Natural hydration


During the summer, our hair and skin are exposed to various external factors. While it feels refreshing to cool off in the pool on a hot summer day or sunbathe on a beautiful sandy beach, we must not forget that many factors affect our bodies during these activities. The heat, sunshine, salt, and chlorinated water all contribute to dehydrating our hair and skin, leaving them damaged, dull, and dry. As autumn arrives, in addition to post-summer regeneration, we must face the gloomy, dark autumn months. Our bodies receive less sunlight, our mood worsens, and our skin and hair problems worsen. To prevent these issues, we need to pay greater attention to maintaining our external and internal health during this time, with a significant focus on natural hydration.


Our bodies communicate through our skin, revealing internal processes, the state of our immune system, as well as our hair and scalp. Moreover, the skin has another important function which is to protect us from external influences. Therefore, it is crucial to pay even more attention to its care and hydration during the cooler months.


If you’ve experienced tightness, red patches, rough texture, or flaking on your skin, your skin is likely dehydrated. In the case of deep dehydration, water deficiency occurs not only on the surface of the skin – in the epidermis – but also deep within the skin, in the dermis. At this point, our skin becomes less elastic, deep wrinkles appear, and many other skin problems can arise. If you experience such symptoms, seek help immediately, but also remember that with proper internal and external natural hydration, this condition can be prevented.


Our skin is the body’s external protective layer, shielding us from various pathogens and diseases, but without proper protection, various skin problems and infections can occur. The range of inflammatory diseases is wide, but they all require intensive hydration for prevention and treatment.

Infections appearing on our bodies and skin can be categorized into two main groups: bacterial and fungal infections. If our body’s defenders – white blood cells – cannot fight off bacteria and fungi in our bodies, our circulation will transport these pathogens elsewhere, leading to secondary diseases when they reach other organs. These diseases can affect our skin or hair, among which we have collected the most common ones.


As mentioned earlier, our bodies strive to eliminate attacking pathogens. If our system becomes “confused” and identifies its own cells and tissues as foreign, then produces antibodies against them, we can speak of an autoimmune disease. Individuals with autoimmune diseases are at a higher risk of developing skin problems, so they need to pay special attention to intensive internal and external hydration.


Among the triggering factors of dandruff are the dehydration of the scalp and skin. During the formation of dry dandruff, the lack of an adequate oil layer causes the skin to flake – or dandruff – making natural hydration essential. In the case of oily dandruff, excessive sebum production and the accumulation of impurities on the resulting sebum layer cause dandruff. Those with such problems – alongside disinfecting and cleansing the scalp – also need hydration, as otherwise, the skin receives the message to continue producing sebum.



Intensive hydration is essential in treating eczema – one of the most common inflammatory skin diseases. Eczema can be suspected if red, itchy patches or even pustules appear on the skin, which become sore after scratching and then start to flake. Early recognition is important for quickly alleviating symptoms in such skin problems. The triggering cause of exogenous eczema is mostly found among the powders, chemicals, and substances that come into contact with the skin. Therefore, during the path to recovery, strive to use chemical-free, 100% natural products.


The major difference between seborrhea and dandruff is that while dandruff is a temporary condition, seborrhea is a chronic disease. Pimply, scaly, red, and itchy eruptions appearing on both the scalp and mainly on oily areas of the body can indicate seborrhea disease. The cold and dry air only worsen the condition of the skin, emphasizing the importance of autumn hydration to maintain healthy skin.


If the production of new cells in the body accelerates, causing the skin’s growth to deviate from the norm, we can speak of psoriasis. In the case of psoriasis, inflammation appears in the deeper layers of the skin, with symptoms including flaky, scaly grayish-white skin lesions, along with associated joint inflammation. Intensive hydration is crucial for the treatment of psoriasis, along with exfoliation and disinfection. Additionally, the use of irritating substances, chemicals, and medical treatments should be avoided if we want to prevent the skin condition from worsening.



When caring for acne-prone and oily skin, it’s crucial not to forget about the importance of natural hydration. The windy, cold weather in autumn and winter doesn’t spare acne-prone skin either. Without deep hydration, alongside excessive sebum and keratin production, the skin will produce more sebum to prevent drying out. This leads to deterioration, clogging of pores, and further inflammation. Digestive disorders and improper nutrition can also be triggering factors for acne, so pay attention to fluid intake and consume a diet rich in fiber and nutrients during these months.


Rosacea is not just a temporary skin problem; it’s a chronic skin condition that, when recognized early and treated properly, can be easily managed. Genetic factors also play a role in the development of rosacea, but a healthy lifestyle, as well as conscious nutrition and skincare, are equally crucial. The first symptom of rosacea is skin redness, but later, we may notice small vessels on the skin, accompanied by constant burning and tightening sensations. Those suffering from such problems have particularly sensitive skin, so the use of chemicals and irritating substances must be avoided, emphasizing the method of natural hydration in skincare.


