Moisture Barrier is the  outermost layer of skin, it protects skin from pollutant, irritant and retain moisture. When your skin barrier is damaged, your skin could develops any of following symptoms; 

  • Dry
  • Acne 
  • Redness
  • Inflamed skin
Here is simplest ways to restore your moisture barrier. 
Simplify your routine 

Switch your complicated routine to basic routine, cleanser, moisturiser and sunscreen. Sometimes, overusing or combining products can worsen skin conditions.

Stop using acid

While acid does exfoliate dead skin cells, it could also cause damaging your skin barrier because it strip your moisture barrier (when you exfoliate too often) 

Sunscreen

Sunscreen is important to protect your skin from free radical damage. UV rays can damage your skin barrier. 

Products we recommend to protect and restore your moisture barrier; 

Nourishing Oil 

There are studies suggested that applying topical plants oil can improve moisture barrier (PMID 29280987). Topical plants oil may act to promote skin barrier function and wound healing, provide antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

Vital B elixir 

This potent elixir is formulated with 5% niacinamide, 2% Panthenol and Hyaluronic acid. Many studies shown that niacinamide stimulates ceramided production in your skin while panthenol and hyaluronic acid containing formulation provide hydration and retain moisture to your skin. (Bissett DL, Oblong JE, Saud A, et al. Topical niacinamide provides skin aging appearance benefits while enhancing barrier function. J Clin Dermatol. 2003;32S:9–18)

Probiotic Lotion 

Our best selling moisturiser is formulated with probiotic and other nourishing ingredients such as rosehip oil, aloe vera. There are many studies suggested topical probiotic in skincare has ability to improve moisture barrier, hydrate skin

Moisture barrier can be tricky, therefore please visit dermatologist if you notice severe skin damage.

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