Facial Skin Types

There are 5 basic facial skin’s types: normal, dry, oily, combination and sensitive skin. Each should be treated differently, as far as skin care treatment, cosmetics and even daily basic actions. Let’s see what’s the differences between the skin’s types and how should we treat it to maintain healthy and beautiful skin.

Normal Skin

Normal – it’s a very unsteady word, after all who’s to say what’s normal but social consensus, and those are subject to change at any given time. Healthy skin, is what we call a smooth skin with no pigmentations, pimples or tendency to dryness or oiliness. Otherwise, it is a skin type that we see only among young children, whose skin is soft and ratter perfect.

Dry Skin

A dry skin is a skin that has a lack in moisture. It is subject to irritations that usually cause itch that might lead to harming our skin while giving in to that itch. It is important to apply moisturizer to a dry skin at least twice a day, or when you feel your facial skin is extremely dry (or as redness appears on your face).

Oily Skin

Oily skin is a skin type that might suffer more from pimples, acne and such. The skin is ratter more flexible than a dry skin, but is needs to be threaten with a moisturizer, to allow the skin the moist it needs on one hand, and then a product to treat the irritations on the skin and dry it.

Combination Skin

Combination skin type is just what you hear – a combination of more than one skin’s type, when usually it means that each area of the face and neck is of a different type.

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is a skin that suffers from high sensitivity – to heat, to dust, to dryness or oiliness – it is subject to be affected by varied affects that might cause it irritations, infections, and such. So, before you embrace your skin care methods make sure you understand your specific skin’s type and treat it accordingly.

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