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Skin types - part 3 normal skin

The owners of normal skin are in my opinion the happiest people in the world, because caring for this type of skin is probably the easiest. Most people in adolescence have oily skin. Normal skin is elastic. With this type of skin, there is no question of "glowing", because the skin does not emit excess sebum (which I am very jealous of normal skin owners!) Pores can hardly be seen either. Normal skin is not thin, thanks to which blood vessels are not visible.

The only mistake that owners of normal skin make is a lack of care. It is wrong to think that since you have the perfect complexion, you do not need to properly nourish it. It is worth using cosmetics designed for normal skin, thanks to which you will delay the aging process. It is worth using a daily face wash gel, cleansing milk (or other form of makeup remover), non-alcoholic tonic, as well as eye cream. From time to time, a mask won't hurt either. That's enough for you :)

Homemade masks

- Carrot and cottage cheese mask
a tablespoon of grated carrots mixed with one egg yolk, a spoonful of cottage cheese and add a dozen drops of vitamin A. Put the well mixed mass on the face, neck and décolleté. Remove the mask after approx. 20 min. Rinse the skin with cold water and wipe with tonic.
- Fruit mask
Apply the pulp of fruit such as raspberries, strawberries, apricots, peaches to the face. After 15 min. wash off with lukewarm water.
- Smoothing mask
a tablespoon of ground oat flakes, 2 teaspoon of warmed honey, mix one egg yolk thoroughly, apply the mass on the face, neck, neckline. Wash off with lukewarm and then with cold water.

In short, the pros of normal skin

- off
- it is springy
- there are no visible blood vessels
Ah, I envy you such girls! Who can boast of a normal complexion, considered by many to be perfect ?;)


  1. Avatar AW 2 July 2011 / 12: 14

    Unfortunately, mine is vascular and my skin is purple in winter zim

  2. Avatar BeAtta ... 30 June 2011 / 14: 09

    Very cool blog, I will follow 😉

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