Skin Care Tips

Skin Care Tips – Natural Skin Care Product and best skin care treatment

Do you have a soft, smooth, clear, attractive and glowing facial skin? If so, your are blessed with something. Your are the fortunate one. But, mind you, the beauty of your skin will not last long. With advancing age, there is no guarantee that you will maintain that fresh youthful look, you must care for your skin to maintain its health and prevent future damage from the sun and other natural elements that can be so harsh on such a delicate part of our body.

Eczema

The word ‘eczema’ comes from Greek words that mean ‘to boil over’. ‘Dermatitis’ comes from the Greek word for skin and both terms refer to exactly the same skin condition. Eczema may also be referred to as ‘atopic eczema’ when it is caused by allergies. It is generally pronounced eckzema, eczema or exsama.

Eczema is a fairly common condition. Statistics on eczema indicate that eczema affects more than 15 million Americans and ten percent of all children. Strangely enough, the condition appears to be getting more common. Some hypothesize that it may have to do with our increasing exposure to chemicals as well as other allergens.

Eczema is an itchy inflammation of the skin associated to a varying degree with other features such as:

redness of affected areas of skin

 

generally dry skin, which is often thickened in the areas that have been scratched

 

lumps or blisters in affected areas

 

signs of superficial infection such as weeping or crusty deposits.


Caring for normal, dry skin type, oily skin

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Knowing your skin type

 

Facial Skin is of three types – Normal, Dry and Oily skin type. First of all it is important to understand that the great variety of skin types among us will limit science from accommodating every skin type with its own category. The type of skin you have depends on the activity of the subaceous, or oil producing glands.

 

The following results generally indicate your skin type as:

 

Normal Skin Type – If upon observation in the mirror there are no prominent areas of shine, your skin feels comfortable and there is no residue on the tissue.

 

 

 


 

Combination Skin Type – If upon observation in the mirror there are prominent areas of shine on your forehead, nose, and chin AND the tissue test also reveals residue for those areas but cheeks are normal. Combination Skin Type – If upon observation in the mirror there are prominent areas of shine on your forehead, nose, and chin AND the tissue test also reveals residue for those areas but cheeks are normal.


 

Oily Skin TypeIf upon observation in the mirror your entire face appears shiny and the tissue test reveals residue in all four zones. Oily Skin TypeIf upon observation in the mirror your entire face appears shiny and the tissue test reveals residue in all four zones.


 

Dry Skin Type – If upon observation in the mirror there are no areas of shine AND further to this, you can see and feel the presence of tight skin, possibly flaky skin AND there is not a trace of residue on the tissue. Dry Skin Type – If upon observation in the mirror there are no areas of shine AND further to this, you can see and feel the presence of tight skin, possibly flaky skin AND there is not a trace of residue on the tissue.

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