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Skin Care Central - Get Great Looking Skin

The average adult skin weighs 101 lbs. and measures 20 square feet when stretched out. Human skin is by far the largest organ of the body. It breathes, it sweats, and it needs care and nourishment.

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The 5 Skin Types

  • Normal skin does not feel dry or oily. Pores are visible but not large or clogged. After a wash it feels smooth and comfortable. At midday it still looks fresh and clean. Consider the Medi-Spa Skin Booster System.

  • Dry skin has a thin and papery texture. It feels dry to touch. The pores are usually very fine looking. After a wash it feels tight. Flaky patches may appear by midday. Dry skin starter kit - recommended care.

  • Oily skin feels very greasy. The texture is often very thick and coarse. There are large, visible pores. After a wash it feels fine. By midday it looks shiny. Often break out in spots. Oily skin care basics.

  • Combination skin - it is important to note that most women tend to have combination skin which is normal with a few dry patches and a few oily patches. The dryness generally shows up on the cheeks while the oiliness is usually on the T-zone. After a wash some areas feel dry and some smooth. By the midday the T-zone is shiny. If spots beak out they will show up in the T-zone. Great Skin in a Box Combination Biotype.

  • Sensitive skin can be easily irritated. If you are prone to itching, burning, chafing and stinging then you probably have sensitive skin. After a wash a wash it will feel dry and itchy in places. By midday there you will notice flaky patches and some redness. Recommended sensitive skin care. Help and Heal without irritating.

5 Essentials to Great Looking Skin

  1. Develop a cleansing program for your particular skin type - integrate as part of your daily life.
  2. Choose a topical exfoliant to unroof the stratum corneum (glycolic, lactic, azeleic acids).
  3. Into your personal care program add a dermal (skin) growth stimulator (tretinoin, retinoids, retinols).
  4. Identify and choose the correct nutrients to promote dermal growth (topical C, topical E).
  5. An absolute must is photoprotection (Topical C, titanium dioxide) from the suns ever increasing damaging UVA and UVB rays.