Properly hydrating your skin is simple with OPTIPHI®
During winter, many people suffer from dry skin that not only feels awful, but leaves one feeling quite desperate for the relief that comes with hydrating the skin. Those whose skin is classified as dry, simply needs to use the right products to keep their skin feeling supple and moist. It’s important to be able to differentiate between dry skin and having a dry skin type so that you can treat each effectively.
The facts about keeping skin moist and supple:
- If your skin always feels dry after cleansing then you probably have dry skin. It’s important to use skincare products designed to suit your skin type.
- During drier weather you might find that your skin feels dry, this is an indication that your skin needs to be rehydrated with a good moisturizer.
- Make sure that you enlist the help of a trained skincare professional to help you establish your skin type and the best products for it.
- Dry skin, the temporary condition, occurs when skin cells lose moisture and shrink. They need to be kept hydrated so they remain plump and moist.
- Dry skin, the type, is all about the skin barrier. Dry skin doesn’t have enough sebum to maintain the protective layer that locks moisture in, causing it to escape.
OPTIPHI® Classic Hydration Therapy
By nourishing the skin with essential vitamins and minerals, the latest addition to the OPTIPHI® Classic Skincare Range ensures that your skin’s moisture levels are kept at optimum levels, leaving your skin feeling sumptuous. This prevents dehydration and ensures that your skin is never left feeling ‘dry’. The actives in this product work to:
- Strengthen and repair the skin barrier
- Replenish vitamins and minerals in the skin
- Enhance the skin’s ability to retain moisture
- Soothe and illuminate dull skin
OPTIPHI® products are carefully formulated to ensure that your skin always looks and feels its best. Don’t compromise your skin’s beauty and youthful appearance by using the wrong skincare product for your skin type or skin concerns.