This skin is in full balance. Also called eudermic skin, it is not observed that it has too much fat or that it is too dry. Despite this, you should not miss any type of care, since over time it can evolve to dry skin.
● It is soft to the touch and the pores are very little visible.
● It is a skin without visible imperfections.
● It is well hydrated, and allows it to adapt well to different temperatures and humidity concentrations. Thus, it can combat aggressions against sun-rays and pollution well.
Women suffer more from this condition than men. In fact, the reason for 40% of dermatology consultations focuses on this type of skin. A skin that looks very little "lubricated."
This type of skin can lose moisture through perspiration. Stress, physical activity or heat can enhance this process. As a result of the lack of sebum, dry skin does not have the necessary fats to retain moisture.
● You have dry skin if: your touch is very rough, you don't feel a “velvety” texture.
● You notice a dull or dull complexion, even with red spots on the skin.
● Notes tightness and itching very often. Even, you notice small premature features of aging, such as expression lines.
● It blushes easily and presents a lack of flexibility.
It is a type of skin characteristic of stages in full hormonal change. Also, excessive sebum production can be given by certain drugs and cosmetics that can promote this type of skin. Sometimes, sebum is secreted in excess when you have many sebaceous glands. This is what is called as a sebaceous hyper-secretion. In these cases, the hair can also be affected.
On many occasions, mild acne appears, a significant amount of comedones on the face and often on the neck, shoulders, back and chest. In moderate and severe cases, papules (white or black headless elevations) and pustules (pus center elevations) appear and the skin becomes red and inflamed.
●You have many blackheads or "pimples."
●You see shines all over your face.
●Your pores look very dilated and widened. They get to distinguish with the naked eye.
●Notes an irregular texture, not uniform.
In this type of skin, more greasy face locations alternate with dry ones. It is the most common facial skin type.
● In your nose, forehead and chin you have bright areas characteristic of oily skin (in the so-called T zone).
● In the cheeks and in the temple you find rather a rough texture, a dry skin.
● Dilated pores on the face predominate.
One of the most complex skin types and you will need thorough care. You will have to choose cosmetics well as it can react very easily to any of its components. It can appear in any location of the skin, although it is on the face where symptoms usually manifest more. It is important that you go to a professional when you detect this type of skin, as it will teach you to take care of it and keep it healthy.
For some people, sensitive skin is a very complex condition to treat. When the physiological barriers of the skin are very thin and allow foreign external agents to penetrate, it is when it most occurs.
● Notes that are irritated with extreme ease when using cosmetics, or redness, itching or burning appears in certain locations of the face.
● Alterations appear before certain changes in temperature or climate.
● Lesions appear almost “spontaneously” or without knowing any cause.