Your nose looks shiny, you find yourself reaching for your matting powder more often than usual, and you’ve noticed a hint of redness and a few extra blemishes on your face. You instantly assume your skin must be oily and begin using harsh products that strip it of its natural oils. But could it be that your skin is actually dehydrated? In many cases, the answer is yes.
What’s the difference between dehydrated and dry skin?
Symptoms of dehydrated skin can vary from itchiness and flakiness to the overproduction of oil and all skin types can get dehydrated, even oily skin. But how can you tell if your skin is dehydrated or if you have dry skin? One key difference to always remember: dry skin is a skin type, dehydrated skin is a skin condition.
So while you can’t change your skin type, you can improve both dry skin and dehydrated skin through the use of topical skin care. If you’re looking for quick results, our Hydrating Overnight Mask replenishes moisture while you sleep so you can wake up to hydrated, radiant skin. Made with 99% natural ingredients and providing up to 24 hours of hydration, it will revive your skin, leaving it looking fresh and healthy.