Dry skin can be caused by both external and internal factors. External factors include UV rays, temperature, dry climate, and wind, while internal factors include genetics, atopic dermatitis, eczema, and aging. However, when the skin is constantly exposed to dryness, it ages faster and loses its elasticity. This can lead to the development of wrinkles, spots, and blemishes.
To combat these problems, we manage our skin with functional cosmetics, mask packs, and massages. However, aging doesn't just happen on the outside, it also occurs in the dermis and deep fascia layers of the skin. At this point, even if you apply functional cosmetics that are good for your skin, you may feel that it is not enough. Cosmetics form a protective layer on the skin's outer surface, but they may not be able to deliver moisture to the inner layers.
If dryness persists, the skin layer will continue to sag due to gravity, and the production of the substances involved in elasticity, such as collagen, will decrease, and the elasticity of the skin will quickly decrease. In this case, it is recommended to promote the regeneration of collagen and elastic fibers in the skin, not only on the outside, but also on the inside.
That is why many travelers visit dermatologists in Korea for practical care and treatment. Positive changes can be seen in a short period of time, and even those who feel limited by their own skin care regimen can expect satisfactory results. Here are some combined Korean treatments to combat dryness.