Cracking the Case: Uncovering the Culprit Behind Dry Skin

Jan 30th 2024

Identifying the Suspects: Factors That Cause Dry Skin

There are many sneaky factors when it comes to dry skin. You may need to play detective to crack the case! We will help you identify some of these factors as well as some solutions.

Sometimes, it's as simple as the environment you are in. Extreme temperatures, such as too much heat or icy coldness, play a huge role in dryness because they remove moisture. It all boils down to a lack of humidity in an environment, so we have to take those extra steps to maintain and protect the natural moisture in the skin.

Other times, it's more than just the air and temperature in the environment. This includes the temperature of the water too. In cold weather, there is nothing better than a nice hot bath. However, that hot water removes the natural oils that protect the skin. Now, that doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to those luxurious baths; it just means that there are a few extra steps you need to take to prevent dry skin! Being aware of the type of soap you use in those warm, bubbly baths can also make a difference to your skin. You want to avoid harsh soaps with alcohol or additives that cause dryness post-use.

We won't let this case go unsolved: Solutions for Dry Skin

Now that we've played detective, let's get this case closed. The solution seems like it would be pretty simple: just keep your skin moisturized. Well, it's not that easy for everyone. Finding the product(s) that work right for you is tough. Not everyone needs the bells and whistles; it doesn't take a heavy-duty moisturizer to keep their skin hydrated, so simple it is. Like goat milk lotion. Goat milk lotion is known for naturally healing and rejuvenating skin. It is not only a great moisturizer but is also great for reducing redness and itchiness!

Now, some skin requires a little more attention. Ever hear of Silk Soufflé? It's like body butter but has silk aminos in it. Because of their rich nutrient properties, silk aminos help reduce fine lines and signs of aging. The amino acids found in these particular protein molecules can also rejuvenate skin tone, reduce wrinkles, and hydrate skin.

These two products solve the problem of moisturizing the skin, but how do you lock that moisture in to make it more long-lasting?

The Dynamic Duo

One of our favorite recommendations is to combine the Silk Soufflé and our Bath & Body Oil. The Silk Soufflé adds that extra moisture and protection, and the body oil helps lock that moisture in. The Bath and Body Oil also helps replace those oils from the skin that may be washed off with that hot water. The best time to use one or either of these products is right after you get out of the shower or bath!

Case Closed!

Ultimately, it's about what works best for you and your skin. The reasons for dry skin are endless, and therefore so are the solutions. It's trial and error; you won't get it right away. We would love to hear your experience! Maybe you've discovered the new cure for dry skin!

So, let's take a step in the right direction in getting super hydrated, healthy skin all year round!