What is dry skin? Dry skin is skin that lacks sufficient moisture to keep it supple and flexible. Your skin consists of three major layers: the epidermis on the outside, the dermis beneath the epidermis, and the hypodermis (also called the subcutaneous layer) below the dermis. Dry skin occurs in the stratum corneum, the outermost layer of the epidermis. You’ll occasionally run across two medical names for it: xeroderma is literally ‘dry skin’ in Greek (xero meaning dry, and derma meaning ‘skin’) or xerosis (‘dryness’), but dry skin works just as well.More about Dry Skin
What are Tweakments?
Tweakments are non-surgical cosmetic (or ‘aesthetic’) procedures that can rejuvenate the skin and soften lines and wrinkles, improve irregular pigmentation, tighten sagging skin, add back volume to ageing faces and adjust the proportions of facial features. They are mostly temporary. They are not cosmetic surgery. They involve injectable treatments, lasers and chemical skin peels, but no scalpels and no general anaesthesia.