How To Choose The Best Moisturizer For Dry Skin?

How To Choose The Best Moisturizer For Dry Skin?

Posted by Globex Beauty Solutions on 6th Sep 2022

Water is the main component of the human body, since on average it makes up 60% of the total body weight. In other words, a person weighing 70 kg has about 42 liters of water in the body.

Water can be detected in the blood as early as five minutes after drinking.

The rate of replenishment of water reserves in the body will depend on the amount of water absorbed.

In a person who drinks two liters of water a day, one water molecule remains in the body for an average of 10 days, and 99% of the body's water reserves are renewed within 50 days

Water is essential for our existence and we cannot live without water for more than a few days.

As a vital element, water performs various functions in the human body: it is used to form cells and living fluids; water acts as the reaction medium, solvent and reagent. Water carries nutrients and promotes the elimination of toxins from the body.

In addition, water is essential to control our body temperature.

The role of water in the skin hydration is crucial. This goes far beyond the simple question of skin moisture content, which is important, of course, since water plays a role in determining all the various factors involved in the complex processes of water circulation.

These include the binding of water in tissues, its diffusion into the various layers of the skin, and the maintenance of interstitial water.

When the skin can no longer regulate water circulation, it becomes dehydrated and prone to premature aging.

This is because when the water level is too low, serious damage is done, which leads to a slowdown in the functions of the skin, affecting the production of skin fibers and cell renewal.

These various physiological effects can be observed and cause discomfort and tightness, redness and loss of skin elasticity and tone. In all cases, you need to deal with the problem of dehydration of the skin as soon as possible.

The skin represents the first contact of the human body with the environment.

The appearance of the skin is just as important from an aesthetic point of view as it is from a physiological point of view.

One of the main functions of the skin is to create a reliable barrier against water loss and maintain the level of hydration necessary for normal and balanced physiological functioning.

This regulation of water content is of decisive factor, since it not only concerns hydration, but also influences the physiological and mechanical properties of the skin.

The skin constantly loses water, this aqueous flow from the dermis to the epidermis creates a difference in hydration ranging from 80% in the dermis to just 12-15% in the epidermis.

Over the course of 24 hours, around 80 to 180 ml/m2 will be perspired through this pathway.

For well-hydrated skin, this flow must be perfectly controlled: this is the role of the stratum corneum’s epidermal barrier.

The integrity of this barrier is often compromised by the effects of extrinsic factors such as environmental, chemical and mechanical disturbances, and most of all - sun exposure.

Skin hydration is one of the factors responsible for resistance to mechanical stress: a reduction in its hydration will result in reduced extensibility and rapidly cause a loss of flexibility and elasticity.

It becomes less luminous, duller and tight, while the aging process accelerates.

Simply speaking - when the hydration is low – so is the skin’s glow...

Well-moisturized skin is, above all, softer and more comfortable, without feeling tight or itchy.

It is also supple, elastic and much less wrinkled. In general, well-moisturized skin looks younger.

Finally, hydrated skin performs its important barrier function better - it protects our body from aggressive environmental influences.

When it comes to skin dehydration, it is important to follow the treatment plan in both the short and medium term, according to the needs of the skin.

To do this, we must look at skin changes in both the epidermis and the dermis.

It is important to develop an individual solution based on the established priorities.

Être Belle has always prioritized developing comprehensive solutions to provide essential skin hydration.

Être Belle products provide a comprehensive, targeted and highly effective response with a range of active ingredients based on cosmetic advances that provide quick targeted solutions tailored to all the needs of dehydrated, dry and depleted skin types.

Now it's time to move on to the practical steps:

Skin Concerns > [Moisturizing]

Selective Product Ranges For Dry and Dehydrated Skin:

[Aloe Vera]



[Hyaluronic 3]

...And You Will Love ♥ Your Skin!