Collection: S.O.S SKIN CARE

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  • S.O.S Skin Barrier Day Cream 30ml
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  • HALO Face Shield + S.O.S Day & Night Pack
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  • S.O.S Skin Calming Night Cream 30ml
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RESCUE YOUR SKIN

The S.O.S (Save Our Skin) range from Dermal Hub has been specially formulated to treat and prevent the negative effects caused by environmental factors, including symptoms caused by mask-wearing. Applying S.O.S products can help form a protective barrier on your skin against the everyday environment and excessive friction of daily mask-wearing.

S.O.S skin care products provide simple solutions in the form of day and night creams to help restore your skin’s natural barrier. These formulations can help boost your skin’s natural barrier by helping skin cells bond together.

WHAT IS THE SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION?

The top layer of skin is the ‘stratum corneum’ and not even a fraction of a millimetre thick. It’s made up of dead skin cells, fatty acids, cholesterol, lipids and ceramides which hold skin cells together. This external layer has an important role to play and forms the protective barrier to the body’s largest organ. Primary functions of the skin barrier:
- Improve hydration by keeping natural moisture locked in skin cells.
- Protect the body from external toxins such as pollution, bacteria and harmful UV rays.

    UNMASKING THE EFFECTS OF ISO ON YOUR SKIN

    Wearing a mask has become the new norm for our daily routines. 'Maskne' is a real problem that many people are experiencing.​ While masks are being used to help stop the spread of COVID-19, few people are talking about the damage that mask-wearing can do to our skin. How do masks affect my skin? Masks can create a humid environment where uncirculated air gets trapped. These conditions under the mask can cause the formation of red pimples and blood vessels on your cheeks and nose. To protect your skin from the effects of mask-wearing, it’s vital to boost your natural
    skin barrier.

    STRENGTHEN YOUR SKIN’S BARRIER

    Your body has its own barrier function for repairing itself. When skin cells don’t receive the active nutrients they need for performance, the barrier function becomes damaged. Whatever your symptoms, the result is the same; your protective dermal layer is damaged impacting the barrier function, and this could be harming your health. This damage can display in any or all of the following symptoms on your skin:
    • Dry
    • Cracks
    • Blotchy
    • Inflammation
    • Bumps under the skin
    • Breakouts and acne
    • Infections
    • Stinging
    • Itchy

    BEFORE & AFTER RESULTS

    "I received SOS Day and Night Kit product 2 weeks ago it's a MUST HAVE PRODUCT. The service was amazing! I received my products within 2 days. SOS is part of my regular skin routine I apply morning and night and have noticed great results. I suffer from acne and redness and I can already see a reduction of my redness and blemishes. I'm looking forward to seeing more results over the next few weeks. AMAZING PRODUCT 💕"

    - Tania Sardo

    PROBLEMS CAUSED BY A DAMAGED SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION

    Often, we look at sensitised skin as a bit of an inconvenience or turn to skincare products to try and cure it, but there’s a lot more going on. You may have noticed the signs that your skin’s protective layer is damaged, but what does this mean for your body?

    SENSITISED SKIN

    Sensitised skin means the barrier function is weak and fails to work efficiently to keep toxins out and moisture in. Toxins and allergens found in the environment in which the barrier function protects against, are then penetrating the deeper layers of the skin causing irritation on a cellular level.

    With a weakened barrier function, environmental toxins (such as those found in pollution) can even enter your system. A weak barrier function also increases the risk of long-term chronic skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema.

    SKIN INFLAMMATION

    When the barrier function is damaged, toxins may be stored in your skin rather than removed. Your skin can react to those toxins by becoming inflamed which presents itself in redness, acne, breakouts and eventually, more severe skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema.

    DEHYDRATED SKIN

    If the oily lipids in the dermal barrier stop functioning, the skin’s natural moisturising process is disturbed. Not only will you end up with dry skin, but this can also lead to cracking, sores, and discomfort which, in many cases, is completely avoidable.

    INCREASED RISK OF SUN DAMAGE 

    A weak barrier function is less able to protect against damage caused by the sun’s harmful UV rays which make the skin more susceptible to pigmentation and skin cancer. A strong dermal barrier strengthens the natural defence against the sun however you must still wear sunscreen every day.

    A weak barrier function also increases the risk of long-term chronic skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema.

    WE'RE PROUD TO SUPPORT BEYOND BLUE

    $1 from every bottle sold is donated to Beyond Blue