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7 Ways to Use Our Wild Orange Oil to Milk Face Cleanser & Mask

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Dry Skin Love Wild Orange Oil to Milk Face Cleanser & Mask is a luxurious experience that makes your skin feel clean, soft, and calm. Relieve your dry skin, and transforms it into plump, dewy and radiant skin.

There are 7 different ways to use our Wild Orange Oil to Milk Face Cleanser & Mask.

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Who Suffers From Dry Skin?

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

Dry skin has a wide spectrum of symptoms - from mild dryness and flaking to severe itching, redness and pain.

Anyone can develop dry skin, but you're more likely to suffer from dry skin if you are older or have certain diseases or conditions, including atopic dermatitis (eczema), diabetes and/or hypothyroidism. 

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What are Emollients? Benefits for Your Dry Skin

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Emollients soften, smooth and lubricate the skin.

Skincare ingredients that function as emollients include plant butters, vegetable and fruit oils, animal fats, mineral oils and esters.

Products that function as emollients include moisturizers, creams, oils, serums, and balms.

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What is the Acid Mantle of Your Skin Barrier? How Does it Protect You?

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

The term acid mantle describes the acidic nature of the outer skin barrier.

The pH of the skin barrier is slightly acidic, in the range 4.5 to 6.5.

Maintaining skin pH is important, as skin pH influences skin barrier homeostasis, stratum corneum integrity and cohesion, and antimicrobial defense.

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Symptoms of Dry Skin vs. Very Dry Skin

Posted by Dr. Natasha Ryz on

Dry skin has a wide spectrum of symptoms - from mild dryness and flaking to severe itching, redness and pain.

Very dry skin is a severe type of dry skin, with skin barrier damage and inflammation, leading to red, irritated, itchy skin.

If you have dry skin, your may require a dermatologist to prescribe medications.

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