Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tips and care for each skin type

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To have a well-conditioned and beautiful skin, it is the biggest concern of all women. But knowing your skin type makes it easier to deal with. But, how to recognize your skin type to treat it as it deserves? Normal, sensitive, oily and dry skin? Identify your skin type is the first step to provide the best and most appropriate care. The skin is often identified as the cover letter of humans. Something that proves when most dermatologists say that skin is a reflection of the health of each person.
Air pollution, poor diet, smoking or extreme ambient temperatures can be intimate enemies of a radiant and healthy skin. Our duty is to prevent external factors that destroy our skin. According to dermatologists, the best way to take care of our skin is to know it thoroughly, the products and treatments vary depending on whether your skin is normal, oily, dry, combination or sensitive.
Tips and care for each skin type

Oily skin

Oily skin, often characterized by large pores and brightness due to excess of sebum produced and also have a tendency to have acne and pimples. This type of skin should not be hydrated or washed in excess, so that the pores can achieve a balance, keeping more closed to avoid greasiness.
One of the biggest mistakes made by those who have oily skin is to wash it many times a day with specific products in order to let it drier. But this is a mistake. The more you wash your face, the more you take the oil, the more sebaceous glands are stimulated to produce oil, for these believe that the skin is dry and need to return to it the oil that was removed.
If you have this type of skin when the sebaceous glands produce an excess of oil, which causes clogging of the pores. The advantage of this type of skin is that aging is slower. However, this requires scrupulous hygiene and a permanent hydration treatment.
Tips and care for each skin type

  • Exfoliation and the use of cleansing mask are excellent control agents. It is not appropriate to use products with oily in the formula.
  • Cleaning of this skin must be performed within two times a day, using liquid soap or mild soap. Do not wash your face too much because it actually increasing oil.
  •  To hydrate, avoid the creamy or greasy products. Opt for hydrating gel or cream with sunscreen and products that contain vitamin A, C, E and  Aloe Vera.
  • It is recommended that for anti-wrinkle treatment, to use products in gel form and never in cream.

Homemade masks for Oily skin


- 1 tablespoon of oats

- 3 spoons of cold chamomile tea

- 1 tablespoon of green clay

Preparation and use:

Mix all ingredients until smooth. Once ready, apply in the face and remove when completely dry. Do not store the mask for later use, it is not reusable. After rinsing the face, apply a moisturizer to make the skin softer, the oily skin also needs to be moisturized. The mask can be applied 2 to 3 times per week.


 - 1 cup of oatmeal
- 1 tablespoon of low-fat yogurt
- ½ peeled cucumber

Preparation and use:

Beat all ingredients in a blender to form a paste. Apply in the face, leave it for 15 minutes and rinse.
Tips and care for each skin type

- 2 tablespoons of green clay
- 1 lemon (juice)
- 1 tablespoon of honey

Preparation and use:

Mix the ingredients well to make it smooth. Apply in the face and leave it for 20 min. Make this mask the night because the lemon stains the skin in contact with the sun. The lime and clay are excellent for reducing the skin oiliness, and honey to leave softer.


1 tablespoon of honey
 1 teaspoon of oat
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
½ lemon juice

Preparation and use:

Combine all ingredients in a container. On clean skin, apply the mask with a circular motion for a minute. Let stand for 10 minutes, rinse and dry. If you feel the skin stretching too, apply a moisturizer gel.

If you want to see more homemade mask for your skin type see Here and for anti-aging mask see Here

Tips and care for each skin type

Normal Skin
It is easily recognizable because it is always well hydrated and has a compact texture. However, natural changes experienced by the body over the years may cause some transformations.

  • When the skin is still young, certain precautions are recommended based on the application of moisturizer daily, while at night, consider using soft creams to nourish the skin.
  • To hydrate is convenient to use an emulsion or gel with vitamins A, C, and E, aloe extract.
  • Use anti-wrinkle creams is convenient when you have a mature skin.
  •  To clean this type of skin prefer products such as liquid soaps or mild soap and soothing lotions. Then apply a tonic to soothe the skin and help constrict the pores.
Tips and care for each skin type

Dry skin
Usually has fine pores, it seems a bit opaque.
  • Clean twice a day with cleansing milk
  • Apply a tonic lotion without alcohol after wash face
  • Avoid using soaps that increase the dryness.
  • The make-up remover should be a moisturizer.
  • Dry skin ages faster, then it should include the daily use of nutritious and tensor products.
  • For this type of skin requires powerful moisturizing, such as gel or cream. It is important that the product contains sunscreen in its formula.
  • Finally, the dry skin is more prone to wrinkles. Therefore, you should not stop using moisturizers and creams with retinol use, glycolic acid, and vitamins retinol.
  • Day: Use moisturizer for dry skin followed by sunscreen (at least SPF 15)
  • Night: bet on moisturizer based on vitamin C or wrinkle-based retinoic or glycolic acid
Vitamin C, beta-carotene, biotin, zinc and selenic, have antioxidant properties help to restore the skin's natural moisture. So it is important that foods such as orange, carrot and oil seeds make part of your diet.
Tips and care for each skin type

Combination skin

Undoubtedly, the main problem is the fact of the oiliness be different for each area. The cheeks, for example, have normal skin while the rest produces an increased amount of sebum. And is precisely why the combination skin should not be treated with the same care of those who have an oily complexion. If this is done, the problem of T zone is resolved, but the area of the cheekbones is likely to get dry. The opposite is also true: "Use very emollient products for dry skin in a skin that is oily spots will leave her with dirty looks and provides the appearance of blackheads.
  • Wash the face in the morning with soap that contains astringent ingredients, that favor the removal of impurities and the clearance of pores.
  • Apply a moisturizer gel or oil-free lotion.
  • Then, a sunscreen, also free of oil.
  • Even if the skin is oily throughout the day, resist the temptation to wash it, as it removes the natural oils and further increases the sebum production.
  • At night, wash your face again, apply a facial tonic suitable for your skin type and then used the same moisturizer in the morning.
  • Masks control the oil and exfoliating which help to prevent the formation of pimples can be used up to twice a week.
Tips and care for each skin type

Sensitive skin

It is usually very dry, tends to feel tight, and becomes inflamed and irritated easily. Typically, sensitive skin develops reddish and scaly areas, can be itchy and tingly and is prone to breaking into spots. It is the most problematic and fragile type of skin, which needs a very special type of care. It is the most problematic and fragile type of skin, which needs a very special type of care.
Tips and care for each skin type

What can and what can not?

Generally speaking, those who have sensitive skin should avoid exfoliates and cosmetics with too much perfume and other potentially irritating substances such as alcohol, acids, and parabens. Peeling and anti-aging treatments are not prohibited, but as some of these procedures use acids that can attack the skin, they need to be done under the strict monitoring of a dermatologist.

The cosmetics that contain substances with anti-inflammatory action or that help prevent the rapid loss of water, such as chamomile, witch hazel, ceramides, alpha-bisabolol, and niacinamide are excellent.

Currently, the market has a wide range of hypoallergenic cosmetics, especially for those with sensitive skin.
Tips and care for each skin type
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