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proactive skin care
Healthy skin comes from understanding how it works, what it needs, and why.
Get to know your skin
Your skin is an amazing organ consisting of three separate layers that help it to carry out a range of essential functions.
Have you ever thought about all the things your skin does for you? We take our skin for granted, but it really is a remarkable thing. Let’s delve in and find out just how it works…
The thin outer layer of your skin is constantly being renewed and replaced. The epidermis is the top layer, visible to the naked eye. It provides a water barrier to keep your skin moist and hydrated, as well as a protective barrier against germs. When friction, irritants, or dryness strikes, the epidermis can become damaged.
The middle layer is thicker and firmer, and helps your skin to stay supple and elastic. Many important structures including tiny blood vessels, sweat glands, and hair roots, are found in the dermis. Aging and overexposure to sun can harm this layer.
Deep down we find the third layer, which protects your organs and tissues beneath. It contains fat tissue to protect and insulate your body. This layer is crucial in determining how smooth and resilient your skin is as a whole.
How to look after different types of skin
We offer effective ways to soothe and relieve symptoms of dry, itchy skin.
One of your skin’s most important functions is to protect the body from losing too much moisture and becoming dry. But what happens when the skin itself dries out?
Itchy, red, and cracked skin can flare up at any time. Eczema-prone skin can be caused by a number of triggers.
Skin affected by psoriasis skin is usually flaky, crusty, and covered in silvery scales. Rehydrate your skin, without damaging it further.