20 Sep Barrier Repair Creams To Boost Your Skin
Your skin’s barrier is the outermost layer, and is responsible for keeping moisture in and irritants and dirt out. Obviously when this layer is compromised, this can impact on your overall skin health and hydration. Over the last year maskne and extra stress has led more and more people to consider the implications on the skin barrier’s condition – and to look for ways to repair it. Here at Pure Skin Boutique we have the best barrier repair creams and products on the market.
How Does the Skin Barrier Become Damaged?
Most barrier damage comes from friction, such as with the constant on-and-off mask application, and from stripping skin of its natural oils with harsh exfoliants and over cleansing. Stress and hormones can also be culprits in compromising the skin barrier.
Best Barrier Repair Creams
This is the ultimate barrier repair product, as it acts as a barrier for the skin itself. Provitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and biotin combine with a maximum amount of rich ceramides to help your skin create a seal of freshness which protects it from environmental damage and will also help guard against further irritation.
The concentrated combination of active elements in this light fluid support the skin by protecting it from free radical damage. The formula promotes cell regeneration, hyaluron provides volume, plumping and smoothing the skin, while detox agents protect the skin’s natural barrier.
This CONCUR Cream contains high-quality detox agents, which combine to protect skin, while hyaluronan helps to replenish the moisture reserves, which may be compromised if your skin barrier is damaged. Special proteins help to restore an even complexion and avocado oil lends your skin a smooth suppleness.
The microbiome is our natural shield, it maintains the skin barrier, regulates the pH-value and protects the skin from stressors from the environment. This cream promotes the formation of hyaluronic acid in the skin which hydrates and smooths the microstructure of the skin, while helping to restore and protect the skin barrier.
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