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How to Prevent Transepidermal Water Loss

How to Prevent Transepidermal Water Loss

Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) is a process in which moisture evaporates from the skin, leaving it vulnerable to dryness. It is an essential measure of skin barrier function and health. TEWL can be affected by environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and air contaminants, as well as lifestyle habits like diet and exercise. Factors that contribute to high levels of TEWL include excessive washing or scrubbing of the skin, use of harsh soaps or cleansers, low humidity environments, and prolonged exposure to sun or wind. Additionally, certain medical conditions such as eczema or psoriasis may exacerbate the issue. The good news is that good facial products like Nakin’s Natural Anti-Ageing Skincare can help to reduce the amount of transepidernal water loss that occurs from the face.

One way to reduce transepidermal water loss is to keep the skin properly moisturised. Always applying high quality natural treatments and moisturisers like ours is an easy way to help to retain moisture in the skin and prevent it from escaping. Applying layers of humectant-containing serums, oils and creams after cleansing can help seal in moisture and protect the skin from environmental factors that cause dehydration. Additionally, our products contain occlusive ingredients which are excellent for areas prone to dryness to create an additional barrier against water loss. It is important to remember that these products should be applied in both the morning and evening to have the best effect, and this will help then form an effective protective barrier that is always working to prevent transepidermal water loss. Finally, avoiding harsh soaps and cleansers that strip the skin of its natural oils can prevent further dryness and dehydration. This is why it is a good idea to use hydrating natural cleansers like ours. By following these simple steps, you can help minimise transepidermal water loss and keep your skin hydrated.

For optimal results, you should also consider supplementing your topical routine with lifestyle changes. Limiting exposure to extreme temperatures, such as very hot showers or baths, will help prevent further dehydration. Additionally, drinking plenty of water throughout the day can help keep the skin properly hydrated from the inside out. These simple steps can be incredibly effective in helping to reduce transepidermal water loss and keeping your skin healthy and moisturised.

If our skin loses too much moisture then it can negatively affect the skin barrier, so it is important to keep it hydrated and conditioned. By understanding transepidermal water loss, we can take steps to ensure healthy skin by avoiding factors that increase TEWL and using appropriate products to maintain moisture in the skin. Taking proper care of the skin will help protect against dryness and other issues related to water loss.

We hope that you have found our blog post helpful about preventing transepidermal water loss. At Nakin our full range of natural anti-ageing products is designed to hydrate skin and keep the face and neck hydrated and moisturised. You can find out more about us as a brand and our anti-ageing face products online at www.nakinskincare.com

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