Moisturising body milk
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Creamy and pleasant to the touch, Dior Addict moisturizing body milk is enriched with Jasmine flower extract. Buy Moisturizing Body Milk Its fine texture hydrates the skin, leaving it satiny soft and subtly scented with irresistible woody and musky notes.
- About this item.
- Creamy and pleasant to the touch.
- Dior Addict moisturizing body milk is enriched with Jasmine flower extract..
- Its fine texture hydrates the skin, leaving it satiny soft and subtly scented.
- Dior Addict Moisturizing body milk 200ml.
- Irresistible woody and musky notes.
- Imported from UK.
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In the human body, water constantly evaporates from the deeper layers of the skin through an effect known as transepidermal water loss (TEWL). By regulating its water content, human skin naturally maintains a dry, easily shed surface as a barrier against pathogens, dirt, or damage, while protecting itself from drying out and becoming brittle and rigid. The ability to retain moisture depends on the lipid bilayer between the corneocytes.
Occlusives form a coating on the surface of the skin, keeping moisture from escaping. The more occlusive the formulation, the greater the effect. Ointments are more occlusive than aqueous creams, which are more occlusive than lotion. Water loss through the skin is normally about 4–8 g/(m²⋅h). A layer of petrolatum applied to normal skin can reduce that loss by 50–75% for several hours. Oils naturally produced by the human body moisturize through this same mechanism.
Humectants absorb water. They can absorb this water from the air and moisturize the skin when the humidity is greater than 70%, but more commonly they draw water from the dermis into the epidermis, making skin dryer. A study published in Skin Research and Technology in 2001 found no link between humectants and moisturizing effect. When used in practical applications, they are almost always combined with occlusives.
Moisturizers often contain water, which acts as a temporary hydration agent and as a way for the absorption of some components and evaporation of the moisturizer.[