How To Hydrate Skin Using Superfoods

How To Hydrate Skin Using Superfoods

Contrary to what you may believe, hydration is vital for all skin types—oily skin, sensitive skin, balanced skin, and dry skin. Naturally, the types of cleansers, lotions, and ingredients each of these types should use may vary. However, at the end of the day, keeping your skin moisturized is a fundamental component of good skincare.

So, what do you do if your regular moisturizer just isn’t doing the trick? Perhaps your go-to product used to keep your skin feeling flawless, but it just hasn’t been hitting quite the same recently. Or, perhaps you’ve always struggled to find a formula that’s perfectly suited to your unique skin. In any case, you’re probably looking for a new solution for your dehydrated skin.

Well, allow us to present to you an alternative option: superfoods.

Generally speaking, the term “superfoods” refers to any food that is known to contain a high level of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients. These foods may also be low in calories. 

Superfoods originated as a dietary category; however, that classification has quickly shifted to include skincare ingredients, as well. These ingredients have countless skin benefits to offer. Likewise, they are inherently all-natural, vegan, and cruelty-free. 

In this article, we’re going to explore all of the best hydrating superfoods in the skincare game today. We’ll guide you through all of the benefits and uses of these ingredients, as well as all the reasons that you should add a superfood layer to your skincare routine as soon as possible. 

So, without further ado, let’s talk about how to avoid wrinkles and fine lines and banish dullness and dry patches forever with proper hydration.

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To begin, let’s discuss colloidal oatmeal, one of the most classic skincare superfoods out there. In case you were unsure, colloidal oatmeal is simply ground-up oat grain that has the consistency of a fine powder. It’s used in many moisturizers, shampoos, and shaving creams. It’s a natural emollient, which means it softens and soothes the skin.

This type of oatmeal has both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s also packed with proteins and nutrients that make it very beneficial for the skin.

If you’re looking to moisturize and soothe your skin, this is one of the best ingredients you can choose. It’s particularly suited to treating conditions like eczema, skin irritation, or overall dryness.

If you’d like to give your whole body a hydration boost, try taking a relaxing colloidal oatmeal bath. Simply add about one cup of the substance into a lukewarm bath. Lie in the bathtub for about 10-15 minutes before patting your skin dry. This should leave your whole body feeling smooth, soft, and hydrated.


Coconut Oil 

Coconut oil rose to popularity in the skincare world a few years back, and it has quickly become a widely-used ingredient. However, we should note that this oil is a bit more nuanced than the other superfoods we’ve mentioned so far. Coconut oil has the potential to be an effective moisturizer, but you have to use it properly.

Basically, coconut oil traps water into the skin to keep it hydrated—in other words, it acts as a sealant. It’s most effective when used on top of a moisturizer or on top of damp skin, like right when you hop out of the shower. 

Moreover, it’s important to know that coconut oil is ideal for areas like your hands, knees, and arms. However, when used on the face, chest, or back, coconut oil may cause your skin to break out. These areas are simply more prone to acne. 

So, if you need a quick, powerful burst of hydration on a body part other than your face, coconut oil is a viable and affordable option. 


Desert Lime 

Next, let’s discuss an ingredient that’s a bit more unusual—that is, desert lime. This unique fruit is truly a top-tier superfood. It contains a shockingly high concentration of vitamin C, one of the most sought-after skincare ingredients in the industry right now. As such, it provides a whole range of skin benefits, like boosting collagen production and fading dark spots.

Of course, desert limes are also an excellent source of skin hydration. The vitamin C in desert limes helps the skin hold onto moisture, which in turn keeps the texture of your skin in check. Using desert lime in any capacity should help your skin stay smooth, radiant, and hydrated.

Beyond that, desert lime also helps reduce and prevent redness of the skin. In this sense, it also has soothing properties in addition to its moisturizing abilities. Whether you choose to use it in a serum, a mask, or anything else, this ingredient has the potential to seriously help your skin. 


Treat Yourself With a Superfood Face Mask 

As you can see, there are tons of superfoods that will help keep your skin as hydrated as ever. Many of these foods are readily available, and you could easily concoct a DIY face mask or exfoliating scrub using these superfoods at home. Those dead skin cells will be no match for your exfoliation routine. 

However, if you’re not in the mood to try out your product-mixing skills, we have an alternative option for you: our Vitamin C Clay Mask.

This mask has everything. Firstly, it features desert lime, one of the most hydrating superfoods available today. This ingredient provides high levels of vitamin C and all the benefits that come along with it.

In addition, our mask contains the ultra-hydrating ingredient aloe vera. Plus, it has several more superfoods to give you all the skin benefits you could want. These foods include turmeric, kakadu plum, kale extract, grape seed oil, and much more.

All of these powerful ingredients combine to create a hydrating face mask that will leave your skin feeling softer and smoother than ever. Moreover, it will give your face that natural, radiant glow that we all strive to achieve and can seriously combat stubborn dehydration.

So, if you’re looking to incorporate a few superfoods into your weekly routine, you’ve come to the right place. Our Vitamin C mask is the only way to go.


Concluding Comments on Hydrating Superfoods 

Hopefully, this article has convinced you that trying out a superfood or two is totally worth it. These ingredients will leave your skin looking smooth and radiant, and they may just help you achieve the skin glow up you’ve always wanted.

As a bonus, we’ve got a few extra hydration tips for you to keep in mind, too: 

  • Dehydrated skin is usually due to a lack of water, which means you can technically have oily, acne-prone skin that’s still dehydrated. You may be able to alleviate some of the symptoms by working from the inside out. Drink plenty of water and try to incorporate foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon, into your diet. 

  • As relaxing as a long, hot shower can be, try to keep the temperature down so that the hot water doesn’t strip your skin of its natural moisture. 

  • Sun exposure is a killer for dehydrated skin. If you live in a particularly hot, dry climate, make sure that you’re regularly wearing your SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. The peeling skin, itchiness, and inflammation from a sunburn can majorly dehydrate you. 

Be sure to test out one (or all) of these superfoods, and let us know how it goes. Best of luck out there!


Superfoods: Health benefits, uses, and risks | Medical News Today

What Is Colloidal Oatmeal? Benefits, Uses, and Safety | Healthline

Coconut Oil Moisturizer Dos and Don'ts | Healthline

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