Drought Conditions reported by US monitoring agencies are raising alarm about negative effects on skin hydration. External factors of reduced air humidity, dry winds and air conditioning are increasing challenges of dryness and irritation.
Tucson, AZ, USA – September 3, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –
Drought Conditions identified in maps from the U.S. Drought Monitor document dry conditions in the West, Southwest and parts of the Southern United States, which are currently experiencing drought condition classifications that range from “abnormally dry” to “exceptional drought”. These conditions exacerbate dryness in human skin already fighting to maintain hydration due to man-made irritants such as smog, air conditioning and moisture robbing airborne toxins and food choices such as caffeine.
The U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook released by the Climate Prediction Center of NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) for July 17 – October 31, 2014 shows vast areas of the country in drought conditions. Coupled with extreme heat and growing air particulate concentrations that increase during summer from pollution and the effects of expanding forest fires, skin is under a greater assault than perhaps at any other time.
Increased use of products to replenish moisture are seen as a mandatory tool in dry skin care and combating moisture loss across the country as people see the rapidly expanding effects of advanced aging due to these conditions.
“As an Arizona based company, we are acutely aware of the moisture needs of skin,” said Sandy Ostroff, President of UltraSpa Skincare. “Living in dry environments such as ours teaches us how important hydration is to the body as we understand water can be a life or death situation in the desert.”
Most people instinctively recognize signs of thirst but fail to acknowledge their own bodies progressing dehydration. Even simple initial symptoms such as dry lips or more advanced signs like dry and cracked skin fail to trigger awareness or relation to the lack of body hydration and the need to drink water in addition to applying moisture from an external source.
“We see the effects of de-hydration everyday in the people, plants and materials around us,” remarks Ostroff. “Desert expertise has helped us to develop our Pro Anti Aging Moisturizer as a daily defense against those effects and can help the premature signs of aging we see in the mirror and battle daily.”
While water rehydrates the internal processes of the body and is vital to preventing dehydration, external water sources such as long hot baths can actually remove water from skin surfaces. Ingredients that prevent skin dryness by pulling the body’s own internal skin moisture to surface layers can help prevent drying from external evaporation conditions as experienced in drought and intense heat.
A vast array of sunscreens and SPF products have been created to block UVB/UVA rays that damage skin from sun exposure, yet fewer have focused on repairing the damage caused from years of sun exposure. The addition of Vitamin E to moisturizers such as UltraSpa Pro Anti-Aging Moisturizer can begin the process of reversing sun-induced signs of aging and damage that are compounded by drought conditions.
About UltraSpa Pro Anti Aging Moisturizer: the anti aging cream is provided by UltraSpa Skincare, a company headquartered in the dry desert region of Arizona where the value and challenges of hydration require expert attention. The company is committed to offering anti aging products for men and women developed and manufactured in the United States at an FDA registered facility. The product is available for consumers to purchase directly at a reduced price from Amazon and specially designed to combat the signs of aging and the effects of over exposure to the sun. The patented pentapeptide formula including Matrixyl ?, Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C significantly improves the appearance of facial wrinkles, fine lines and minor skin imperfections and is safer and far less costly than surgical procedures or injections while achieving similar results.
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