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Dry skin can appear tight, sore and uncomfortable and is recognised by flaking, scaling and dull-looking skin. It appears this way because it’s lacking in oil and can also be covered in a layer of dead skin cells. The outermost layer of the skin forms a protective barrier for the ones below and when the skin is too dry, it means these cells don’t have the optimal environment in order to perform.
Dry skin is often hereditary but many other factors contribute to dry skin including harsh environmental conditions and over-exfoliation and to avoid this - it may sound obvious, but all you need to do is keep the skin hydrated.
To prevent dry skin it’s important to have a skincare routine that focuses on nourishing and hydrating the skin. This includes using rich creamy moisturisers in the morning and night and intense serums that can give a much-needed boost and enhance the skin’s natural protective barrier.