Our Skin

Skin is the largest organ of our body and acts as a natural barrier to protect our body from extremes of temperature, harmful chemicals, allergens, viruses and bacteria among other functions. Therefore, it makes sense to look after our skin well rather than taking it for granted.

Skin is made up of three layers that form a protective barrier between the body and the environment:

  • Epidermis – thin but tough outer layer
  • Dermis – contains hair follicles and sweat glands
  • Hypodermis – the deepest layer

To help maintain the natural protective barrier of our skin, we need to actively moisturising the Stratum Corneum (the very top layer of epidermis) in order to keep it hydrated and healthy.

General Skincare

Having a regular and consistent skincare routine that includes moisturiser and soap-free cleanser is essential in caring of our skin.

Everyone’s skin is different. As a result, different people will response to skincare products differently.  However, a general moisturiser tends to work well for many people.

Not only it helps restoring moisture to our skin, moisturiser also forms a barrier over our skin which helps locking moisture in and protect our skin from external environmental elements.

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