Types of Skin
Opposite to oily skin, dry skin is a common type of problem skin. Dry skin occurs when the oil glands don't produce a sufficient amount of oil to lubricate the skin properly.
If your skin is dry and dehydrated, or feels tight after washing your face, or you have dull and flaky skin, products containing natural alpha-hydroxys along with a blend of botanical oils will rejuvenate dry skin.
Normal skin isn't perfect, but it's the type of skin we all want, the one with the least amount of problems. It is supple and moist, without being oily, and has small pores with an even skin tone.
Make sure to minimize sun exposure to maintain its good condition.
Sensitive skin is usually described with reduced tolerance to cosmetics with symptoms such as stinging, itching and visible signs of redness, dryness, peeling and scaling skin.
Even though there isn't a dermatological definition for sensitive skin, most people don't have a serious skin problem unless they have eczema or rosacea.
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Mature skin shows signs of dry skin, poor elasticity which accentuates wrinkles and fine lines due to reduced oil gland activity, stress, sun and environmental factors.
Combination skin is a common skin type and can have an oily t-zone with normal or dry cheeks.
Products with natural alpha-hydroxy acids will help deep clean and products with and botanical extracts will help soften, nourish, and rejuvenate the skin.
Oily skin is constantly oily and shining all day, has less signs of wrinkles, but can be prone to acne. Caring for oily skin can be tricky because you don't want to dry out your skin.
Products with alpha hydroxys to gently exfoliate dead skin cells and prevent clogging pores and blackheads.