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What is Skin Rewilding? 

What is Skin Rewilding? 

As skincare trends cycle through the internet – especially on SkinTok – we become more and more dubious as to whether their claims are true or if it’s just another fad. Skin rewilding is one of the newest internet hypes, but what does it mean, does it work, and how can we see the benefits?  

A Bit of Context… 

Rewind back to lockdown 2020 (and no, we’re not talking about Tiger King or banana bread…), we were doing anything to keep us occupied, including DIY face-masks and other skin trends. Whilst there are other factors that damage our skin, adding too many products – or the wrong ones – into our skincare routine, leaves long-term effects. During lockdown, many of us got a little carried away with skincare actives, creating a catalyst for sensitivity and damaged skin barriers How can we re-nourish our skin, and more specifically, what is the skin rewilding process? 

In Simple Terms: What is Skin Rewilding? 

Whilst skin rewilding is complex to explain, it is simply re-nourishing our skin by caring for the bacteria that protects our skin’s microbiome. The aim of rewilding is cutting out harmful chemicals, to concentrate on renewing and restoring the skin barrier. If we use too many artificial substances, we can strip our skin off the goodness that supports healthy-looking and healthy-feeling skin. This can exacerbate skin conditions such as such as rosacea and dermatitis, amongst others. In short, skin re-wilding takes us back to nature, feeding our skin with what it needs to naturally rejuvenate.  

Can Skin Rewilding Address My Skin Concerns?  

Whilst we still love powerful products such as exfoliators and retinol (just to name a couple), your skin does benefit from more natural skincare products. Just like we eat probiotic foods to help our gut, we can feed our skin with probiotic skincare that heals our skin barrier. If you suffer with stressed or inflamed skin, skin rewilding can help to soothe the skin and bring your skin back to life with a deeply nourished complexion. With an improved barrier function, comes reduced skin sensitivity, because of strengthening the skin barrier. Let’s delve into how you can try skin rewilding to address your skin concerns…   

How to ‘Rewild’ Your Skin 

If you feel like skin rewilding would be beneficial for your skin, then there are many ways that you can re-balance your sin and protect your skin layers. Go back to basics by trying a rewilding kit, a facial, or concentrated serums, as some ideas for where to start.  

30 Day Rewilding Kits  

If you want to strengthen the skin barrier function for healthy skin, an option is to explore 30 day rewilding kits. With a range of different products, you can find these kits online for a step-by-step process to support skin health. This is more of an easy way if you’re not sure where to start, because you can change your skin regime in one go.  

Facials  

We all love a pamper and a spa day, but why not book yourself in for a facial specifically for skin rewilding? Facials that support skin rewilding will involve an application of live microbes, which is the probiotics that nourish the skin barrier. Maybe it’s time to treat yourself and book in for a self-care day….  

Concentrated Serums  

Hyaluronic acid serums can help to boost barrier function so that skin doesn’t lose water. If you are looking for a way to nourish your skin with hyaluronic acid without your usual, daily multi-step skincare regime, then you could try skin boosters. How can skin boosters benefit my skin concerns when it comes to skin rewilding?  

Nourish Your Skin With Seventy Hyal 2000 

The shelves of our bathrooms can become overcrowded, stocked with the next ‘best thing’ that we see on TikTok. Yet a volatile cocktail of active products may actually be harmful to our skin. There is a solution to a multi-step skincare routine. 

 Skin boosters are a new wave of injectable skincare. Doing more than just hydrating the skin, Seventy Hyal 2000 bio-stimulates the production of collagen, to plump the skin and create a contoured effect. Nourishing the skin as a hybrid booster, Seventy Hyal 2000 offers one of the highest molecular weights of hyaluronic acid on the market, giving your complexion an undeniable glow from the very first treatment. This also helps to rejuvenate the skin and heal your skin barrier, as it is injected directly into the dermis. As the treatment penetrates the skin, it hydrates more effectively than topical skincare. 

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance that supports skin’s moisture reserves from the inside-out. This supports skin rewilding by keeping the skin barrier moisturised, and therefore, skin layers are protected. If you are wanting to repair your skin barrier, then Seventy Hyal 2000 rejuvenates the skin to renew and restore skin layers. Holding one of the highest molecular weights of hyaluronic acid on the market, a Seventy Hyal 2000 treatment can give you the healthy, feel-good skin that you want from a nourished skin barrier.   

If you are considering skin rewilding but would prefer a shorter skincare regime to save the time and effort that goes into a multi-step skin rewilding process, then book in with your local Seventy Hyal clinic! With minimal downtime needed and treatments only needed to be topped up every 6-12 months (determined by skin quality), then this could be the solution for your skincare needs.    

Round-Up: What is Skin Rewilding? 

Whilst we probably don’t want to re-wind back to many lockdown behaviours, there are certain things that we want to rewind the effects of, such as internet trends that had bad effects on our skin. Skin re-wilding is the re-nourishment of skin, adding good bacteria into our skin microbiome. Why not try Seventy Hyal 2000, to nourish the skin in just one treatment that requires no down-time. Make your skin rewilding process shorter and book your appointment with your local Seventy Hyal Practitioner today!  

Shop Seventy Hyal 2000: Next Generation Skin Booster at Fox Pharma , or see more on our blog. 

By Amy Williams | 30th Mar, 2023 | , ,

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