My skin is dry.

How should I take care of her to give her the best?


Get to know your dry skin and learn how to take care of it.

Dry skin is thin skin, susceptible to irritation, flaking and other uncomfortable symptoms for sufferers.

This type of skin is a consequence of low sebaceous gland activity. As a consequence, the skin loses some of its protective capacity and external irritants can penetrate deeper into the skin.

The surface of the skin is naturally protected against external aggressions by the hydrolipidic film, made up of water and lipids. When an anomaly occurs, in addition to the discomfort it usually causes, it can jeopardize its protective function.

What causes dry skin?


Lack of hydration or a diet low in fruits, vegetables, fish and healthy fats can also lead to dry skin.


Cold, windy climates with low humidity and sudden changes in temperature favor the appearance of dry skin.

Inadequate beauty routine

Excessive cleansing, abuse of hot water or the use of abrasive products can dry out your skin.

Excessive sun exposure without adequate protection

Ultraviolet light increases the evaporation of water from the skin, making it more prone to becoming dry skin. In addition, failure to do so with adequate sun protection can also lead to other more serious diseases.


Over the years, the skin loses collagen and natural hydration, leading to skin dehydration.

Some diseases

Atopic dermatitis, diabetes, psoriasis or the use of certain medications can also cause dry skin.


  • Tone off
  • Tightness
  • Roughness to the touch
  • Redness
  • Lack of elasticity
  • Peeling
  • Roughness to the touch
  • Fine lines or cracks
  • Premature appearance of wrinkles
  • It is often accompanied by uncomfortable sensations such as burning and/or itching.