Personality Skincare

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Dry patches Routine

Dry Patches: The Peeling Skin Dilemma

Dry skin is a common issue that can affect people of all ages. One of the most noticeable symptoms of dry skin is the appearance of dry patches on the skin, characterized by desquamation or peeling skin.

The outermost layer of the skin, known as the stratum corneum, is made up of dead skin cells. This layer is continuously being renewed and the removal of dead skin cells should occur cell by cell, not in clusters. However, when the skin is dry, the dead cells are removed in clusters, resulting in peeling skin.

The cause of this phenomenon is poor cohesion between the cells in the stratum corneum. The cement that holds the keratinocytes together is altered in different areas, leading to the breakdown of the skin's protective barrier. The skin's protective barrier is made up of sebum, which is produced by the sebaceous glands. If the skin is deficient in sebum, it will not have a quality barrier film, causing further damage to the skin.

So, what can you do to prevent dry patches on your skin?

There are several things you can do to help prevent dry patches on your skin. Some of these include:

Keeping your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water
Using a gentle, non-irritating moisturizer on your skin
Avoiding hot showers and baths
Using a humidifier in your home to help keep the air moist

In conclusion, dry patches can be a frustrating problem to deal with, but with the right steps, it is possible to prevent them. By keeping your skin hydrated, using a gentle moisturizer, avoiding harsh conditions, and taking steps to maintain the skin's natural barrier, you can keep your skin healthy and prevent the appearance of dry patches.

List of products we recommend you to apply every Morning and Evening (before sleeping) as your skincare routine :