To get the most hydrated skin possible, the skincare method known as "skin flooding" recommends applying various hydrating products in a certain order. Now this is nothing new and your aesthetician probably has told you about this but maybe not this way. Whoever come up with the name skin flooding, hats off to you.
To get deeper and more sustained hydration, start with the lightest (water-based) products and work your way up to the heavier (oil-based). Because water is essential to the health of all skin types, even oily skin, this method may be applied to everyone. Skin flooding treats dehydration by delivering moisture to the dermal layers, which is where the problem begins.
Skin flooding has several positive effects, including deep hydration and the skin's ability to retain moisture. Hydration is more effective when applied in the right order, with the items containing the smallest molecules going on first. Transepidermal water loss, or the loss of water through the skin due to evaporation, is reduced as a result. Hydration is secured by the use of an alcohol-free toner, a serum containing hydrators, and a moisturizer.
In conclusion, skin flooding is a reliable approach of obtaining and maintaining healthy hydrated skin.