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Quench that thirst!

Thursday, 9th January, 2020 8:57am

It's over a week into January and we're going to need a little help for a brighter complexion! Even with maximum highlighter and foundation, skin is dehydrated after a hectic Christmas period.

Dry skin differs from dehydrated skin in that dry skin is a skin type, but dehydrated skin is a condition anyone can experience when skin is affected by external factors, diet and skincare regime.

Dry skin can be frustrating and uncomfortable and can lead to other skin problems like flakiness, itching, wrinkles, and even eczema and psoriasis.

As we age, the skin is less capable of maintaining moisture, and age-related loss of moisture can cause more dryness over time. In order to prevent this, and ensure total hydration is achieved, a good serum is an essential first step.

Yon-ka Hydra No1 serum contains hyaluronic acid which draws water in and penetrates deep into the skin dermis. The next step being locking in this moisture with Yon-Ka Crème and for even more intense hydration, Yon-Ka Hydra No1 Masque is your new best friend!

Yon-Ka Paris Hydra No1 Creme (€51.50) is a comforting cream for dehydrated, dry or sensitive skin. Its long lasting hydrating power is complemented by its rich oil-restoring, soothing and anti-aging ingredients which protect the skin against environmental factors.

Yon-Ka Paris Hydra No1 Masque (€49) is a gel-cream mask. With delicate floral aromas, it provides immediate, time-released, deep hydration.

Yon-Ka Paris Hydra No1 Serum (€65) is a creamy and refreshing gel and the perfect emergency remedy for very dehydrated skin. It is quickly absorbed and replenishes the skins hydration levels.

Yon-ka Paris skincare is available from professional salons across Cork.

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