For demanding, dehydrated skin.
Since the body is made up of more than 70% water, drinking a lot is key to care of the skin.
However, to look beautifully smooth and supple, the skin must also be supplied with moisture from the outside.
Water, or moisture, is the most important substance for protecting the skin and making it supple.
The water content of the corneous layer plays a considerable role in this.
It is largely responsible for keeping the barrier function of the skin intact to withstand endogenous and exogenous influences.
In young skin, it makes up between 10 and 20% of the organism’s overall water content.
Natural moisturizing factors in the corneous layer, from sweat, sebaceous gland oils and the skin’s keratinization process, help to maintain this water.
If the water content drops below 10%, the skin becomes dry and rough.
Increased moisture is required in spring and summer especially, because the skin is often particularly tight after the winter, and shows more wrinkles caused by dryness.
Intensive moisturizing care should therefore not only compensate for moisture deficiencies in the skin, but also aid its ability to bind moisture over the long term.
For skin from the age of 30, intensive products for keeping water content in balance become increasingly more important, because the skin is able to store less and less moisture.
Only skin containing a high level of moisture can protect itself against wrinkles and retain its tone over a longer period.
AquaNature is the perfect care for demanding skin that requires extra moisture.