‘Dry’ and ‘dehydrated’ skin isn’t exactly the same thing. Although exfoliating cells works to improve both problems, here’s how you can tell the difference:
When skin is dry, the water loss is generally from the deeper layers. This happens when skin lacks lipids. Dryness is an internal problem, when skin doesn’t produce enough lipids, or if there’s shortage of water intake..
Having dehydrated skin means that skin’s surface corneal layer is weak, causing more surface water loss. Dehydration is caused more by environmental factors like the weather.
Exfoliation can also help minimize the signs of skin aging and hyperpigmentation (age spots), by lifting dull, discolored cells that give skin a mottled appearance. Pair with specific treatments for the signs of aging or hyperpigmentation for maximum skin smoothing and brightening.
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