Skin Health

Skin Types

Normal Skin
‘Normal’ is used to refer to well-balanced skin. The T-zone (forehead, chin, and nose) may be a bit oily, but overall sebum and moisture is balanced, and the skin is neither too oily nor too dry.

Dry Skin
‘Dry’ is used to describe a skin type that produces less sebum than normal skin. As a result of the lack of sebum, dry skin lacks the lipids that it needs to retain moisture and build a protection against damaging factors.

Oily Skin
Oily’ is used to describe a skin type with high sebum production. An over production of sebum is known as seborrhea.

Sensitive Skin
Sensitive skin is the type that more reactive than usual. This type of skin is easily irritated by weather elements such as wind, heat, sun and cold or by topical products. Also including hormones, lack of sleep and air pollution can be potential triggers. Sensitive skin generally is more reactive to soaps, detergents, dyes, and fragrances in topical products. In results, can caused itchiness, dryness, and reddening.

Combination Skin
The skin types vary in the T-zone and the cheeks.

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