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Advice for winter skin

Skin in winter is always vulnerable and most of the time we are not aware of the dangers and aggressions. Temperature, humidity, wind change in winter suddenly and dryness may occur because heaters are on. Dehydration appears which causes winter dry skin on areas such as face, lips, ears and hands. As a result, speed of aging increases.

 

Therefore, it is a good time for you to have treatments during winter time, such as skin rejuvenation-based peeling or Mesotherapy with vitamins and hyaluronic acid, with medical laser or high frequency.

 

What is your skin type?

There are generally 3 main types of skin (normal, dry, oily) with some subtypes and other special 3 skin types (mixed, aged and sensitive):

Normal skin: Moderate brightness. Fresh and bright look. Imperceptible pore. Flexible, thin and elastic. Well pigmented. No noticeable flaking.

Constitutional dry skin: Lacks brightness, thickened, harsh and rough. Redness pigment and burn easily under sun exposure. Deteriorate more as aging progresses.

Dry skin: No color. Imperceptible pore. wrinkles. Redness and flaking.

Seborrheic oily skin: Oily shine look. Thickened. Pores in Seborrheic area. No redness or peeling. Soft and oily.

Oily dehydrated skin: Shiny but colorless. Pores perceptible to naked eye. Thickened. Flaking and redness. Well pigmented. Suffer congestion with temperature changes.

Oily skin asfittica: Shine on oily areas. Somewhat thickened skin. Pale appearance. Frequent spots and uneven coloration. Susceptible of easy facial irritation and dehydration.

Combination skin: Most common. d

Aging skin: Imperceptible pore. Lack of clamping tone and firmness to stretch. Appearance of superficial wrinkles or folds.

Sensitive skin: Feeling of burning, itching, stinging, dryness and flaking.

Source: The skin in winter (SEME)

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