Why is Moisturizer essential for your skin?
A soft, supple, and moisturized skin is a sign of excellent health. Because the skin is the largest organ in the human body, it must be in good shape. It is critical to keep the skin moisturized and hydrated during the winter months. When skin is dehydrated, it is dull, painfully tight, and loses its shiny appearance. Well-hydrated skin seems plumper. The plumpness smoothens down fine lines and wrinkles, making your skin appear younger.
Skin hydration is just as important as drinking water for your body. Moisturizing aids in the retention of moisture by preventing hydration from evaporating from the skin. Our skin's natural lipid barrier protects it from damage and water loss. Dry flaking skin has less water and oil content making it look unhealthy and prone to wrinkles and fine lines.
Here are some of the other benefits of using moisturizer on your skin,
Helps prevent acne:
Using the right kind of moisturizer for your skin type helps healthy skin turnover. This helps exfoliate the old layers of the skin thereby helping you reveal healthy glowing skin. Dry unhealthy skin can clog pores causing acne and dry patches. If you have oily skin go for hydrating water-based moisturizer and if you have dry skin opt for an oil-based thicker moisturizer.
Improves skin barrier:
Skin barrier protection is very important for healthy-looking skin. Moisturize your skin to maintain a healthy barrier to avoid unnecessary skin ailments. Exfoliate to keep the skin barrier safe from damage.
Helps your skin stay young.
Moisturizing regularly helps your skin to maintain elasticity and improves collagen. Eat collagen-rich bone broth, fish oil, and plant derivatives of collagen to enhance your skin’s plumpness and hydration.
Moisturizer with panthenol, tea tree, and salicylic acid can help prevents clogging of the skin. Ingredients like hyaluronic acid, rosehip, and shea butter can help moisturize the skin and prevent water loss. Moisturizing after washing the face is essential to help restore the skin’s hydration.
Switch to cold water:Hot water can strip off moisture from your skin. Always wash your face with cold or lukewarm water. This helps keep your skin stay hydrated for a longer time. Taking lukewarm showers or cold showers can help dehydrated skin. Apply oil-based