The appearance of wrinkles is a part of life, leaving a mark on our past. Over time, our skin loses its elasticity, thins, and dries out. While we cannot avoid the formation of wrinkles, we can reduce their quantity and depth. Avoid sun exposure and smoking, which accelerate the aging process, and hydrate your skin and consume enough fluids!


Water is the primary component of our skin. We must not overlook both internal and external hydration of our bodies if we want to preserve the health and beauty of our skin. There are many ways to replenish fluids for our body and skin, maintaining the balance of hydration. During the autumn and winter months, our skin requires more care and hydration, making natural hydration particularly important during this time to provide our body with adequate protection against harsh weather conditions.


When our hair and skin lack sufficient moisture and sebum—which protects them from harmful external factors—they become dry and dull. Not only does our hair lose its beauty during this time, but our daily lives are also impacted by unruly hair, itchy scalp, redness, hair loss, and the associated lack of confidence. But what causes our hair and body to become dehydrated?

Numerous factors can lead to the development of dry hair and skin, which can be external or internal factors affecting our bodies. Extreme weather conditions, products enriched with artificial materials and chemicals, and frequent hair washing or styling are all among the external triggers for dehydrated hair and skin. By paying attention to these factors and using suitable, gentle products, we have already taken steps to restore hydration to our bodies.

In addition, certain internal factors can also lead to dehydration. Our lifestyle can have a detrimental effect on the health of our hair. A poor diet and lack of nutrients and vitamins weaken our immune system, affecting our scalp and hair. However, in some cases, the dryness of hair and scalp results from health issues. Common skin diseases associated with dry skin include dandruff and its types, seborrhea, eczema, and psoriasis.

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Oxygeni Hair products are 100% natural, completely chemical-free, and synthetic material-free. Unlike synthetic materials that possess drying qualities, our products are gentle on the hair and skin. Thanks to the multifunctionality of the products, one product can be used for the care of both hair, face, and skin. Our moisturizing product line is perfect for those who opt for natural hydration. 

We will show you how to create a hair, face, and skincare routine using Oxygeni Hair products that can help maintain the beauty of your skin and hair during the autumn and winter months.



To remove impurities from your hair, use an effective yet gentle shampoo. The Hydrate Wash shampoo thoroughly cleanses the scalp while moisturizing the hair. If you have a dry scalp, split ends, or any skin condition, this product is perfect for you. For washing your hair, dilute 10-25 ml of Hydrate Wash with 50-100 ml of water in the applicator, depending on the length of your hair, and apply it to the scalp. Prepare enough mixture for two washes and use it twice in a row. For scaly, dandruff-prone, seborrheic, inflamed scalp, you can mix it with oils, aloe vera products, or H2O Thermal.

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For a more effective and faster result, it is recommended to complement the hair-wash routine with other hair care products for natural hydration. After rinsing off the shampoo, treat your hair with the Hydrate Mask, which is perfect for recurring flaky, scaly skin, split ends, or chemically treated hair. Apply 10-20 ml of the mask evenly to your hair—massage a walnut-sized amount into the problematic scalp area if necessary—then rinse it off after 5-10 minutes. For extra benefits, combine it with Oxygeni oils or Pure Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera Gel, and H2O Thermal.

To achieve silky and easily manageable hair, use Hydrate Cream, which you can apply between hair washes to maintain natural hydration. Depending on the length of your hair, apply one or two pumps of it to wet or dry hair, then proceed with drying and styling without rinsing.

Oxygeni serums are excellent ways to boost your hair care routine. Don’t use oils and serums on their own! Use them with a carrier product! Hydrate Oil and Anti-Aging Serum are two sources of natural hydration. Mix them with Aloe Vera Gel or Pure Aloe Vera products, or add them to Hydrate Cream for extra potency.


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Conscious skincare, particularly conscious facial care, is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. Conscious skincare products are free from irritants and are sustainable, cruelty-free, and ingredient-focused. Natural cosmetics derive their power from plants and materials found in nature, thus they are free from artificially created irritating components. During the cold autumn days, the wind and dry air can dry out our vulnerable faces, so let’s use products that ensure hydration.

The first step in a skincare routine is cleansing. Hydrate Wash, due to its multifunctional properties, acts as both a makeup remover and facial cleanser, gently cleansing the face. Dilute 2-3 pumps of the product with water, apply it to your face, cleanse your skin thoroughly, and rinse it off. For the treatment of dry skin that causes seborrhea, eczema, and psoriasis, mix it with Med Oil, Pure Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera Gel, and H2O Thermal and use it the same way as mentioned previously.

Hydrate Mask can be used as a facial mask. It is excellent for treating dry psoriatic, eczematous, or cracked skin; simply apply it generously to your face, then after 5-10 minutes, when it has had its effect, wash off the residue. Always finish your skincare routine with a moisturizing cream, for which Hydrate Cream is the perfect solution.


