What minerals are contained in thermal water, why does your skin need them, why cannot they be obtained from other beauty products and how to use the thermal bath correctly?
French scientists in the laboratory of the LRoche-Posay brand (they produce one of the most famous thermal waters in the world) have proved that you will not get so many rare minerals and trace elements either from a cream or from a serum. There are more than 15 items. For example, calcium, iron, manganese, fluorine, potassium, silicon, magnesium, sodium, lithium, boron, and strontium.
Don't you understand why your skin needs this "periodic table"? Minerals soften the skin and "deliver" moisture to the inner layers of the skin. Chemists came to this conclusion back in the 19th century.
You need to use thermal water for your face wisely. If you have sensitive skin, simply spraying on the product and letting it dry is not your option. Dermatologists of the Vichy brand recommend this technique for the "sensitive": "Apply a small amount of thermal water to the skin and help the product to be absorbed by gentle touches of the fingers."
For dry skin, thermal water is a real lifesaver: in the research of the Avéne brand (their thermal water is one of the most popular in Europe), scientists have confirmed that in 7 days thermal water eliminates dry skin by 83 percent.
The practical property of thermal water is that your makeup will last longer. Most of the fixing products of the major cosmetics brands are based on pure thermal water - so why not use it alone? Spray a small amount of the product before going outside and let it dry on your face.
We talked about what kind of thermal water make-up artists choose here.
Doctors recommend using thermal water for the face after any "irritating" procedures. For example, after going to the bora bar or waxing. The minerals that we wrote about in the first paragraph will help minor skin lesions heal in a few minutes.
We talked about what kind of thermal water Vera Brezhneva loves here.