Most people don't realize that the chappy, dry feeling of your skin does not always equate to dehydration. Dehydration and dryness are two very different skin conditions, treated in specific ways, with specific targets. The experts at Jillian Wright's Clinical Skin Spa understand the difference and have the perfect solution for both dry and dehydrated skin.
When skin is dry, it fails to produce sebum, or oil, making the skin alipidic (dryness due to lack of lipids). Since dry skin does not produce oil, it cannot maintain moisture and therefore appears rough, with obvious wrinkles. A lack of moisture in your skin makes it more sensitive, therefore prone to break outs and irritation.
Dehydrated skin is similar to dry skin in that it lacks moisture. But unlike dry skin, dehydrated skin continues to produce sebum and the lack of moisture on the skin's surface causes pores and skin cells to create a smooth skin surface. Dehydrated skin will make your face feel tight, and create noticeable lines on the surface. People who struggle with acne and test various acne-fighting products will also deal with dehydrated skin.
For dry or dehydrated skin turn to Jillian Wright's Clinical Skin Spa for the special Ultra Brightening Moisture Rx Facial. This beginner hyper-pigmentation facial is designed to rehydrate thirsty skin and will be designed for dehydrated or dry skin. For $200, or $250 with Jillian Wright herself, this 75-minute facial treatment will leave your skin feeling moisturized and quenched.
Anyone with extra sensitive skin should consult an aesthetician prior to this facial as it contains 20% lactic.