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Skin Concerns

Oiliness / Prone To Acne Skin

Your skin looks shiny or feels greasy to touch, appears thick and coarse, has enlarged pores and tends to be prone to acne breakouts.

Skin Sensitivity

Have you ever experienced slight red patches on your skin, areas of dryness or blemishes? Maybe even itchy skin, a tingle, tightness or a stinging sensation? These are all signs of skin sensitivity.

Sign Of Aging Skin

Skin aging happens when collagen is damaged and loses its tight weave, so your elastin loses its zing. The fibroblasts (and their DNA) that produce collagen and elastin are prone to UV radiation damage. Apparition of deep wrinkles, sagging skin, fine lines and uneven skin tone.

Combination / Shiny T-Zone

For those who have combination skin – oily in the T-zone and normal or even dry on the cheeks, you can be left wondering the best way to care for your skin. What is a T-zone?Your T-zone is generally oily across the forehead, down the nose, and the chin – hence forming a T-shape.

Dryness / Dehadration

First, beware that you’re not confusing dehydrated with dry; dehydration is caused when water is stripped from skin by products and environmental factors, and dryness defines skin that produces little to no oil naturally.
While dehydrated skin needs products that replenish water levels with a powerful humectant like hyaluronic acid, truly dry skin needs oil-based to keep the moisture barrier intact.

Hyper-Pigmentation And Dull Skin

Hyper-pigmentation is the increase in the natural colour of the skin, it appears of the skin in form of dark patches.
Melanin, a brown pigment manufactured by certain cells in the skin called melanocytes, is responsible for skin colour. Its production is stimulated by a pituitary hormone called melanocyte stimulating hormone (MSH). Other pigmentsappear in the skin much less often.
As you get older, your skin may lose its natural glow and start to look dull and tired. This can begin at an early age, but fortunately it can easily be treated at home with the right skin-care routine.