Water - Nature’s own beauty serum. Our skin contains more than 60 percent water. Proper hydration is essential to keeping skin looking fresh, supple and blemish-free.
What Happens When My Skin Gets Dehydrated?
Skin stressors like dry weather, sun exposure, air conditioning, and harsh cleansers can all deplete your skin of essential moisture. At Lutetia, we work in harmony with nature to give your skin what it needs to keep you looking younger and your complexion, line free.
Daily exposure to dehydrating elements can diminish the skin’s lipid layer and weaken cells, leaving it dry, flakey, and sensitive. Your complexion becomes dull as your skin’s health begins to suffer. One of the first ways the skin compensates for this lack of hydration is to make more oil. And anyone who has suffered from acne knows that too much oil is not a good thing. It can cause breakouts.
Do you suffer from the following?
- Dull complexion
- Dry / Itchy skin
- Fine lines
- Red or uneven skin tone
- Gray or ‘ashy’ skin
How Can I Rehydrate My Skin?
One of the first remedies for this is to make sure you drink enough water. In fact, you should drink water before you even notice you are thirsty. Nurturing our skin starts within, supporting this with a daily skin routine, cleanser, toner, moisturizer, and sunscreen is crucial for beautifully radiant skin.A busy lifestyle and everyday exposures can cause your skin to require a little more attention. Our skin consultants at Lutetia are there to complement your routine and care for your skin needs by providing treatments that can effectively rehydrate skin and help you regain a supple, healthy complexion.
Do you suffer from dehydrated skin?
Not sure which is the best treatment
option for you?
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Let one of our skin experts talk you through your
options and discuss our bespoke treatment
packages, for your individual needs.
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