Treat Dry Skin on your face

How to Treat Dry Skin on your Face

Treat Dry Skin on your face

How to Treat Dry Skin on your Face

It is a common misconception that the only way to treat dry skin on your face is to pile on a heavy moisturizer. Unfortunately, this can often clog pores and leave you with a very shiny appearance. Many of these products merely sit on top of the skin’s surface. So, while it may feel less tight and even look better temporarily, when you wash your face you realize that the root of the problem is not being addressed. The only way to treat dry skin is to rehydrate and repair deep beneath the surface where it actually counts. This is what NeriumAD does!

Why do You Have Dry Skin?

Chances are pretty good that if you think back to when you were young, dry skin was never a problem. Then, you may have started wearing cheap makeup or sunblock, or spending more time in the sun. As a result, oxidation occurred which disrupted the pH balance in your skin. As a result, you may have started using a moisturizer, but the vast majority of these products only work temporarily. They essentially put a Band-Aid on the problem because they make your skin appear and feel better while you are wearing them, but when you wash your face, you also wash away that protective coating you had applied earlier. To truly treat dry skin, you need to hydrate it beneath the skin’s surface and provide it with beneficial ingredients that improve its health and fight further damage from being done by UV rays, pollution, over-washing, facial cleanser, makeup, etc.

Benefits of Aloe Vera

Now, you may look at NeriumAD and assume that it won’t do anything to help dry skin because it is marketed to repair fine lines, dark spots, and uneven skin tone. What you may be interested to learn is that the first and most important ingredient is aloe. What you may not realize is that aloe is one of the most beneficial ingredients you can put on your skin. The soothing get in the plant’s succulent leaves have natural and unparalleled skin care properties.

Most people at some point have lathered pure aloe gel on a sunburn. You may have done this because it was soothing, but if think back, you will also realize that it kept you from peeling because it hydrated and repaired the skin. Otherwise, you would have had an entire layer of cells flaking and peeling away in unsightly patches.

Aloe has also been long used to stimulate cellular rejuvenation due to beneficial components like amino acids, antioxidants, and enzymes. This means that it helps prevent and can reverse signs of aging. Now, you may be thinking that you don’t have any fine lines or dark spots so you don’t need to repair your skin, but you do!

People with dry skin are more susceptible to wrinkles, discoloration, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone. Persistent dry skin causes the dermal layer of the skin to become thinner. This is where collagen is created, but since the layer is thinner, less collagen can be produced. It also makes it more difficult for nutrients and oxygen to reach the skin’s surface.

Skin needs moisture and oxygen to thrive. Therefore, you need to drink plenty of water every day to nourish from the inside-out, and take corrective measures to repair the dermal layer so the moisture and oxygen can do their job in helping you retain a youthful appearance. Layering on heavy moisturizers won’t solve your dry skin problem. You need to correct the underlying concern; NeriumAD can help!

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