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Dull, Dehydrated Skin

Dull, Dehydrated Skin

Radiant, glowing skin is an innate signifier of youth and good health, it is also the easiest asset to lose and the most difficult to regain. A dewy radiant, evenly coloured complexion is the canvas on which beauty is viewed.

Since ‘healthy skin is always in’ ensuring a dewy complexion has become a requisite of daily skincare.
Skin may appear lacklustre, and there are many reasons for this including diet, hormones, emotions and environmental factors. Facial skin is the thinnest and most exposed skin so manifests internal changes first:- diet, lifestyle, sleep, ethnicity, hormonal balance (puberty, pregnancy, menopause) as well as environmental factors such as humidity, temperature, sunlight all act on skin well-being

Dull skin is generally due to a decrease in effective skin cell turnover. When dead cells fails to fall from the skin’s surface and start to build up, this can hinder the proper reflection of light (luminous glow) as well as clogging up of pores and glands. In our 20’s the skin naturally exfoliates itself every 28 days As we age this process slows and may become sluggish and take twice as long for a skin cell to transit through the epidermis and be shed from the surface. This is compounded by the skin’s declining ability to maintain adequate hydration levels such that dull skin with lines and wrinkles and poor elasticity begins to become apparent. Hormones further have an enormous bearing on pigmentation of the skin. A smooth even complexion is youthful and attractive, whereas uneven clumps of pigmentation, especially around the eyes or on cheeks/forehead can be unsightly and ageing.

A skin care consultation with Rozina requires careful consideration of all aspects of your health, lifestyle and medication as well as your skin care routine, skin type, genetic heritage and work-life balance.

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