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Normal skin is both aesthetically and internally balanced, comfortably dewy, healthy, and unmistakably glowing. Normal skin usually sports a rosy glow and pulls the perfect amount of moisture from adipose tissues which ensure healthy and effective hydration levels to help it optimally perform its many functions. =================================== OILY SKIN
Oftentimes genetically predetermined, oily skin is a result of overzealous sebaceous glands in the deepest dermal layers of the skin. Telltale signs of oily skin type are a shiny epidermal layer and enlarged, often congested, pores. Oily skin also usually appears firm and thicker in tissue density. ===================================
Quite the opposite of oily skin, dry skin is the result of under-active sebaceous glands in skin’s dermal layers, and is most notably recognized as having a dull, often sallow appearance. Also, drier skin tone is a result of the natural aging process as fewer corneum cell layers deliver less hydration to skin. =================================== SENSITIVE SKIN
Sensitive or reactive skin can apply to couperose, dry, or oily types and is often classified as skin that is “clinically” and predictably reactive to certain ingredients or elements that have been transported through damaged dermal layers of the skin. A gentle, more delicately regimented approach to skincare with ingredients like beta-glucan, allantoin and calming chamomile extract is incredibly healing for this skin type. =================================== COMBINATION
Probably the most common of all skin types, combination skin can be classified as a mix of one or more issues. Those with combination skin usually experience oiliness in the “T zone” area, i.e. forehead, nose, and chin, while feeling drier in the cheek or neck areas.
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