Morganna's Dehydrated Skin Trio Is For All Skin Types

Being dehydrated can be an easily fixed problem. But, how do you know for sure? Dehydration can be such a sneaky problem. Drinking plenty of water is the best way to stay hydrated but it's so much more than that. There are so many ways you can target areas of your body to rehydrate and get that beautiful glow back. 

I recently found out that I had Lyme Disease. I had no idea just how rough Lyme Disease was to get through! It's not that it was ever downplayed to me, I just haven't known anyone else that had it. My whole body went through things I wasn't sure I was going to be able to come back from. Being dehydrated was one of them. 

I was so dehydrated that my hair was falling out and I couldn't sleep. Even though I was awake I didn't have the energy to get out of bed. There was a stretch of at least two weeks that I only left my room long enough to shower and that was with guidance and supervision. That's something I haven't had to do before, in my adult life. It was mentally, emotionally, and physically draining.

While I was ill, I aged so fast. My face looked wrinkly all around my mouth and forehead. To clarify, I am nearly 40. I know some of this is natural aging but what I was looking like was so much more than regular aging. I was horrified that I was going to look like that from now on. My eyes were so dark around them and my face was so pruney, I thought I looked older than my mom. She's a beautiful woman but, I'm not ready to look her age yet. Definitely pay attention to your body and it will show you if you are dehydrated. 

You can do a simple pinch test at home to determine your skin's hydration levels. Take a small portion of your skin around the cheek area and squeeze lightly. If you notice any wrinkling and if the skin doesn't bounce back after you let go, then your skin may be dehydrated. Dry skin often feels rough and can look flaky. Dehydrated skin, on the other hand, looks dull, feels tight, and shows accelerated signs of aging such as an increased number of fine lines and wrinkles.

Working on one thing at a time, let's work on getting skin hydrated. I just got the Morganna's Dehydrated Skin Trio. This is a three-step process to get your skin hydrated and healthy-looking. 

I have to say from delivery to now, I love it. First, I opened up the shiny, padded, red packaging to find a pretty and heavy-duty gift bag with the brand's logo on it.  I'm going to throw it out there... Since we have all been home for the past seven months, we haven't gotten to go leisurely shopping like we could before. I miss it! I'm not out there shopping unless it's for necessities now so, the gift bag made it feel like so much more than product delivery and so much more personal. Thanks, Morganna's Alchemy  for that kind gesture. 

On to the products...

Morganna's Water Drops Intense moisturizing serum with sea grapes for dry and dehydrated skin. 

Morganna's Lemon Drops Lemon peel is a powerful antioxidant that increases collagen production and moisturizes the skin.

Morganna's Illuminate Pea Peptides Active ingredient fractionated melanin protects against hyperpigmentation from environmental damage, including blue light! 

One thing that I never really thought of being damaging to my skin was blue light. I know it can do damage over time to the eyes but it was a surprise to me that it affects skin too. 

Each of these treatments come in a dropper bottle for easy use. I love the dropper bottle system because it wastes less. I can dropper out what I need and put the rest back in the bottle. 

They go on so nice and smooth without an oily residue. I personally don't like that sticky feeling I get from a lot of products so, I was pretty happy I didn't have that problem with Morganna's Dehydrated Skin Trio

Check out Morganna's Alchemy on the website and be sure to stop by their social pages to see what products and deals they have available. You can see some really informative posts (and videos) about their products and how to use them. 

I received these products for free as a gift to facilitate this review. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me directly. 

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