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Last but not least, let’s talk a little about moisturizing the rest of our body. Our team at Oxygeni Hair hasn’t forgotten about this either. We know how annoying constant itching, flaky, and red skin can be, so we want to provide a solution with our moisturizing product line.

Hydrate Wash is perfect for use as a shower gel or even as a baby bath due to its natural ingredients. Pump some onto your skin or into your bathwater and enjoy its cleansing effect. For the treatment of dry skin causing seborrhea, eczema, and psoriasis, mix it with Med Oil, Pure Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera Gel, and H2O Thermal and use it as a shower gel.

Hydrate Cream is an intensive body lotion, and besides nourishing your skin, you can also use it to care for the fur of your beloved pets, as they deserve the same care.


The weather during the autumn and winter months, the dark and gloomy days, affects both our physical and mental well-being. Our immune system weakens, and our mood deteriorates, making us more susceptible to illnesses and pathogens.  It’s a well-known fact that nutrition and natural hydration play an important role in maintaining our health. To prepare our bodies for the cold days, let’s explore how we can keep ourselves properly hydrated.

Did you know that there’s an increased risk of internal dehydration during the cold months? Unlike the summer heat, the importance of hydration doesn’t receive enough emphasis during the harsh weather of autumn and winter, even though it deserves just as much attention. As the temperature drops, we may feel less thirsty; our sensation of thirst can decrease by up to 40%, which can easily make us forget about the importance of natural hydration.

In cold weather, our bodies strive to maintain a healthy body temperature and react to sudden changes in temperature. Without the energy source of our bodies—water—it cannot properly adapt to external factors, leading to the weakening of our immune system, which can manifest in the health of our skin and hair.

Natural Hydration Methods for Autumn and Winter

Water is the primary component of our bodies, so it’s undeniable that we need to replenish fluids every day. An adult needs to consume a minimum of 2-2.5 liters of fluid per day. Of course, water is the most effective way to replace lost fluids, but let’s not forget about other methods of natural hydration.

Tea is a popular beverage during the cool months, which is an excellent way of natural hydration. There’s nothing better on a cloudy day than snuggling up with a hot tea, which, besides lifting our spirits, has many positive effects. Herbal or green teas are suitable for everything from stomach problems to relieving colds, inflammatory diseases, anxiety, or hair loss.

Apart from water and other beverages, a wide range of foods, vitamins, and antioxidants support skin beauty and maintain natural hydration.

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Surprisingly, with a balanced diet, the foods we consume provide approximately 1-1.2 liters of fluid to our bodies. During autumn hydration, the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits not only contributes to their water content but also provides vitamins and antioxidants, which help maintain the normal functioning of our immune system.

Any fruit has a positive effect on our health, but when it comes to hydration, fruits with high water content and low sugar content are preferred. When we look around the stores in autumn, we encounter many vegetables and fruits that fit perfectly into our diverse diet, such as pumpkin with its high vitamin A content, grapes rich in vitamins C and E, or beets with their antioxidants.

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Consuming high-quality fats can assist us in the process of natural hydration. To maintain the ideal moisture content of our bodies and skin, incorporate foods containing omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids into your diet. Try to include eggs, extra virgin olive oil, avocado, as well as various nuts – such as walnuts and almonds, popular in the autumn and winter seasons – to preserve the health of your skin.

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When it comes to autumn hydration, the “sunshine vitamin” must not be left out. Vitamin D has beneficial effects such as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which help maintain the healthy condition and moisture content of the skin. Additionally, it supports hair growth, prevents hair loss, and enhances skin regeneration. In the absence of sunlight, the amount of vitamin D produced by our bodies decreases, so it is recommended to supplement it in the form of dietary supplements during the dark months.

Collagen is not only present in beauty products but also one of the fundamental proteins in our bodies. In case of collagen deficiency, our hair becomes brittle, our skin dries out, and wrinkles appear. There are plenty of collagen supplements to choose from, but we can also help stimulate collagen production by consuming certain foods. A well-known dish for Sunday lunches, bone broth, contains collagen due to the bones and skin cooked in it, making it an excellent source of collagen. However, you can also obtain this essential nutrient by consuming other meats or fish. Fortunately, there are many collagen supplements available on the market for those following a meat-free lifestyle to ensure they can replenish this vital ingredient.

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Hyaluronic acid is likely familiar to everyone when it comes to hydration. Due to its water-absorbing and moisture-retaining properties, it is a key component of skin and hair hydration and a favorite ingredient in countless cosmetic products. Besides hydrating our skin, hyaluronic acid also contributes to maintaining internal hydration in our bodies. Like collagen, meats contain hyaluronic acid, but we can also support its production and maintenance by consuming various vegetables and fruits such as oranges, cruciferous vegetables, and sweet potatoes.


Hair and skin conditions can impact both your overall health and quality of life. If you notice any symptoms of a skin condition, it is important to consult with a specialist. Our experts offer professional assistance in managing various skin conditions through advanced oxygen therapy. To find the nearest trichology clinic and schedule a consultation, please visit our website.


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