The Purpose of Facial Treatment

It is a natural law if every age has a consequence of decreasing the quality of the body. Facial skin that was smooth and tight when young was getting older, and signs of aging such as wrinkles, wrinkles, fine lines, and black spots began to appear. The skin aging process occurs because the skin can no longer produce a lot of collagen and elastin, whose function is to tighten and tighten the skin. People experience decreased production of collagen and elastin over the age of 30 years, therefore the older the surface, the thinner and dry. Many ways can be done to slow down the aging process and stay young; one of them is by doing facial treatments early regularly.

Facial treatments should be performed following the skin condition. Today many cosmetic skincare products are suitable for skin types, from traditional to modern, all of which provide solutions to treat and overcome various skin problems. Along with the movement back to nature, not a few who use natural ingredients to manage beauty. Facial skincare, in general, has the aim to maintain and improve the health and function of the skin and to beautify the outer appearance of the skin so that facial skin feels comfortable, soft, clean, white, smooth, moist and shiny.

Routine facial treatments provide the following benefits: clean facial skin, improve and facilitate blood circulation in the face, encourage glandular activity, relax nerves, maintain muscle shape, strengthen weak tissue, prevent the onset of disorders or skin diseases, prevent wrinkles, improve facial skin and stay young.

Advance Skin Diagnosis

A facial treatment can be done through several phases of treatment. Before facial treatment, a facial skin diagnosis should be made.

Diagnosis of facial skin after the facial cleansing stage. The determination of facial skin needs to be done with the aim of:

1. Determine the type of facial skin,
2. Knowing various abnormalities on the face skin,
3. Determine the actions of care or treatment,
4. Choose cosmetics that are suitable for facial skin type

The determination of the diagnosis of facial skin includes the following aspects:

Skin type. Skin types are grouped into standard skin types, oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin, and combination or mixed skin.

Tonus and Turgor. Determination of tone and turgor is done by pinching the cheek skin (turgor) and pressing the cheek skin under the cheekbones (sound), whether classified as loose or strong.

Pores. The appearance or not depends on the type of skin. Dry skin is usually invisible pores, in contrast to oily skin types whose pores tend to be significant. The presence of blockages in the bladder can widen pores.

Skin folds and lines. On the face or neck skin almost always occurs in the formation of folds and edges of skin in the form of wrinkles usually around the eyes, between the eyebrows, nasal folds and the lips (smile-line) and wrinkles due to age that occur on the forehead, neck and around the mouth.

Skin disorders. Common skin disorders are

Skin disorders due to pigmentation disorders such as chloasma and moles, vitiligo, tinea versicolor, ringworm, red spots;

Skin disorders due to dysfunction of oil glands such as inflammation, acne, blackheads, and acne;

skin disorders caused by skin problems or keratinization disorders such as hyperkeratinization (scabies), scaly skin, calluses, catimumul, and flaky, red skin;

Skin disorders due to premature aging;

Skin disorders due to fungal infections such as dermatophytosis, and

Skin disorders due to circulatory diseases.
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