WHAT IS NORMAL SKIN?
You can recognize normal skin by its balanced complexion and complexion. Both are due to the fact that normal skin is well supplied with blood and has few visible pores. It produces a well balanced amount of sebum and sweat making it well hydrated and non-greasy.
When the skin is in this ideal state, we also speak of eudermia. And because with normal skin theskin's own protective barrier is healthy, eudermie is less prone to blackheads and pimples.
WHAT CARE FOR NORMAL SKIN?
Basically, normal skin provides a great foundation for long-lasting skin health. Nevertheless, you should also carefully care for normal skin to protect it from external influences and skin aging.
In general, the following applies to normal skin: care for it appropriately and not too aggressively in order to avoid irritation.
TIPS FOR NORMAL SKIN
Tip 1:mild cleansing
For the daily care of normal skin you should use surfactant-free andmild facial cleansers that don't dry out your skin and gently cleanse them.
Tip 2:gentle care
Normal skin needs light care that does not throw it off balance. After cleansing your face, wear a well-formulated onefacial care that hydrates normal skin and supplies it with valuable nutrients.
In order to prevent skin aging in normal skin, one is suitable for normal skinanti aging creamthat gently slow down wrinkles. Formulations with spilanthol are particularly suitable for this.
Tip 4:healthy eating
Normal skin is often the result of a balanced diet. Especially if you avoid sugar, animal fats and alcohol, you can stabilize normal skin well.
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Wrinkling, pigment spots, lack of elasticity
Damaged collagen structure, insufficient supply of nutrients, higher susceptibility to skin damage
irregular, pigment spots and circulatory disorders
enlarged pores, increased shine, frequent blackheads, pimples or acne
Increased sebum production, increased bacterial load, partially enlarged pores
“greasy, but not necessarily sallow or irregularg
rough skin condition, skin cracking, wrinkling, skin irritation
Dehydration and reduced sebum production, possible damage to the collagen framework
pale with a dry appearance, characterized by fine skin cracks
Tendency to oily skin around nose, dry cheek skin
Oily skin areas with higher bacterial load, dry skin areas, wrinkling
irregular and possible sallow appearance at the edge of the face