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May 19, 2020
Did you know that skin problems like dry skin, fine lines and acne can occur as a result of a damaged skin moisture barrier?
Let’s get to the bottom of your skin issues by tackling what exactly the skin barrier is, what damages it, and how you can repair it so you always have smooth, supple and healthy-looking skin!
The moisture barrier consists of the outer layer of the skin, more specifically, the topmost layer which is called the stratum corneum. This layer is made up of lipids from your oil glands and it is responsible for maintaining skin moisture to give you a radiant and dewy appearance.
At the same time, the moisture barrier also protects the skin from dehydration and repels external irritants like bacteria and debris from penetrating your skin. To put it simply, this barrier locks all the good stuff in while keeping all the bad stuff out!
A baby’s skin is an example of a perfectly healthy moisture barrier. Their skin is plump, smooth, and super soft to the touch.
You can assess your moisture barrier’s health by observing your skin. If you have one or more of the following symptoms, your moisture barrier might have been compromised and needs to be restored:
Yeouth has perfected a line of hydrating products designed to keep your skin healthy and glowing.
Your skincare choices have a big impact on your skin’s moisture barrier. The number one culprit for most is exfoliating too often. Exfoliating products like scrubs and chemical peels slough away this layer. Using them too frequently, however, can damage the delicate balance of your skin. Try to minimize use to once a week or as indicated in the product instructions.
The use of other harsh skin care products, especially overly-drying cleansers, alcohol-based toners and other products laden with synthetic fragrances, can also harm your skin’s moisture barrier. It is important to choose gentle and moisturizing skincare products with no added fragrances.
Other lifestyle factors such as not drinking enough water, drinking too much caffeine, smoking, air conditioning and too much sun exposure, can also be damaging to your skin’s moisture barrier.
Keeping your skin hydrated is the best way to revive your damaged moisture barrier. Drink lots of water and choose ultra-hydrating skin care products. As for skincare, we recommend the use of hyaluronic acid. This amazing skincare ingredient attracts water molecules up to 1,000 times its own weight and actually increases the moisture content of your skin.
For a super hydrating combo, check out our Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum and Hyaluronic Acid Cream. A moisturizing yet non-greasy duo that will mend and maintain a healthy moisture barrier for skin that is dewy, smooth, and supple.
Your moisture barrier locks in skin moisture while protecting it from your environment. Factors like skincare and lifestyle can damage this delicate barrier resulting in tight, dry and irritated skin.
Using the right skincare products and practicing a healthy lifestyle can easily fix and maintain a healthy moisture barrier for that everlasting-youthful glow!
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October 21, 2020
We welcome fall with the breathtaking sight of leaves changing their color from green to red, orange, yellow, and brown. Your skin also experiences changes as the season transitions to colder temperatures and lower humidity.
The changing of weather can trigger some skin concerns. It may provoke allergies or make existing skin conditions worse.
Here are some common skin concerns that you might encounter this fall season.
October 14, 2020
Wrinkles are an inevitable part of the aging process. Wrinkles on the face, neck, hands, and arms are the most noticeable because these areas are frequently exposed to damaging external factors like sun damage. Other environmental factors such as toxins, pollution and lifestyle also contribute to skin aging.
Genetics also play an essential role in the structure and texture of your skin, but the number one cause of accelerated signs of aging is UV damage.
October 07, 2020
Carrier oils are acquired from seeds, kernels, and nuts of plants. They are usually odorless or very lightly scented. They have skin nourishing properties and can be applied to the skin alone or can be mixed with essential oils for additional beautifying skin benefits!
Unlike essential oils, carrier oils are not volatile. This makes them ideal for dilution and application. Carrier oils have various textures, colors, thickness, and nutritional compositions.
In order to be used for aromatherapy, carrier oils should be derived using the cold pressing method. Cold pressing is a process wherein the oil is extracted by crushing the plants. It is said that when heat is used to extract the oil, nutrients are damaged.