Compromised Barrier function facial by Rhonda Allison for people with very sensitive reactive or rosacea skin at Red Lotus Skin and Lash Salon.Read Now
The skin barrier serves an important role in protecting us from toxins, bacteria, infection, and other DNA-damaging elements. Today, however, compromised barrier is more prevalent than ever before as a result of our environment, overuse of skin care products with harsh ingredients, medications, autoimmune diseases, and even aggressive professional treatments.
What happens when the barrier becomes compromised? There are a number of challenges that may arise including increased dryness and irritations, susceptibility to bacteria, and even more serious issues like rosacea and acne. With the prevalence of compromised barrier, let’s make 2017 the year for resuscitating the skin.
How do you it? With the right combination of ingredients, professional treatments and proper home care. This two-part blog series will address these core areas starting with the top ingredients for repairing compromised barrier and building strength.
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