How To Use Skinkraft Barrier Repair Cream

The Skinkraft barrier repair cream is an ultra hydrating formula for dry skin.  Here’s How To Use Skinkraft Barrier Repair Cream  Take a good quantity of cream into your palms  Use your fingertips to gently massage the cream into your face  For best results, use Skinkraft barrier repair cream twice a day.  Benefits of Skinkraft barrier repair cream Prevents damage Locks moisture Soothes dry skin  Repairs skin barrier Active composition of the barrier repair cream  Barrier repair cream consists of 28 ingredients of which 3 are ceramides which are found in high concentration in human stratum and less in damaged...

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How To Use Skinkraft Barrier Repair Cream

How SkinKraft Works

Every skin is unique and requires a certain way to treat itself. For example, you might share the same skin type as your friend but your skin requirements will still differ. Her skin might be more sensitive to sunlight than your skin or your skin might require more hydration than her skin. When your skin’s current characteristics and needs are as unique as you understanding it should be the first step. At SkinKraft we help you understand this step and address multiple skin concerns one at a time. Let’s look at how SkinKraft could help your skin Start Your Skin...

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How SkinKraft Works

SkinKraft Answers: What Is PIH?

What Is Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)? Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a medical term used to describe dark or discolored spots left on the skin after acne. It looks like a flat area of discoloration that is generally purple, brown or black in color (depending on the skin tone). PIH is prevalent in both men and women, although it’s more common in darker skin tones. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about PIH. What causes PIH? PIH starts with an overproduction of melanin, the skin pigment that offers color to your skin, hair, and the iris of your eyes....

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SkinKraft Answers: What Is PIH?

Why You Need To Protect Your Skin Barrier

  What Is The Skin Barrier? Commonly referred to as the skin barrier, the outermost layer of the skin’s surface has a scientific name: stratum corneum. The stratum corneum or the skin barrier is like a shield that protects the lower layers of skin from external damage. Starting from the outside, your skin consists of three layers: epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis. The outermost layer of the epidermis, the stratum corneum, greatly impacts how healthy or unhealthy your skin looks. The stratum corneum is made of three types of lipids (fats): cholesterol, fatty acids & ceramides. Let’s talk about the most...

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Why You Need To Protect Your Skin Barrier

SkinKraft Answers: What is Colloidal Oatmeal?

Colloidal oatmeal refers to finely milled and processed whole oat kernels. Not be confused with your breakfast cereal, colloidal oatmeal is formed when oats are finely ground, almost to nanoparticles - to 44 microns in size, and added to water. This causes the fine powder to expand and create a gel-like substance which acts as an emollient(a substance that prevents water loss from the skin’s surface). ‘Colloid’ simply means, an evenly distributed mixture of one substance (oatmeal, in this case) suspended in another (water). Colloidal oatmeal includes the bran of oat kernels i.e the outer layer of oats that contains...

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SkinKraft Answers: What is Colloidal Oatmeal?