Dry skin is one of the most common but the earliest sign can be visible on your skin. As the temperature begins to soar, catching signs of dehydrated skin early can help you restore it.
External factors like hot and dry weather, hot environment, and caffeine consumption cause a reduction in the moisture content of the skin.
- The summer sun and weather.
- Overuse of ACs and washing your face too often.
- Not drinking enough water.
Have you felt your skin tighten, appear dull in the mirror, and have signs of redness and inflammation sometimes akin to sunburns, along with more exaggerated darkness in the lower lids, these are the signs of dehydrated skin.
Tips and tricks to treat dehydrated skin:
- Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day
- Do a little out of box thinking and make water interesting, by adding lemons and mint to it.
- Eat lots of water-rich fruits and vegetables containing essential fatty acids such as celery, spinach, watermelon and cucumber.
Since the buildup of dead skin diminishes the absorption of moisturizers, regular exfoliation of the skin is key. Exfoliate at least twice a week.
- It can contain essential vitamins and antioxidants along with Hyaluronic acid, which is a natural compound, which can rescue dehydrated skin and restore plumpness.
- Use a moisturizer as soon as you wash your skin, before the skin has dried. so that the moisture is retained in the skin.
- Use a heavy-duty moisturizer at night. Keep a hydrating facial mist handy when traveling.
- Spray on your face whenever it starts to feel dry.
Be sure to apply sunscreen during the day even if you are staying indoors. In addition to moisturizing your skin twice a day, you can also massage the skin with oil before bathing, like coconut oil. It is essential to include a 45-minute exercise in your daily routine. This will enable a good night’s sleep and give your skin enough time to repair and nourish.