Choosing the right care for your skin type is way to get soft and beautiful skin. Tailor your selection of skincare products to the individual needs of your skin type.
What Type Of Skin Do You Have?
- Normal skin is naturally smooth and supple. Dry areas and feelings of tightness are not common in normal skin. It is almost perfect. Its ideal level of thightness makes it smooth and supple. It is not sensitive and has good blood circulation. But even normal skin needs moisture and protection to keep it looking healthy. You can use just a light moisturizing lotion to nourish your normal skin to keep it soft and radiant.
- Dry skin needs moisturizing care tailored specifically to its needs, otherwise it can dry out and cause itchy areas. With this skin type, the shins and knees are specifically vulnerable.
- Does your skin itch, feel uncomfortably tight and rough? This means you have very dry skin. It needs rich care to restore its natural protective barriers.
- Sensitive skin can be recognized by redness, which can also occur as a reaction to incorrect care. In this case, choose a mild, pH-neutral care product.
Normal Skin – Gentle Care Keeps It In Balance
Normal skin has a balanced moisture content. Even daily care with a gentle cream or lotion is enough to keep this skin type smooth and healthy.
Dry Skin Needs Lasting Care
Dry skin has high care requirements. Its protective barriers are weakened very easily, allowing it to dry out and become chapped and ray. Rich creams and masks restore the protective lipid layer.
Very Dry Skin – Protective care
Dry and very dry skin needs to be supplied with lipids and moisture so that it can restore its natural protective layer. Rich, intensive caring creams help it to do this.
Sensitive Skin – Gentle Care With A Great Effect
Sensitive skin needs to be nourished with extra care. Mild care stabilises the moisture content in sensitive skin and protects it from becoming irritates.
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