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Benefits Of Hyaluronic Acid

By Guest Blogger, Hannah D.

Cleansing dry skin is a tricky business. Any wrong product or ingredient can easily zap out the remaining moisture on your skin.

This, in the end, can spell more trouble.

Dry skin isn’t only unattractive, but it can also make you too conscious of yourself. You can end up with rough skin, flaking and even bleeding.

In choosing the right cleanser for dry skin, you need to pay close attention to its formula and ingredients. Make sure that there are no harsh components that can make your skin drier than it already is.

Pick products that have great hydrating properties. One of your best options is hyaluronic acid.

This ingredient is able to hold 1,000 times its weight in water. It can attract and retain moisture on your skin without being occlusive.

 For these properties, hyaluronic acid isn’t just great for dry skin. It also makes a great choice even for those who have oily and acne-prone skin.

 Hyaluronic acid can work wonders on aging skin, too. By keeping the skin plump and hydrated, it can essentially make wrinkles and fine lines a lot less prominent.

 To know more about this ingredient and how it can help you deal with your skin concerns, check out the infographic below.

 

Hyaluronic Acid For Skin: The Little-Known Secret To Healthier Skin

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Hannah Do is the founder of Thank Your Skin, a beauty blog dedicated to providing honest skin care advice and information. She aspires to help her readers achieve their most beautiful skin by sharing personal tips learned through both years of experience and thorough research. Check out her latest article about pure organic castor oil. You can find her on TwitterPinterest and Facebook

 

Fight Oil with Oil.

By Tia Cristy

Fight Oil with Oil.
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Tip from Tia: You are having the same problem as many people are at this time. Yes, season change has a lot to do with it. And yes, your moisturizer could be causing you to accelerate your oils. But, not because the moisturizer is oily, but because it’s not penetrating deep enough to balance the dryness, so your pores are creating it’s own oils to help out. If moisturizers have an alcohol content, they can actually dry out the lower layers of skin which will cause your pores to make oils in overdrive. Hence, an oily face by sunset.

Here’s a good way to restore the balance in your skin. Fight oil with oil. After a shower is usually where the dry patches really start to appear. The face feels tight and you may even notice some ash. Don’t grab the moisturizer yet. Instead, grab olive oil or almond oil, put on a cotton ball and apply to your face. It will be really shiny. go about your other routine stuff and let the oil sit for a bit.

After several minutes, use your clean fingers and rub your face in circular motions. If your face still holds a lot of the oil. splash face with luke-warm or cool water and pat dry. This will take away any shine but, allow the good oil to continue to penetrate deep down. Apply your make up as usual.

At night, after you wash your face, then apply your moisturizer if needed.

Once your skin balances out, you can go back to just your moisturizer.

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feeling good, from the inside out. If you’ve got a problem or a tip email me!