How To Keep Skin Hydrated

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Turning into a withered prune is the new black! We know it’s not cool to be wrinkly and saggy, but we also want to look fresh-faced. So what can we do? For starters, focus on keeping your skin hydrated. That means banishing dryness and making sure you’re adding in enough moisture throughout the day (and night). If you’re looking for a little extra help with this task, here are some tips on how to keep your skin hydrated:

Use a Gentle Cleanser

You should also make sure to use a gentle cleanser. You don’t want to strip your skin of its natural oils and moisture. Especially if you have dry or sensitive skin. Don’t use harsh products like alcohol-based toners or scrubs on your face. As they can leave your skin hydrated feeling tight and dry after washing it off.

Don’t rub too hard when cleansing either; gently massage the product into the skin with upward strokes, but don’t scrub back and forth across the face. This can cause irritation and redness which isn’t what we’re going for here!

Exfoliate Once in a While

Exfoliating is one of the best ways to keep your skin looking fresh and healthy. This way, you’re removing dead skin cells from the surface and opening up pores for better circulation.

Once a week, I like to use this gentle exfoliant by Philosophy. If it were too harsh on my skin, it would be very easy for me to overdo it—so make sure you’re using an exfoliant with oils or moisturizers in it! You should also avoid using any kind of microbeads; these are known for harming marine life when they wash down the drain into our oceans or rivers.

Add in Serums and Oils

Serums are a concentrated form of skincare products that are applied after cleansing. They penetrate deeper into the skin than moisturizers. And can be used to treat specific skin conditions such as acne, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. Serums can be used alone or layered with moisturizer or creams to create an extra boost of moisture for your face.

If you want to add in serums but don’t know where to start, try looking at Sephora’s “skin care starter kit.” This kit includes samples of popular skincare products like Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum and Drunk Elephant B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel — two brands that reviewers swear by — as well as other great finds like Boscia’s White Charcoal Mattifying Mineral Powder and Paula’s Choice Resist 10% Niacinamide Booster Serum.

Apply A Moisturizer

To get the most out of your moisturizer, apply it to cleansed and toned skin immediately after cleansing. You can also use a light oil (such as jojoba or rosehip oil) as a moisturizer. A typical application will include two pumps of product for the face and neck area and one pump for each arm. Since different brands have different textures, you should always follow the directions on your particular brand’s packaging for best results.

Moisturizers come in many forms: lotions, creams, oils and serums are just some examples. Lotions are thinner than creams. Creamier than lotion but not as thick as oil. More viscous than serums but still liquid enough to spread easily on the skin with minimal rubbing against the grain—the choice is yours!

Whatever type you choose, remember that while all moisturizers are created equal they’re not necessarily meant to be applied equally (in terms of quantity). Instead of applying all over your body like sunscreen or insect repellent at once when you first get out of bed each morning (or after every shower), try applying small amounts in thin layers throughout each day instead if needed so that they don’t get absorbed too quickly into thirsty tissues before being able to do their job properly—otherwise risk having dry patches appear again faster than normal.”

Try not to overdo it and remember to wash your face makes your skin dark

Try to avoid sun exposure as much as possible. If you do need to be in the sun, use sunscreen and wear a hat. Don’t forget that UV rays can pass through windows. So it’s important to use sunscreen even if you are only sitting next to an open window or spending time at home.

Try not to overdo it and remember to wash your face makes your skin dark! If you have oily or combination skin, avoid using harsh products on your face. Because they can dry out your skin and cause it to produce more oil than usual.

If these tips don’t work for you there are other natural alternatives that might help improve hydration levels. Such as using a serum or oil on top of moisturizer (especially those with vitamin E) . Or adding essential oils such as rosemary extract into bath water before getting into the tub for 20 minutes every day!


Remember that skin is an organ, and it needs to be treated like one. If you want your skin to be healthy and hydrated, then it’s important to take care of it with gentle products that won’t strip away everything.

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