The time has come for the last type of skin that will end a series of care notes for individual skin types. I remind you that previous notes on this topic can be found in the section ,,Female Look" or using the search engine on the page on the right below our photo. typing oily skin, mixed or normal.
Dry skin Contrary to appearances, it is not better than oily skin. Why? Because this type of skin is most susceptible to irritations and allergies. This type of skin is thin. Often also bright and rough. The pores are invisible, closed. The big plus of this type of skin is that it is always matte, which can be envied by owners of oily skin and mixed (including me).
- it is always matte
- closed pores
- very delicate
- prone to irritation and allergies
- it can also be rough
- lack of flexibility
- sensitive to detergents, weather conditions and hard water
Washing dry skin with ordinary soap is in this case even a homicide, because it can dry it more. This often leads to irritation and allergies. It is worth using moisturizing face cleansing gels. When it comes to make-up removal for this type of skin, make-up removal lotions that don't dry it are recommended.
The use of moisturizing creams is very important in care. In this case, I recommend the Biotherm Aquasource series. You can find a lot on the internet homemade masks for dry skin. I will cite several of them:
Mix a tablespoon of grated carrot and a tablespoon of grated celery with a teaspoon of sweet cream and a few drops of vitamin A + D. Put the mass on the face and neck. After 20 minutes, wash off with lukewarm water.
Blend yolk, 2 tablespoons olive oil and teaspoon lemon juice. Lubricate the face and neck with the "mayonnaise" thus obtained, after 30 minutes, wash off with moist gauze, wipe the skin with tonic and pat moisturizing cream.
Add egg yolk and a few drops of olive oil to the carrot juice. Apply on face and after 20 minutes wash off with lukewarm water.
I hope you liked the series of notes about the care of particular skin types?