Skin type

Blemished skin

what is blemished skin?

Blackheads and pimples are unfortunately good friends with blemished skin: Because the skin produces more sebum than it should and accordinglyoily is formed by the sebum glandsBlackheads. Because they can easily become inflamed by acne bacteria and other impurities, impure skin is also more prone to damagePimples and acne.

Young people are most likely to be affected by blemished skin, because this is where the hormones go crazy. It's not just hormones that lead to blemished skin: genes, diet and lifestyle as a whole also contribute to blemished skin.

After all: With the right care, the chances are good that you can get a grip on blemished skin.

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When caring for blemished skin, it is particularly important to get a grip on the excessive sebum production of the sebum glands. They make the face look oily and cause the many inflammations and blemishes, i.e. blackheads and pimples.

In order to get a grip on blemished skin, a pore-deep facial clarification is important. This must not and that is very important to further dry out the skin! Products with irritating alcohols are therefore taboo. What you need is a sensitive, intensive facial cleanser that supplies the skin with moisture while washing.. 

To rid the pores of excess sebum, are also suitablegentle scrubs and facial steam baths.


  • Tip 1:facial cleansing

    Because blemished skin produces too much sebum, cleansing your face is the first step towards clearer skin. Take a cleanser without irritating alcohol or questionable ingredients that won't dry out or harm your skin. Ideally you have oneFacial cleanserthat nourishes your skin with moisture while you wash it.

  • Tip 2:scrubs

    Mild peelings or facial steam baths help you to clear and deeply cleanse the pores. This will further prevent the formation of blackheads and pimples. Four drops of lemon juice are enough for a peeling, which you mix with a tablespoon of sugar and then apply to the unclean areas. Also aKonjac sponge ensures a mild and natural peeling. Make sure you moisturize your skin directly.

  • Tip 3:moisture

    Dryness causes the skin to produce more sebum and become accordingly impure. Use a well-formulatedMoisturizerto freshen up your skin and give the sebum glands a break. This hydrating face cream should contain vitamins C, E, and other nutrients to help prevent inflammation and the formation of pimples.

  • Tip 4:diet

    Because blemished skin is also related to what you eat, you should check your diet once. Basically, sugar and alcohol as well as animal fats contribute to blemished skin. Reduce the amount of these substances to a minimum in order to protect your skin as much as possible.


The optimal care against pimples and acne & Co.

Analyze your skin carefully

Blemished skin is often uncomfortable, but you can get it under control! Before you start, you should take a closer look: Do you have really blemished skin or is there more to it? With the free skin advice, you can quickly find out more and find the right care for you..


Learn more about your skin type

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Normal skin

Typical characteristics: 
hardly any blemishes or skin problems

Skin texture:
good blood circulation and hydration, fine pores, good skin's own protective acid mantle

even complexion with a healthy appearance

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Oily skin

Typical characteristics: 
enlarged pores, increased shine, more frequent blackheads, pimples or acne

Skin texture:
increased sebum production, increased bacterial load, partly enlarged pores

“greasy, but not necessarily sallow or irregularg

Dehydrated skin

Typical characteristics:
temporarily rough and cracked skin as well as dry skin feeling

Skin texture:
The protective acid layer is damaged, flaking and inflammation, wrinkles are likely

sallow and marked by drought

Combination skin

Typical characteristics: 
Tendency to have oily skin around the nose, dry skin on the cheeks

Skin texture:
oily skin areas with higher bacterial load, dry skin areas, wrinkles

irregular and possible pale appearance on the edge of the face