There are four basic skin types:
And each skin type has its own characteristics.
Dry Skin Characteristics:
Dry skin is characterized by small pores and a matte (dull) finish with little or no superficial oil or shine.
Expression lines are quick to form on dry skin, especially around the eyes and mouth.
Dry skin is more common in women and men over 50 and in those who live in low-humidity climates.
Dry skin can develop among women and men who don’t protect their skin for the elements and not moisturizing daily.
Normal Skin Characteristics:
Normal skin is healthy-looking skin with a smooth texture. It contains a balance of oil and moisture and has infrequent blemishes or clogged pores. When properly cared for, lines and wrinkles seldom form on this type of skin until late in life.
Combination Skin Characteristics:
Combination skin is healthy-looking skin with a
smooth texture and some oiliness in the T-zone areas
(the area forming a “T” across the forehead and down
the nose and chin) with some signs of dryness on the
cheeks and outer edges of the face.
When properly cared for, lines and wrinkles seldom
form on this type of skin until late in life.
Oily Skin Characteristics:
Oily skin results when the sebaceous glands produce too much oil, giving skin a shiny appearance.
Sometimes a greasy or sticky feel remains for several hours after cleansing.
It is also characterized by larger pores than other skin types and is more prone to breakouts, clogged pores and blemishes.
Oily skin may tend to wrinkle less readily than drier skin types.
The large amount of oil on the skin’s surface helps the upper layers retain water and protects the skin from environmental causes of dryness.
Sensitive Skin Characteristics:
Sensitive Skin is defined as skin easily irritated by topically applied products or environmental factors. Many people suffer from sensitive skin in on way or the other. This is enough to stop people from doing anything to help their situation. There are skin care products out there that is formulated just for sensitive skin.
Blemish – Prone Skin:
Acne or blemish-prone skin is a remarkably common skin condition. While many adolescents may experience acne, this condition also can appear for the first time in adults in their 20s or 30s or even later in life.
Generally, however, if you had acne as a teenager, you are more likely to have it again as an adult. Eighty to 100 percent of all teenagers have acne to some degree, and an increasing number of adult women also have some acne.
The people who can benefit from acne products are those who have mild or occasional acne. Some results may be seen within days, but a majority of users will experience the maximum reduction in acne lesions after using the product for eight weeks or more.
People with blemish-prone skin should limit the number of layers of cosmetic products they apply and avoid any products containing oil.
In addition, once acne is present, excessive scrubbing or frequent cleansing will not control it, and any rough manipulation of the skin may further irritate and inflame the lesions or even lead to the formation of new acne lesions.*
Is characterized as a chronic and often progressive skin disease
characterized by redness and acne-like lesions over the
cheekbones and nose. Over-the-counter acne medications are
not suitable for treating rosacea. This medical condition should
be treated by a physician.*
Overexposure of the sun’s dangerous UVA and UVB rays can cause damage to the skin. These causes sun spots (dark spots), uneven skin tone and wrinkles.
You may have seen or know someone with Melasma or you may have experinced it yourself. It is identified by a brown to grayish-brown skin discoloration. It usually appears on the forehead, cheeks, chin and above the upper lip. Melasma can affect anyone. It is common in women, especially pregnant women and those who are taking oral/patch contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy (HRT) medications.
Are charactorized by benign, hard, white bumps on the skin. The cysts are comprised of keratin and form beneath the surface of the skin.
J oust an footnote:
These are just a few common types of skins types and skin conditions a lot of people will have or have had. Most are treatable. There may be more that I could list here and some more server conditions that would that trained professional dermatologist to look at. I am not a dermatologist so if you have a skin condition that you are not sure what and why a breakout something is change about your skin, please seek medical advice from a dermatologist.
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