Before any treatment to our skin we must know what type of skin we have and how we care for, so we are giving better care…

Understand your skin care:
Although there are nuances, one can say generically that there are three skin types: fat, dry, normal or mixed. Some experts add a fourth type, which is sensitive skin, but this type of skin can occur in any of the three previous cases rather than a separate category is a feature associated with it.

How do I know the skin type I have?

First you must know that the concept is applied to classify the skin type is fat it generates. Knowing this is far easier to clarify the type of skin we have, what problems are more likely to suffer and how to treat.

Oily- To distinguish an oily skin must observe several signals in the mirror: they tend to emphasize highlights, skins pores are bright in excess, commonly reject the makeup, which tends to be displaced due to the action of fat, since it forms a film where cosmetic products with greater difficulty setting.

How to care for an oily skin?

Skins are more acne-prone skin where often develop black spots should be treated with an astringent, like aloe gel, which protects and nourishes while reducing excess fat. Do not stop to keep young people hydrate and smooth, this requires using a moisturizer or fat free hydro-nutritive.

Dry skin- It is just the opposite case of oily skin, this type of skin sebaceous glands do not produce enough grease and fat deficiency results in a rough and dull skin in which the pores are almost closed. Tends to dry with the simple effect of air and in some cases reaching the quarter.

How to care for a dry skin?

This type of skin requires more care than the normal or oily skin, it tends to age prematurely. We apply daily nourishing cream rich in vegetable oils (almond, avocado, olive …) and vitamins, particularly vitamins E and A, which combat the effects of free radicals and premature aging. Nor can we neglect the hydration to keep skin hydrated is necessary to apply a moisturizer, preferably after a shower and her skin was still wet. Complementing all this caution: avoid prolonged sun exposure.

Normal or mixed skin- The normal or mixed skin is characterized by excess fat in the forehead, nose and chin and dry cheeks and cheekbones. It’s the kind of skin care easier, because both fat and the dry zone are less extreme.

How to care for a mixed complexion?
First (this applies to all skin types) try not to punish her things out too long in the sun or pollution situations, excessive smoke, etc… Usually a good cleaning and moisturizing often enough, in the aloe vera is good for lowering fat and cheekbones and cheeks a hydro-nutritive.

Sensitive skin- As we said at the beginning any skin type (fat, dry or normal), also may be sensitive. These skins react with spots, rashes, dermatitis or redness to emotional changes, temperature, stress, etc… Outbreaks are often passengers who disappear quickly, sometimes associated with some type of cream; they are prone to skin allergies.

How to treat sensitive skin?

To begin with attempts to use hypoallergenic products, always do the test of cotton: cotton wet with a small amount of product you’re going to apply yourself, rub on your wrist and see if your skin reacts with any outbreak, if not you can apply the product, which must conform to the canons of skin type you have and we have discussed in the preceding paragraphs.


Sometimes not enough to apply the right product, then you have to do it the right way. Whenever you use a face cream it is important to remember that the skin very clean, that you will get it by washing with mild soap before application, so that an optimum result I recommend that you use at least once a week an exfoliating gel and you to apply a mask a couple times a month, so get your pores are wide open and ready to receive and absorb easily. It is also important to gently massage and circled the area where you will apply the cream as well as the open pores is desirable that the capillaries are activated and receive the flow of nutrients.

The last factor to consider before applying the cream is to use a product that promotes penetration for maximum cosmetic use, for it is nothing better than aloe, that guarantee that besides nutrients greatly enhance the penetration of all components of the cream you use, this is due to its high content of lignin, a compound that accelerates and enhances the absorption. In addition, aloe can be applied in all skin types as you explained below:
If you have dry skin aloe gel mixed with olive oil, avocado or sweet almond and have excellent nutrition.

If you have oily skin, use the gel alone, is astringent and reduces excess fat, may notice some tension at first, if it bothers you apply your gel after the shower, his face still wet, and get a perfect hydration without grease face.

If you have normal or mixed skin you can use in pure aloe gel, apply until completely absorbed. You can also use aloe gel with vitamins E and A to give firmness to the skin, massage in one direction for a moment and see that the result is visible, aloe promotes production of collagen and has an exfoliating effect and therefore also fights stains and wrinkles, is a true multipurpose.

In addition to caring for your skin, you can also use aloe to heal. Use the 95% gel small acne scars, scars, blemishes of the face or other skin imperfections, you can also use it as hair gel after showering, strengthen your hair and keep it healthy and beautiful.

Is constant, use your cosmetics in combination with aloe and notice the results.

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