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Taking Care of Your Skin

By Dr. Susana Sandoval
by Shane CormierJanuary 23, 2015

AISA CLINIC
Ave. de las rosas No. 53 entre 1 y 2
Matamoros, Tamaulipas | +52 868 149 1025

 

The classification of different biotypes is related with antiperspirants and sebaceous secretion forming hydrolipidic mantle of the skin, a true natural emulsion in which there is an optical secret balance that gives the skin surface a state of lubrication and moisture regulation.

Skin Eudermic or Normal

It is one that is in perfect balance sebaceous secretory and sudoral, presented optimal hydration.

NORMAL SKIN Features

  • Smooth and soft touch surface
  • Uniformly pink
  • Moderate Brightness
  • Thin
  • Pores inconspicuous
  • Tolerates fine soaps
  • No flaking with facilida
  • Resistant to Extreme Temperatures

Dry Skin

A skin can be dry hydrolipid decrease (absence of fat, loss of water in the stratum corneum, or coexistence of both) or exo – nous causes such as excessive washing, reactive to external stimuli, with a tendency to redness, itching, peeling and sensation.

Features of DRY SKIN :

  • Thin, opaque and dull
  • Rough and Rugged
  • With fine desquamation
  • barely perceptible pores
  • Not resilient, prone to wrinkles and premature aging
  • Easily irritable
  • Do not tolerate, soaps and chemicals
  • Not resistant to extreme temperatures 

Greasy Skin

It is one that has increased sebum. The classic seborrheic areas are the scalp, central face (T-zone: forehead, nose and chin) region, thoracic and intrascapular downtown area.

Features of OILY SKIN

  • Coarse
  • Creamy
  • Wet and shiny
  • Pilo sebaceous follicles dilated
  • Little tendency to wrinkling
  • Resistant to the action of external agents

THIS IS known as A SKIN
CONDITION NOT A SKIN TYPE

  • Sensitive Skin
  • Couperose skin
  • Roseasea skin
  • Acne skin
  • Dehydrated skin
  • Atopic skin
  • Devitalized skin
  • Thick skin
  • Pigmented skin
  • Asphyxiated skin

TIPS FOR MAINTAINING A
YOUNG SKIN:

  • Prevent external aggressions (avoid cold, wind, pollution, etc. )
  • Avoid bar soaps (greasy), use liquid or foam dermocleansers
  • Use a moisturizing lotion for your skin type or skin problem.
  • Use a moisturizer or a hydrating gel depending on skin type .
  • Prevention against UV radiation, using sunscreens with a factor of 30 greater protection.
  • Maintain a balanced diet with adequate water intake, without protein or vitamin deficiencies .
  • Avoid alcohol and snuff .
  • Maintaining a regimen of regular life outdoors , doing sports and avoiding stress and sleep disorders .
  • And a must is the use of cosmetics designed to promote and maintain skin hydration and balance the hydrolipidic space.
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Shane Cormier

Co-Editor, Super Hero and Techno Geek. Raised in Tejas, Educated in California and All American Baby!

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