You Have Dry Skin & ACNE? Best Skincare for Dry vs Dehydrated Skin l You Need to See This!
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You Have Dry Skin & ACNE? Best Skincare for Dry vs Dehydrated Skin l You Need to See This!


Hi everyone! Welcome back to Teen Beauty Bible It’s Kasper and I’m back with another episode So in our previous episode, we talked all about acne, the causes of acne, and natural ways to deal with it Not only did you guys love our content, but you guys always give our teen guests a warm welcome So thank you so much for that Today, we have another interesting topic for you guys so let’s begin So, do you guys have an accurate idea of what skin type is? Have you ever thought Hmm my skin is dry, so I must have dry skin! If you’ve ever thought this then please pay attention Just because your skin feels dry, it doesn’t mean you have dry skin What? Our survey shows that there are various symptoms to dry skin The answer that got ranked the highest was The surface of my skin is seeping-with-oil level oily, but still feels dry There are some you guys that feel like you have dry skin but have acne And some of you guys that don’t If you were all having dry skin problems, then shouldn’t the symptoms be the same? But why are they all so different? It’s because feeling dry doesn’t necessarily mean you have dry skin Then let’s say bye-bye to dryness and say hello to our teen guest Hi If you feel dry, you may have dry skin Or you may have dehydrated skin Usually, people with dry skin focus on moisturization And this is the reason behind the unresolved dryness Dry skin does lack moisture but the direct reason to dry skin is the lack of oil Oil acts against the evaporation of moisture So lack of oil then leads to a lack of moisture So first we need to figure out why oil level decreases in order to stop this from happening Number 1: Inherent This is when you inherently don’t produce a lot of sebum On the other hand, if you produce a lot of sebum and oil, then again you have oily skin Number 2: Excess removal of oil Even if you produce enough oil, if you excessively remove it this will lead to lack of moisture Number 3: Aging As you age the level of sebum secretion decreases So people who never felt like they were dry can start to feel like they have dry skin So then, what’s the difference between dehydrated skin and dry skin? Dehydrated skin is when you lack moisture Dry skin is when you lack moisture because of lack of oil And dehydrated skin is when your oil level is normal but you just lack moisture Dehydrated skin is more of a skin condition than a skin type So what causes it? Number 1: Damaged skin barriers When your skin’s barrier is damaged, you’re more easily vulnerable to external irritations Those irritations impact your skin directly and lead to more evaporation of moisture Number 2: Skin Heat When your skin has a lot of heat, your capillaries are enlarged very easily Also, as the temperature of your skin rises, it blocks the level of moisture getting into your dermal layer Number 3: Your Daily routines and habits When you consume foods and liquids that have direct effects, which contain sodium or caffeine It could actually make you lose your necessary moisture Also, lack of sleep is another really bad habit that takes away moisture from skin Number 4: Exposure to the sun Exposing your skin continuously to UV rays without sun-protection Means you’re losing moisture continuously If sunlight keeps scorching and scorching without rainfall Then it obviously means the surface’s going to get dryer and dryer As you can see, dry skin and dehydrated skin are fundamentally very different Now we need to figure out whether or not our skin is lacking in oil or moisture The explanations that we’ve given so far don’t make it very clear as to which side you’re leaning towards, right? Sometimes, people with oily skin can feel dehydrated and use a lot of products With a lot of oil in them Which is not necessarily the right way of skincare If you have dry skin, your entire body will feel dry not only your face Is there anyone out there that always feel like they need hand cream? These type of people look like they have very small pores, they look like they don’t get any acne And they look like they have really good skin When you have dry skin, it’s very likely that you’re also dehydrated This is because you don’t have enough oil to protect your moisture Those of you who picked our second option on our survey I don’t have any acne but I feel so dry Are probably people with dry skin Remember I said that dehydrated skin is skin that is lacking in moisture? If you feel like your skin is oily on the surface but dry on the inside Or if you keep getting pimples even though you’re dry You might be just dehydrated Number 3 on our survey, ‘The surface of my skin is seeping-with-oil level oily but I feel so dry’ Is a classic symptom of dehydrated skin And this could happen to oily skin, dry skin, and even combination skin Skincare for dry skin The most important thing for dry skin is protection your oil Number 1: Face wash If you have dry skin, you don’t need to use a cleanser in the morning Just wash your face with water and you don’t need to rub very hard either When you use a cleanser in both morning and night you might be ridding yourself of necessary oil So it’s good to just wash your face with water in the morning At night, use a cleanser that has a similar pH to your skin in order to protect your skin’s barrier And try not to wash for over a 1 or 2 minutes and wash with lukewarm water Hot water can enlarge your veins which could actually make your skin dryer And also when you dry your face, don’t rub it but just gently dab it Number 2: Exfoliation As mentioned many times in previous videos, it’s important that different skin types exfoliate differently Dry skin tends to have thin skin layer so it’s best not to make your skin irritated And oily skin can use scrub type exfoliators but dry skin shouldn’t So on dry skin, instead of using physical exfoliators, try using chemical exfoliators Among chemical exfoliators, there are AHA and BHA AHA doesn’t get rid of oil too much so it’s better for dry skin BHA can actually exfoliate and get rid of sebum within the pores Also, it’s better to exfoliate at night than in the morning 3: Oil-moisture care Dry skin is almost always dehydrated so it’s really really important to take care of your moisture But just as much as important as it is to take care of your moisture It’s really important to take care of your oil as well Use toners that do not contain any alcohol Alcohol is commonly found within toners but alcohol can actually get rid of necessary oil So if you feel severely dry don’t use toners with alcohol in it and try layering toner in your skin For moisturizers, try using a product that contains oil but doesn’t block your pores Or products with ceramides in them cause it’s very similar to natural sebum

