As we move into winter, the wind wicks away moisture, leading to loss of hydration, peeling and tiny cracks of skin. For you, the easiest way to beat dry skin might be to enhance hydration or apply rich moisturizer, but ask yourself this: Isn’t this just a superficial work?
Hydrating with water, applying more rich moisturizer or facial oils can’t solve the wreaking havoc on your skin in winter. “Water spray can just create instant hydration for the superficial stratum corneum. If there are no subsequent appropriate moisturizers, it increases water loss instead,” says Dr. Yu, a dermatologist of Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan. However, due to the large molecule size, all the common rich creams or facial oils can do is stay on the skin surface, but it cannot really provide skin with nutrients to defend dry humidity and low temperature.
Dakini Bhutan Shilajit is a precious black resinous substance, regarded as an elixir in Ayurvedic Medicine. It originated from the Himalayas via plate movement 65 million years ago. Abundant forests and seabed plants were sealed deeply in the mountain, having been transformed into beneficial and highly absorbable antioxidants.
With Bhutan Shilajit, DakiniDéesse is rich in natural Fulvic Acid and more than 85 minerals and trace elements of an extremely small molecular size. With its strong penetrability, fulvic acid helps the skin with effective and deep self-repairing, while those micronutrients help the skin form natural protective films. The skin is repaired, soothed, truly hydrated from the inside out. DakiniDéesse nourishes and protects your skin to beat winter skin blues.
(Translated from http://www.epochtimes.com/b5/17/12/21/n9978298.htm )