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Dry skin is characterized by tight, flaky, rough, dry and itchy skin with poor overall flexibility.

December 29,2023

Dry skin is characterized by tight, flaky, rough, dry and itchy  skin  with poor overall flexibility. The reason is simple: there is not enough moisture in the skin. Objectively speaking, when the lipid barrier in the stratum corneum is incomplete, water tends to evaporate from the skin faster than normal. This causes a number of problems: the shedding of old keratinocytes slows down, resulting in thicker (and less plump, collagen-filled, good-looking), rougher, duller skin.

Ingredients for Dry Skin

Squalene/alkane is a component that exists in the skin itself and is highly soluble in the sebum secreted by the skin, forming a breathable protective film on the surface of the skin and exerting moisturizing and emollient effects. It can effectively relieve dry skin and maintain skin elasticity and fullness. Squalane has good permeability, can enter the skin, replenish cell lipids, nourish the skin.

Nourishing Skin with Oil

Squalane is the closest lipid to human sebum, which penetrates the skin quickly and has moisturizing and nourishing properties.

Jojoba oil is extracted from the seeds of plants, and its molecular structure is similar to the natural oils of the skin, so it has excellent permeability and skin friendliness. It is rich in vitamin E, antioxidants and fatty acids that deeply nourish the skin and maintain its moisture balance. White Pond Flower Seed Oil is one of the most stable vegetable oils, helping the skin lock in moisture, forming a moisturizing film that keeps the skin hydrated and soft:White Pond Flower Seed Oil contains unsaturated fatty acids, which can promote the repair and renewal of the skin's cell membranes, and improve the skin's texture and elasticity. Sunflower Seed Oil is rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and Vitamin D. Effectively nourishing the skin, it can replenish the sebaceous membrane in the barrier, as well as repairing the stratum corneum, which is the most critical part of the barrier, helping to repair the skin's barrier and maintain stability.


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