Facial Skin Care according to Skin Type - Part I

For Normal Skin

Typical types of skincare can use a variety of cleansers, but avoiding cleaning agents that are high in alcohol content, are alkaline, and cleaning agents tend to cause blockages. Regular skincare every day, done after every trip and before bedtime, which includes:

Clean your face with cleansing milk for healthy skin to the extent of the neck and smooth. Make a light massage then lift the cleansing milk using damp cotton.

Rub a small towel or washcloth that has been dipped in warm water to remove the remaining cleaning milk.

Clean your face again using special soap for the front and healthy skin, wash with water so that the look is spotless.

Put face lotion on a piece of cotton, pat on the face with the intent to refresh or cover the pores open when facial skin is cleaned.

Regular skin care once a week after cleansing the face, which includes:

Steam the face or compress the entire face with a steamed towel.

Perform facial peels using a scrub cream for healthy skin then wash with lukewarm water.

Apply massaging cream to the entire face, neck, upper chest, and shoulders. Do a massage towards the top. Remove the oil with a towel that has been dipped in warm water.

After doing facial skin massage, use a mask for healthy skin—mix two teaspoons of mask powder with enough water or rose water.

Apply the mixture to the entire face with the help of a brush. How to apply starting from the chin, right cheek, left cheek, nose, and forehead.

Let the mask dry by itself +30 minutes. During the use of the cover should not move or talk so that the results can be maximized.

Remove the mask using a small towel or washcloth that has been dipped in warm water.

Give a refresher or can also be compressed with a washcloth dipped in ice water.

For Dry Skin

Dry skin needs a soft cleanser that is a cleanser that contains moisturizers such as olive oil or solvents in the form of creams. Avoid using cleaning agents that contain high alcohol content. Apply skin fertilization utilizing a moisturizer that contains glycerin, hyaluronic acid, or dimethicone. The substances contained in the moisturizer are humectants. Humectant properties draw water from within the skin and from the surrounding air so that the process of skin dehydration does not continue.

Cleaning agents for dry skin types, choose cosmetics that are oil-based or oil-based, type W / O (oil content is higher than water content). Dry skin types emit less oil than other skin types, making it a habit to use sunscreen or moisturizers that contain sunscreen and antioxidants, especially if activities outside the home.

Dry skincare can also be done routinely, every day, and periodically. Dry skin care done every day includes:

Clean your face and neck with cleansing creams that contain emollients to prevent dehydration. Lift with a washcloth that has been dipped in warm water.

Clean your face again using special soap for the front and dry skin, wash with water so that the look is immaculate.

Put face lotion on a piece of cotton, pat it all over the face, and immediately use a moisturizer.

Dry skincare is done once every ten days (incidental) by:

After cleaning, apply to massage cream to the entire face, neck, upper chest, and shoulders, then do the massage gently and carefully.

Remove the massaging cream with warm water until clean.

Prepare a mask for dry skin. Apply the mask mixture to the entire face with the help of a brush. How to apply starting from the chin, right cheek, left cheek, nose, and forehead.

Let the mask dry by itself for +30 minutes and rest to obtain maximum results.

Remove the mask with a small towel dipped in warm water.

For Oily Skin

Healthy skin contains little oil, but if excessive oil secretion, besides triggering the emergence of blackheads and pimples, can also interfere with the appearance. Use water-based cleansing cosmetics or type O / W (water content higher than oil) and avoid detergents-based cleaners or high alcohol content pores. This is because the use of both types of cleansers in the long term, in addition to damaging the skin, can also stimulate increased activity of the palette gland.

The oily skincare, besides being done every day, is also treated every 3-4 days. Daily routine maintenance includes:

Clean your face with a unique face soap containing sulfur or cleanser in the form of an oil-free gel (oil-free).

Clean your face again using special soap for the front and oily skin, wash with warm water so that the look is immaculate.

Put astringent (freshener) on a piece of cotton and then pat on the face to sum up the pore.

Oily skin care is done every 3-4 days by:

Steam the face or compress the entire face with a towel that has been steamed or soaked in warm water.

Take pimples and blackheads.

Apply massaging cream to the facial skin then do the massage with high-speed tools for + 5 minutes.

Remove the massaging cream by using a towel that has been dipped in warm water.

Prepare a mask for acne-prone skin. Apply the mixture to the entire face with the help of a brush. How to apply starting from the chin, right cheek, left cheek, nose, and forehead.

Let the mask dry by itself for +30 minutes, during the use of a mask rest to obtain maximum results. Especially for acne-prone skin, use the infraphyl lamp (red) for + 3 minutes when the mask is half dry on the face. Cover both eyelids with cotton dipped in boorwater.

Remove the mask by using a small towel or washcloth that has been dipped in warm water, then sprinkle with a pimple powder.
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