Skin types and ways to care for them.

Have you ever known your skin type?

Skin types fall into five categories:

1. Normal skin.

2. Oily skin.

3. Combination skin.

4. Dry skin.

5. Sensitive skin.

Their type depends on things like:

The amount of water in your skin, which affects its comfort and elasticityHow greasy it is which affects its smoothnessHow sensitive is it.

_ Normal skin type.

Not too dry and not too oily, normal skin contains:

▪️ Few or no flaws

▪️ Not severe sensitivity

▪️ Barely visible pores

▪️ Radiant complexion.

Combination skin type.

Your skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as in the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). Many people have this type. It may need slightly different care in different areas.

Combination skin can contain:

▪️ Pores that appear larger than usual, because they are more open.

▪️ Warts.

▪️ Shiny complexion.

Dry skin.

You probably have a:

▪️ Almost invisible pores.

▪️ Dull and rough complexion.

▪️ Red spots.

▪️ Your skin is less elastic.

▪️ Clearer lines.

Your skin may crack, peel, or become itchy, irritated, or inflamed. If it is very dry, it can become rough and scaly, especially on the backs of your hands, arms, and legs.

Dry skin may be caused or exacerbated by:

▪️ Your genes.

▪️ Aging or hormonal changes.

▪️ Weather, such as wind, sun, or cold.

▪️ UV rays from tanning beds.

▪️ Internal heating.

▪️ Long and hot baths and showers.

▪️ Ingredients for soaps, cosmetics, or detergents pharmaceutical.

Use these tips to help your dry skin:

Take a shorter shower, no more than once a day.

_Use a gentle soap or detergent.

Avoid deodorant soaps.

_Do not rub while showering or drying.

_ Apply a rich moisturizer immediately after showering.

_Wear gloves when using cleaning materials, solvents, or household cleaners.

_ Oily skin type.

You probably have a:

▪️ Enlarged pores.

▪️ Thick, dull or shiny skin.

▪️ Blackheads, pimples and other blemishes.

▪️ The oil can change depending on the time of year or the weather.

Things that can cause or worsen them include:

Puberty or other hormonal imbalances.

For oily skin care:

_ Do not wash it more than twice a day and after you sweat a lot.

_Use a gentle cleanser and do not scrub.

_Do not play with blisters, pop them, or squeeze them. They will take longer to heal.

_ Look for the word “noncomedogenic” in skin care products and cosmetics.

This means that it will not clog your pores.

_Sensitive skin.

It can appear as follows:

▪️ redness.

▪️ Itchy.

▪️ burning.

▪️ drought.

If you have sensitive skin, try to know what your triggers are so you can avoid them. There are many possible causes, but they are often a response to specific skin care products.

Here are tips to help us have better skin.

_ For morning.

1. Cleansing.

Cleanse your skin with a gentle sulfate-free cleanser. Sulfate-free cleansers do not dry out your skin and do a good job of getting rid of any excess oil or grime that may have settled into your skin pores.

2. Toning.

Avoid toners that contain alcohol. These products are not only extremely harsh on your skin, but they also dehydrate it and lead to dryness. Instead, use toners with natural ingredients, such as rosewater and any other hydrating ingredient, such as hyaluronic acid.

3. Moisturizing.

Using a moisturizer with SPF will help hydrate your skin while protecting it from the sun. Look for one that has an SPF value of 30 or more. Also, choose products that are non-comedogenic and specially formulated for the face.

4. Sunscreen.

Though your moisturizer contains SPF, do not forget to apply sunscreen. Go for a sunscreen that has at least SPF 30 and PA + rating. This ensures your skin is protected from both UVA and UVB rays.

_For Night.

1. Cleansing.

Use the same cleanser that you use in the morning. However, it is better if you double cleanse. In other words, remove all the dirt, makeup, and dust from your face using cleansing oil and then use the other cleanser to wash your face.

2. Toning.

Tone your face with the same toner that you use for your morning routine.

3. Serum.

Use an antioxidant-rich serum to provide additional nourishment to your skin. Check for ingredients like algae extracts, resveratrol, and vitamin C.

4. Eye Cream.

Apply an eye cream that is formulated for specific issues, such as dark circles or puffy eyes.

Choose one that can address your issue.

5. Moisturizing.

Go for a moisturizer with a creamy formula to provide deep nourishment to your skin.

References :

What’s Your Skin Type”,

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