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Hydration is key!

October 20, 2020

Hydration is key!

It’s no secret that a happy, glowy, healthy & plumped skin starts with hydration.

We all know the importance of drinking a minimum of 2,5 liters of water a day to hydrate our body, we also need to apply products on our skin to hydrate it well. Here are 5 tips to keep your skin happy & hydrated!

Apply a moisturizer every day & night:
No matter what skin type you have, it’s essential that you pick a moisturizer with hydrating ingredients! For our ORGLAMIC® Pink Cactus Pudding® we use the well-known Hyaluronic Acid and Pink Cactus extracts, which is even more hydrating! If you think about it, it makes perfect sense because cacti live in the desert! The combination of these two power ingredients makes our ORGLAMIC Pink Cactus Pudding your perfect choice for long-lasting hydrating benefits and glowy skin!

Pamper your skin with a sheet mask:
Of course is this our favourite tip 😉! Sheet masks make it so easy! Not only are sheet masks the simplest, easiest and most fun way to brighten and hydrate your skin, they are also packed with other beneficial ingredients! For example, our 100% Camellia Oil Mask. This unique 2-step oil mask combines 100% pure, cold-pressed Camellia Japonica Seed Oil with a ultra-soft sheet mask. For hundreds of years, Camellia Seed Oil had been the beauty secret of the Geishas to reveal nourished and radiant skin. This sheet mask will not only leave your skin hydrated and plumped, it will also brighten your complexion to perfection!

Don’t forget your hands and feet:
Show them some TLC too! We are spending a lot of time on pampering our face but sometimes forget about our hands and feet! Our VIP The Gold Mask Hand and our VIP The Gold Mask Foot are a real treat! After 15 minutes you will be saying hello to softer, smoother and more hydrated hands and feet, what more could you want?

But I have oily skin!
When you have oily skin, you may think that using a hydrating product is the last thing you should do. Although it may seem, by the buildup sebum, that your skin is moisturized it doesn’t mean that your skin is well-hydrated. When you strip away these oils, the hydration level of your skin goes down. When your skin is dehydrated, it will produce more oil to compensate for the lack of hydration. This can lead to more breakouts and irritation. Remember that just because your skin is oily, it doesn’t mean that is it well-hydrated.