents can also help with hydration. For example the Lavender, Jasmine, and Citrus Mango cartridges all help with moisturizing skin.