In my earlier SkinCurve article, we talked about how moisture changes in your skin during a typical day. While measuring a single characteristic, like moisture, may be insightful, you need to measure a whole profile to best know what’s happening with your skin. If you don’t, it’s like reading your blood pressure but instead of getting 120/80, you only get the systolic number (120)—it can be very misleading. Let’s look at two of the important skin measures, oil and moisture.
Measuring your skin health is essential to truly achieving your best skin. Just like measuring your blood pressure before seeing a doctor, or reading an eye chart before getting glasses, your skin health is an essential indicator of knowing what to use and do for your skin.
Moisture, one of the most essential components of maintaining good skin health and essential skin functions, changes over the course of a day based on your environment and lifestyle.