Water in skin contributes to plumpness and suppleness and the look and feel of your skin. The water content of your skin will ebb and flow quickly because your skin will absorb environmental water – like from your bath or shower or humid air. It will also lose water to dehydrated air.
Dehydrated skin is skin that has lost some of its ideal water content. Dehydrated skin is more rigid, less supple, and less plump than fully hydrated skin.
But, too much hydration leads to the lipid mortar becoming more permeable too and the skin can become too permeable. This is how occlusion therapy works, such as when medicine delivered under a patch that you wear on your skin.
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