Guides | Dehydrated skin

Your Complete Resource for Treating Dehydrated Skin

Dehydrated skin is a condition, not a skin type.

It’s a tricky skin condition to treat.

Your skin may be dry, combination or oily, but it can still be temporarily dehydrated.

If this sounds like your skin, without further ado, let’s dive right in:

Resources for Treating Dehydrated Skin

Dehydrated and dry skin are very different.

Dehydrated skin lacks water—a lack of oil defines dry skin.

This is precisely why oily or combo skin can also be defined as dehydrated.

It can have plenty of oil—too much, but it can still lack adequate water.

For one, there are symptoms of tightness and small pores.

But as these symptoms are often associated with dry skin, you’ll need to investigate a little deeper how.

Grab a mirror and gently pinch your forehead.

Dehydration is most visible on your forehead, while areas like the cheeks retain moisture better.

Do you notice a slight crinkling effect, like a tiny layer of Saran over your skin?

That is a sign your skin is dehydrated.

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If you’d like to learn about dry skin, we have compiled a complete resource for you here.

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