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Dry Skin

Combination Skin

Oily Skin

Be comfortable in your own skin

The most important step in caring for your skin comes in understanding your specific skin type and how it adapts to seasons, climat, diet or hormonal changes. Your skin is your body’s largest organ, as complex and intelligent as your heart, lungs, liver and other vital organs. Using the skincare that is not adopted to your skin requierments might lead to conjestion or decreased natural oil production. all of that might be resulting in acne or alternatively even drier skin. Knowing your skin type and its needs will help you find trhe most suitable skin care and build the most glowy and healthy complexion.

Find your skin type

There are two easy ways to determine your skin type at home;

 

 

Cleanse your face thoroughly with a mild cleanser and gently pat dry. Leave skin bare (and do not apply any additional moisturizers, serums or treatments). After 30 minutes, examine your cheeks, chin, nose and forehead for any shine. After another 30 minutes, evaluate whether your skin feels parched, especially if you smile or make any other facial expressions. If your skin feels tight, your skin is likely dry. If there is noticeable shine on your nose and forehead, your skin is mostly likely normal/combination. If there is shine on your cheeks in addition to your forehead and nose, you most likely have oily skin.

 

 

 

This method is much faster and often an excellent differentiator between oily and dry skin types. Gently pat a blotting paper on the different areas of your face. Hold the sheet up to the light to determine how much oil is visible. If the sheet picked up little to no oil, you most likely have dry skin. If the blotting sheet reveals oil from the forehead and nose areas, your skin is normal/combination. Finally, if the blotting paper is saturated with oil, it is extremely likely that you have oily skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Blotting Sheet Method;

Skin Types

Daily Care;

 

In daily care of oily skin you should avoid over drying it (through excessive use of cosmetics with drying properties, e.g. alcohol-based, SLS) and not to clog it (as a result of long-term use of oily and greasy preparations, e.g. coconut oil, which effectively clog the pores, thereby increasing the problem of excessive production of sebum). The key element in caring for oily skin is regular face cleansing, at least twice a day. Ideally with anty-inflammatory products.

The procedure of exfoliation of dead skin can be performed once a week. A delicate, fine-grained peel (that does not use abrasives such as crushed nuts or seeds that can cause tiny tears in the dermis)for oily skin effectively cleanses it of impurities and  tone the texture. Exfoliation, also will  help to deal with PIH (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation), a condition which leaves dark spots on the skin after a breakout has healed. Daily exfoliation is essential to promote cell turnover and prevent sebum buildup in pores. .By polishing away the uppermost layers of skin you will revealing new cells and same way brighten your skin. The best exfoliants will include anti-bacterial ingredients to speed healing and prevent future blemishes.

Face masks are great after exfoliation a specially the antybacterial ones. We reccomend carbon face masks that has the ability to absorb pollutants and fat that accumulates on the skin, which is why it is ideal for oily skin.

Contrary to popular belief, oily skin needs moisturizing and hydration. Stripping the skin of moisture will only further encourage the sebaceous glands to produce more oil to compensate. Hence opt for an oil-free, non-comedogenic, water-based moisturizer.

Light facial massage with Energy Bar Massager will retain moisture and revitalizes the skin. This facial ensures natural lightening of the skin, giving fair and radiant skin with an even color tone. Use also  products with cammomile, green tee and jojoba.  They are light in texture and don't make the skin greasy", says the dermatologis.

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Mixed skin requires mixed care. Often it means the necessity of using two different cosmetics - for dry and oily skin, used in various places. Of course, moisturizing is obligatory then, it is good to apply products that help stop water from vapurating, such as hyaluronic acid, on the skin outside the T-zone. In the winter, do not forget about greesy, protective cream on the dry skin area.

Gentle, daily exfoliation is very important to keep the t-zone and cheek areas balances.  Exfoliation stimulates blood circulation and polishes your skin. Exfoliation or scrubbing opens up the pores and your skin starts breathing by absorbing nutriments. Once a week, use a peel-off mask, and if this is not enough, also apply a delicate enzyme peel that will help oily skin, not irritate the dry skin.

Moisturizers with a gel-like texture are absorbed more quickly and less likely to cause breakouts. Start with a small amount and increase as needed to avoid over-moisturizing and stressing the skin.

Use multi-mask. Multi-masking involves applying different face masks to different areas of your face to address different issues at the same time.You will also achive great resoults by using plant stem cells

Regular massages. Just ask any Asian women. Massages helps skin to get that healthy glow and relieve daily facial stress. It encurages plumping of fine lines and  increases radiance. By increasing blood circulation and oxygen flow to the facial muscles and skin, the face  is less likely to fall into deep wrinkles or show signs of physical and/or emotional stress.It also encourages the productiont of collagen. Collagen is the support system, that keeps the skin firm, supple and elastic. It breaks down as we age, and leaves fine lines and wrinkles in its wake. So the bottom line is we all need regular face massage to stay young and healthy. Just try one of our self massage devices to achive perfect glow and relaxation

The Bare Face Method;

Daily Care;

 

The sebaceous glands of dry skin do not adequately lubricate it, which deprives it of natural protection and causes rapid evaporation of water from the deeper layers of the skin. In the case of dry skin, using only lightweight moisturizing cosmetics is not enough. Dry skin requires the strengthening of the epidermal barrier, that is cosmetics, which on the one hand will complement the missing lipids of the epidermis, and on the other will form an occlusive layer on the skin, hindering the rapid escape of water (the main reason for skin drying).

Daily exfoliation with gentle, non-abrasive ingredients help removing the dead cells without stripping skin’s natural oils. Without an additional layer of dead skin, serums and treatments will be absorbed more easily. 

Invest in a reach cream or ointment that contains an oils such as olive oil or jojoba oil. Shea butter also works well. Other ingredients that help to soothe dry skin include lactic acid, urea, hyaluronic acid, dimethicone, glycerin, lanolin, mineral oil, and petrolatum. 

Use hydrating face mask. Finding as littll as10-15 minutes of self-care time a few times a week does the magic. Use that time to relax while nurishing your skin with moisture. All you need to do is apply on a hydrating face mask, then turn on your favorite music.

Regulary massage your skin. When massaging your skin the oils and onther nutriments penetrate your skin, it also encourages detoxification and lymphatic drainage, which in turn reduces inflammation and swelling. It encurages plumping of fine lines and  increases radiance. By increasing blood circulation and oxygen flow to the facial muscles and skin, the face  is less likely to fall into deep wrinkles or show signs of physical and/or emotional stress.It also encourages the productiont of collagen. Collagen is the support system, that keeps the skin firm, supple and elastic. It breaks down as we age, and leaves fine lines and wrinkles in its wake. So the bottom line is we all need regular face massage to stay young and healthy.

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