Cracks and visible clusters of dead cells on the surface of the skin? Skin feeling uncomfortable and tense, the appearance of wrinkles and lines is clearly visible and frequent? If you wake up with a feeling of tightness, dryness, and uncomfortable feeling under your fingers and you need to add moisture, you probably fall into the group of dry skin. Specific products or external factors can also cause dryness, such as large amounts of alcohol in products, artificial smells and even dry, winter air. External factors can lead to dryness, but it is a type of dryness that is more easily treated than natural dryness.
Clean your face every morning with a moisturizing cleansing product, something that contains glycerin, aloe vera, ceramides or hyaluronic acid. If your skin is extremely dry, you may be able to skip the morning cleaning completely but be sure to moisten your face with water then increase the level of hydration with hyaluronic serum, essence and finish with hydrating cream.
In the evening, wash your face and remove impurities with an oil cleaner. Then apply serum, essence or hyaluronic acid then a very moisturizing cream. Alternatively, you can moisten your skin with light lotion and face oils.
If you get excessive sebum on your skin during the day, you see greasy prints and shine on your skin and fingers, then you have oily skin. This type of skin is prone to clogged pores and needs to be cleansed properly. Oily skin often does not need much when it comes to hydrazination and the advantage of oily skin is less wrinkles and often younger appearance.
In the morning you will need a cleaning agent that can clean the oil that the skin produces overnight so you can look for clay or salicylic acid products. Bring the moisture back with serums. Best ones include ingredients such as niacinamide, salicylic acid and green tree oil. Look for a moisturizing cream that is light but very hydrating. Gel texture is great for moisture and does not leave excessive gloss for application.
In the evening, be sure to clean your face thoroughly. First, start with the face oil cleanser, then rinse it with a face cleaner.
Skin that has dry and greasy parts on the face is a combination skin and using one product all over is counterproductive. Your T-Zone is usually oilier and the outer parts of your face and cheeks are dry. Pay attention to how the skin feels with changes in the seasons - it can improve or worsen depending on the conditions.
Every morning use a gel or lotion for facial cleansing. If you choose a gel, make sure it contains moisturizing ingredients, such as glycerin or oil, so that it does not dry out the skin. Then apply hyaluronic serum to dry areas and then a light hydrating cream.
Wash with a cleaning agent that will be effective but equally gentle to the oily and dry parts of the skin. The problem areas can be further treated with tonic or salicylic acid to prevent acne. Apply the hyaluronic acid to the dry parts and then give the skin much needed hydration. Whether the skin is oily or combination, this does not mean that it does not require hydration.
Skin prone to acne
This type of skin is easy to spot - acne, bumps and sometimes painful cystic acne. While oily skin may be somewhat prone to acne, acne can affect any skin type. They can be caused by hormonal imbalances in the body, increased levels of stress, numerous other external and internal triggers.
Morning routine should begin with cleansing the face. The face cleansing product should match the skin type. Acne areas can be treated with acne products and then apply moisturizing cream to the face.
Every night remove impurities and make-up of oil products, and then with a cleaning agent. Finish with light cream. Sulfur masks can well come in combat with acne, as well as azalic acid to reduce pimples and prevent discoloration.
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