What is waterless skincare?
Water is essential to life. Usually, when we think of water, we think of hydration. In fact, many skincare products list water first in their formulations. Why? For one reason, water is a natural solvent that is used to blend ingredients together. If you’ve ever made lemonade, you’ve probably seen how adding sugar to water and stirring it will cause the sugar to dissolve. Water is great for lemonade, but what about your skin? The fact is that skincare products made with water can actually cause more harm than good? Why?
Why Waterless Skincare is Better
As we mentioned before, we may think of water as hydrating. Many skincare companies would have you believe that, too. However, adding water to skincare can have detrimental effects on your skin. How so? Our skin produces natural oils that serve as a protective barrier. When water is used in skincare, it takes that protection away as it evaporates, leaving your skin dry. You’ve probably experienced this after taking a shower or bath.
Instead of using water, many skincare brands have discovered the wisdom of using oils like olive and almond as a primary ingredient. These oils are natural moisturizers that protect and strengthen the skin. For instance, olive oil is loaded with antioxidants that helps to heal the skin
Waterless Skincare from SallyeAnder
If you take a look at our products, from lip balms to essential soaps, you’ll see that we’ve long embraced the benefits of waterless skincare. For instance, our Rescue Me Balm is a blend of cocoa butter, beneficial oils, and a mixture of essential oils. This combination creates an incredible product that our customers turn to again and again to help with skin irritation and more.
Which SallyeAnder product is a part of your waterless skincare program? Let us know in the comments below.
Rescue me is wonderful but a lovely face balm would be even more helpful!