Dry Skin Types

Dry skin is typically dull, flaky, and can be rough. It often feels tight or less elastic from the loss of natural moisture from the skin. This skin type is more prone to fine lines and wrinkles, and the skin’s microbiome is often disrupted.

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Moisturize your skin every day

Dry skin needs to be moisturized regularly to prevent it from becoming flaky, tight, and uncomfortable. Look for serums that contain hyaluronic acid or marine collagen, which are humectants that draw moisture into the skin. Follow up with moisturizers that contain ceramides, lecithin, oils, and butters to properly lock in moisture while repairing the skin's moisture barrier.


Exfoliating once or twice a week can help to remove dead skin cells and improve the appearance of dry skin. Use a gentle exfoliator that is designed for dry skin, such as enzymatic exfoliators, AHAs, and PHAs.

Avoid harsh soaps and detergents

Harsh soaps and detergents can strip away the natural oils from the skin, making it even drier. Use gentle soaps and detergents that are designed for sensitive skin.

Face wash routine

Wash your face twice a day with a gentle, hydrating cleanser. Using harsh soaps and detergents can strip away the natural oils from your skin, leaving it dry and irritated. Instead, use a cleanser designed for dry skin.