41 Comments

  • Wishtrend TV

    Hi Wishtrenders 💖

    Today’s episode was about differentiating DEHYDRATED SKIN and DRY SKIN, and manage them right. Anyone found out you were getting dry feeling because you actually have dehydrated skin? 💦

    If you’re curious about anything shared in today’s episode of Teen Beauty Bible, let us know in the comments!

  • Novia Permata sari

    thank you!!! thank you so much wishtrend for providing this video.
    usually i have a combi to oily skin type. my skincare routine also doesnt change & i drink a lot of water everyday, but these days i kept getting small bumps on my face & my face feels reeeeally dry even after putting layers of toner, essence & moisturizer.
    turns out i have a dehidrated skin bc of my lifestyle & the area when im living is currently facing a draught season with no rains since months ago 😭

  • Paris Aguilera

    Thanks for the video. Now i know thar my skin is dry. Sorry i wasn't here before im 5 hours late because im in England soo…

  • Thomas7

    I thought Teen Beauty Bible was gone but anyway my whole face is really dry, my forehead skin is peeling off a bit and my face is kind of dry but the top of my mouth got a red line on it and it really hurts when I touch it a little with my tongue. My chin is really dry and skin falling off like my forehead. When I open my mouth widely the side of the mouth feels hurt too and my face feels really tight.

  • Spongebob's Soul

    For a month I tried to wash my face with a cleanser then apply cream and sunscreen, that month I got a lot of pimples, even my sister and mom noticed too, they thought it was just because of puberty, so I decided to stop because I thought that it wasn't worth it. Now I wash my face only with water, sometimes I apply sunscreen but not always. I get less flaws, I don't know if it's only me.

  • Asha

    Thanks Wishtrend for this episode. It literally solved every problem I have with my dry skin. (also hope TBB continues, its really helpful!)💖💖💖

  • Althea W.

    I also have a dry skin and after living here in canada, my skin becomes worse. It's dry and have these bumpy skin. Sometimes it gets itchy or something. It really looks so ugly when exposed to sunlight. I have tried many products to get rid of it but it still on my face. Usually on my forehead and cheeks. I'm 17 yo btw. These bumpy skin that looks like tiny pimples is on my face for years now. This is the first time I experienced this. I also get a lot of pimples. Before, i just get 1 before my period but now it's like 3-5. I just want to know how to get rid of this and what's this called. 🙂

  • Masha

    Kasper, really amazing video! So helpful! By now I was using physical exfoliant, which made my skin very sensitive. I will now switch to chemical exfoliant – I saw you recommended to use AHA or BHA, which one would you recommend for dry skin which got sensitive? I hope I can restore it again:)

  • Ra Eun Lee

    Tbh, I came to the conclusion that I have dry skin because of the blotting paper test. I've always thought that I have oily skin but tadah, every single sheet fell off. So yeah, dry skin. In that video of yours, you didn't really gave specific tests for dehydrated skin so I'm not sure 😅

  • Sanjida Rifa

    I Have So Many Black Head & White Head And My Face Skin Type Is Oily How Can The Black Head And White Head Gone? I'm a tenager Can You Show Us & Give Us Offer For That Please

  • Chow Fang Fang Nerissa

    Hi wishtrend tv
    I have a friend of mine who's having her tertiary education now, and she's has to stay overnight to do her project work almost every day and from your videos I heard that loss of sleep could cause skin problems as well, so is there any skincare tips that I can give her on how to address this problem?

  • HORROR UNLIMITED

    That video explain why I always had oily skin, and suddenly my skin start to get dry and flaking….
    I have sleeping very bad, because I drink coffee to get awake to work and produce more …

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