Do You want to have luminous and hydrated skin? Follow these tips!

Do You want to have luminous and hydrated skin? Follow these tips!

As it happens, skin doesn't just have to be oily or dry, it can be dry and oily at the same time! Why does this happen? Most often it is due to weather conditions, or improper skin care. Such skin is called oily but dehydrated skin. What are its characteristics? How can it be prevented? Read more in the following article!

Excessive heating, excessive air conditioning, and hot baths can dehydrate the skin, causing it to dry out. This is because water evaporates excessively from the skin, there is simply not enough of it in the skin. And the less moisture your skin has, the more it will produce sebum in an attempt to compensate.


Dry Skin

There can be many reasons why skin is dry. It can be hereditary, such as from your mum or dad, it can be caused by skin diseases(such as AD), or it can be caused by endocrine disruption. Healthy skin should produce an adequate amount of lipids to protect the skin from excessive water loss. If the skin is dry, lipid production is impaired and therefore water loss from the epidermis is increased. This results in dryness, itching, flaking and can also lead to atopic dermatitis.

Dehydrated Skin

Dehydrated skin is merely a condition that is most often temporary. It causes severe tightening of the skin and can highlight fine lines and wrinkles, and inflammation. Such skin is usually tender and flabby. How to check it? Pinch your cheek gently, if the skin does not immediately return to its state, but wrinkles, ensure it is properly hydrated.


The first step in the fight against dehydrated skin is to hydrate from within! Drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water a day. Also:
  • Give up long, hot baths and showers. A few minutes of lukewarm shower is enough, and your skin will thank you!
  • Use lighter formulas in the morning and more concentrated ones in the evening to keep your skin sufficiently hydrated. Look for ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, ceramides, oils and antioxidants.
  • Use a humidifier in your house.
  • Add more moisturizers to your skincare routine, such as a serum or oil, which locks in the moisture in your skin.

Does skin become more dehydrated with age?

The older you get, the thinner, less elastic your skin becomes. The skin loses lipids, part of its protective barrier, which maintain adequate moisture in the epidermis and prevent dryness and irritation.

Try hyaluronic acid as a light serum, and to reduce water escape from the epidermis apply an oil product as a final layer.

What Timeless products should I use to keep my skin hydrated and supple?

Rich in fatty acids and vitamin E, Argan oil is one of the world's best facial oils for dry skin and combats feelings of dehydration.

A serum that combines hydration and antioxidant protection. This protects the skin against free radicals and premature aging at the same time. Vitamin C also has a brightening effect and evens out skin tone.

Squalane is similar in structure to squalene, which is an element of the skin. As a result, it takes care of its protective barrier, yet is not greasy on the face and is well absorbed.

Remember to use greasy and oil-based textures as the last step of your skincare regimen, and light, gel-like hyaluronic serums directly on the skin.

DISCLAIMER: The information on our blogs has been compiled from published sources and the experience of the Timeless Skin Care team. The blogs are not intended to diagnose or treat a medical condition or to address every skin type or condition. While reasonable effort is made to publish reliable and up to date information, Timeless Skin Care cannot predict how a skin care regimen will affect every individual user. Timeless does not guarantee any specific outcomes or the accuracy of all information presented and accepts no liability in respect of any omission or error. If you are uncertain about possible sensitivity when using Timeless Skin Care products, please do a patch test before use. If you have any skin concerns, please talk to your physician or consult a dermatologist.

Show more entries from February 2023