Stars are usually exposed to UVA and UVB rays, too much make-up, and stress; plus, they do not get enough sleep.
So one common vain problem they experience is “skin dehydration.”
But even the women who lead normal lives are not exempted to this.
According to Procter and Gamble skin experts, even “without doing much at all, we can lose about two glasses of water a day by just normal breathing and evaporation from our skin.”
Another cause of moisture loss is skin fatigue, a condition when it loses its “ability to hold on to moisture.”
At the AquaBeauty event held on June 23, at the sunset Pavilion of Sofitel Manila, Olay AquAction brand ambassador Nikki Gil said, “This [having good skin] took a lot of effort.
“As we all know, it requires some work that you consistently look beautiful.”
The Kapamilya actress/ host/ singer added that real beauty is gauged not when a lady has too much make-up on.
“It has to start from a deeper source. So for me, the best foundation is good skin.”
RED ALERT. At the onset of the problem, it is important to address it right away.
According to dermalinstitute.com, the symptoms to watch out for are:
1. If your skin is irritated and itchy
2. If there's slight to severe flaking and scaling
3. If there's severe redness and cracks that can sometimes bleed
4. If it looks rough
SOLUTION. As a rule of thumb, most beauty expert would advise: be careful whenever you put something on your face.
It's also important not to rely on any random product that will not totally solve the problem.
One possible solution is try the Olay AquAction line, which boasts of “HydraLock” technology. which comes with these ingredients: WSK and Niacinamide.
It has WSK, which was extracted from the “white jelly leaf."
Recent studies showed that it can “outperform” hyaluronic acid” in its ability to hold water.
It also features Niacinamide which “brings the skin energy levels of aged cells to more youthful levels.”
The result: “12-hour non-stop hydration”
According to David Khoo, Olay senior scientist, "Skin cells attain a full, rounded shape, giving skin a firm and elastic touch."
To this, Nikki Gil remarked, “I am a big fan of water!"
She also highlighted, "Water is good for you.”