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How do I hydrate my dry skin?

October 03, 2017

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Dry skin can make you feel dull and frustrated. The list of things that cause dry skin is large, from weather and bathing habits to the genetic makeup of your skin. Thankfully, you don’t need to visit a dermatologist to moisturize your dry skin. Instead, you can develop or tweak your dry skin regimen at home. With the right products and application methods, you can transform your skin and get the glowy appearance you want.

Water-Boosting Serum 

When your skin is in dire need of hydration, it requires an ingredient that will attract water to it. You need the right product that both adds and locks in moisture. There’s only one ingredient that you need: hyaluronic acid. Timeless Skin Care’s dry skin serum is 100% hyaluronic acid to hydrate and moisturize your skin. Hyaluronic acid holds as much as 1,000 times its weight in water. Features of our serum include:

  • Paraben free
  • Non-greasy
  • No added fragrance
  • No added color dye 

If this stellar hydrator isn’t part of your dry skin regimen yet, it’s time to add it and experience smooth and flawless skin.

Hydrating Spray

If you’re looking for a more convenient and lighter way to treat your skin with hyaluronic acid, try one of our hydrating sprays. You can easily spray it on your skin for a few seconds and tackle to day ahead. This is a great option if you’re in a rush or to carry with you. 

Keep Your Skin Moisturized

Whether you use one or both of these products, make sure you make moisturizing a consistent part of your daily skincare routine. Spray or apply our hyaluronic acid products after you step out of the shower.

Check out our entire selection of skincare products. Whether you decide on a hydrating cream, spray, or pure serum, you’re on the right track. And remember–don’t forget to drink water!





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