Regardless of what type of skin you have there is a serious
skin care product available that will suit you.
Dermatologists generally break skin down in four distinctive
types being normal, dry, combination and oily. Each type has
its own issues and problems that need to be resolved.
Normal skin has an even tone and no visible problems such as
pimples or other skin blemishes. The lucky people with normal
skin do not suffer from oily or dry patches and their skin is
supple and soft. If you are blessed with this skin type you
need to look after it properly. Complacency may lead you to
having problems later in life.
Dry skin can be thin and itchy or flaky. Sufferers of dry skin will know what I mean when I say it sometimes feels like our
body is too big for the skin we are in. It feels tight and can react very badly to unsuitable skin products. You need
products that contain vegetable oils, lanolin and petrolatum.
Serious skin care products for dry skin use olive oil. Did
you know that olive oil is often used in hospitals to treat
patients with rough scaly skin. It is extremely nourishing and great at fighting the free radical damage we suffer from
exposure to the sun and pollution.
The majority of people have normal combination skin. As it
sounds this type of skin is a combination of oily and dry. It
is important to use the appropriate skin products on the right
sections. If you use cosmetics for dry skin on the oily parts
of your face, you run the risk of causing a pimple breakout.
If you have oily skin you are more likely to suffer with skin conditions such as acne. You may have blackheads which if left untreated easily turn into pimples. Whilst you may not believe me if you are in the middle of a zit outbreak, but oily skin is the best type as you get older. Signs of aging are less apparent on this skin type.
No matter what type of skin you have, you should learn to read the product labels. Organic means that at least 95% of the ingredients were organically grown. If no additional fragrances were added to a product it will be labelled fragrance free. Hypoallergenic means that the product has been tested and the risk of it causing an allergic reaction is reduced. Care should be taken when you begin using new skin care products. It is always best to try to test out the new product before making a commitment to purchasing a large amount.
Everyone should have a proper skin care routine. You need to cleanse your skin to remove dirt and dead skin cells. You need to moisturise your skin using a suitable product and finally you should always wear a sun screen even if the sun isn’t shining. With the Serious Skin Care product range you will be spoilt for choice.