Ingredients for a Dry Skin Treatment

  • Redness
  • Tightness
  • Flakiness
  • Sensitivity
  • Dehydration
  • Inflammation
  • Uneven texture
  • Impaired barrier function
  • Fine horizontal lines, caused by dehydration

Can you relate to any of these?

Then chances are, you will have purchased quite a few moisturisers to combat your dry skin woes.

You may of found that a moisturiser rich in nourishing botanical oils, is not enough to treat your really dry skin.

Instead what your dry skin requires, is a well thought out formula that is packed full of a range of valuable ingredients, restoring your dull, dry skin back to a healthy glow.

INGREDIENTS FOR A DRY SKIN

Rose hip seed oil: Rose hip seed oil holds some very valuable properties, that will help to repair dry skin conditions, returning it to a youthful, vibrant glow.

Jojoba oil: This is a valuable plant oil that will help repair your dry skin, which is similar in structure to our skins own natural oil.

My plantascription for a dry skin, will help you select the best oils for you.

Skin identical ingredients: Your skin is made up of three specific ingredients; ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids, these are substances that are found between our skins cells and help repair the barrier function, without which skin becomes out of balance.

This ingredients can be found in many our products, especially Fortify barrier repair cream and Bio Lipid complex, perfect formulas for treating your dry skin concerns.

Peptides: These are proteins that communicate with our cells, making them behave in certain way.

They help to produce collagen and thicken the skins structure, making them important ingredients for dry skin conditions.

Dehydrated Skin

Peptides: These are proteins that communicate with our cells, making them behave in certain way.

They help to produce collagen and thicken the skins structure, making them important ingredients for dry skin conditions.

Whilst these ingredients are beneficial in lovely moisturising ingredients, your skin may also be dehydrated.

If that’s the case, your skin requires humectants, which help slow down evaporation in the tissues, which is referred to as trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL),

Good ingredients for treating this problem are as follows:

The article the clear skin difference, does a great job of explaining what you need to do to hydrate your skin.

 

12 thoughts on “Ingredients for a Dry Skin Treatment

  1. Tommi Baker says:

    I would like to have a list of your products also. I am 78 years old and my skin is very dry. Thanks so much. Tommi

  2. Kate says:

    Hi
    Just wondering if you have released products for dry skin containing the ingredients mentioned in this article?
    I have had great results with a 30% urea foot balm and would like a product suitable for the rest of my body.

    Kate

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Hi Kate thankyou so much for your enquiry, I will be very shortly releasing my products for sale. it is good to hear the feedback on results with Urea it really is, I can feel a foot cream in the making..Kind regards Samantha

  3. Tomilola says:

    I also need your products. Am 30 years with an extreme dry akin case especially my legs. It so scaly and fleaky and embarrassing. It hurts also when it dry. Have tried several dry skin but they help a little. Especially a cream that is Urea formulated has helped a great deal. Please how do I get your products?

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Hi Tomilola
      I can certainly customise for you, please contact me directly so I know more about your requirements….As a side note, did you know the reason that legs often get so dry is because they have less oil glands then anywhere else on the body..an interesting fact for you…best wishes Samantha

  4. Dianne DeMeo says:

    Samantha do you sell your products and if so how do I go about purchasing them. I am a 63 year old woman with dry skin and the ingredients in the products you write about is just what I have been searching for for some time now.
    Thank You Samantha

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Thankyou so much for the enquiry and yes I will be selling my products shortly. I think you will love them, the older we get it is more about layering ingredients with active ingredients that will diffuse directly into the skin. I have personally emailed you also.

  5. Kathy - Medical-aesthetics.org says:

    I think the best medicine for healing a dry skin is by drinking enough water everyday. The best recommendatin is 8 glasses of water or more. Our body consists of water and if it has less water inside, the body will send signal and we tend to be tired easily. A dry skin is caused by what food we eat actually. Consuming fruits and nutritious food will prevent our skin from getting the dry skin.

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Kathy interesting you write this because I have extremely dry skin, especially as i get older and natural hyaluronic acid depletes in my skin. I am thinking of creating an article and a mini experiment on how to hydrate your skin internally. Re drinking lots of water, did you know your skin is the last organ to receive water and at The dermal institute (part of dermalogica), they say that amount is so little it has no benefit. Personally I think that we need to take a number of different approaches to combat dry skin, both internally and externally.

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