Skin type?

Understanding your skin type. There are four basic skin types (normal, combination, dry (often includes mature) or oily – each which need different skin care approaches to achieve and maintain healthy skin. To keep your complexion radiant and your overall body skin in peak condition, it is important to use the appropriate skin care routine for your skin type. So which skin type do you have? icon_normal_web_smallA normal skin type has the proper balance between oil and moisture, It is neither oily or dry. It looks clear, supple and healthy. Normal skin still needs good skin care, but requires less treatment than other skin types. A combination skin type is a combination of both oily and dry skin. It is common to have an oily forehead, nose or chin, (or to have a T-zone, in which case the forehead nose and chin are oilier than surrounding skin). However cheeks and other areas may be dry. The trick is to use the right skin care for each skin type or use a product specifically designed for combination skin. icon_mature_dry_web_smalldry or mature skin type does not retain moisture as well as normal skin. It may flake and it is more prone to wrinkles and lines. Dry skin, more than other types, requires regular use of a good moisturiser. An oily skin type has an over secretion of sebum. You find excess oil on the surface of the skin, including the cheeks. Oily skin often develops spots and pimples. An oily skin type benefits from regular and thorough cleansing daily with the use of a facial scrub and mask for deeper cleansing. And of course there are special skin care problems need special skin care solutions. A problem, (spotty /acne) skin type is, well, a problem. Acne can occur on the face, neck, chest, back and shoulders. This occurs when the skin’s pores or sebaceous glands get blocked or plugged by sebum (the skin’s natural lubricant) or bacteria. It is more common in people who have an oily / greasy skin (and an overabundance of sebum). Hormonal changes can cause this overabundance of sebum, which is why acne is so prevalent among teenagers, but acne is not uncommon in adults.Apart from acne breakouts you may be trying to clear up pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, cysts, abscesses or nodules. icon_antiageing_PLANT_web_smallAnti-ageing, anti-wrinkle skin care products are designed to help delay the onset of wrinkles and fight the effects of time.If you are looking for a natural, anti-aging skin care regime, free from preservatives, alcohol and inspired by the healing power of nature, then Timeless Skin can help you fight the signs of ageing. As we age, the top layer of our skin (the epidermis) thins and is less able to retain moisture, which makes the skin dry. Epidermal cells also decrease as we age which means that the skin is less able to repair itself easily (like it did in our youth). The dermal layer (middle layer) is also affected by age, thinning and producing less collagen, causing the skin to wrinkle and sag. The bottom layer of our skin (subcutaneous layer) includes fat cells which get smaller as we get older. As if that wasn’t enough, the rate of regeneration of skin cells also decreases and skin generally loses its elasticity. All these factors cause the skin to repair less easily. Changes also affect our pores , making them appear more enlarged as we age. This is often exacerbated by the build-up of dead skin cells. Sensitive skin types. If your skin’s very sensitive, or you have an allergy to perfume there are products in the range you will find helpful. Rosacea: customers have reported encouraging results using Whole-leaf Gel and Super Aloe Gel. Eczema or psoriasis relief is offered with products and advice including food diary management. A simple 3-step routine of cleansing, toning and moisturising should be a daily habit, morning and night. And for than optimum 4-step skin care routine that really embraces the power of Aloe Ferox – rejuvenate. Home  
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