How to Fix Dry Skin

As temperatures warm up and we have more exposure to the sun over the next few months, our skin can become very dry! If you experience dry skin–let me introduce you to the lipid barrier. It is a layer of oils and fats that sit on the surface of your skin and help to keep it hydrated, soft, and healthy.

The lipid barrier is so important for maintaining your skin's health and preventing it from becoming dry, dehydrated, or irritated. It also helps to lock in moisture, preventing water loss and keeping your skin hydrated.The lipids in the lipid barrier also play a role in regulating your skin's pH balance. 

In short, Happy Lipid Barrier = Happy, Radiant Skin.

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When you use a traditional foaming face wash, it can strip your skin of its natural oils, including the oils that make up the lipid barrier. This can leave your skin feeling dry, tight, and irritated, and it can compromise your skin's protective barrier.

The Oil Cleansing Method, however, keeps the lipid barrier intact. It works by using oils to dissolve and remove dirt, makeup, and other impurities from your skin. The oils used in this method can help to hydrate your skin and nourish it with essential fatty acids, which can help to support the lipid barrier and keep it healthy and help to balance your skin's natural oils.

When you strip your skin of its natural oils with traditional cleansers, it can actually cause your skin to produce more oil to compensate. This can lead to clogged pores, breakouts, and other skin issues. By using oils to cleanse your skin, you can help to regulate your skin's natural oil production and prevent these issues from occurring.

The Oil Cleansing Method has been a beauty technique passed down through the centuries! Not only can it protect your skin’s lipid barrier, it can help you to maintain healthy, radiant-looking skin.

Our new 3-Step Bundle allows you to clean your skin with the Oil Cleansing Method. It also allows you to Tone and Moisturize your skin naturally.



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