Normal skin is not affected by particular skin conditions and for this reason it offers a vast range of treatments based on seasonality or personal preferences. Today we offer you a list of IN and OUT for so-called "normal" skins.
The products to be used must essentially be aimed at maintaining the optimal characteristics of the skin for as long as possible. So let's see what's good for us and what's best to avoid...
correct hydration: hydration with molecules such as hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate, trehalose, panthenol, sorbitol is recommended . The plant active ingredients that perform amoisturizing activity derive from carob, mallow, barley, lemon and linden plants.
Maintain the'balance of the skin barrier: bio-mimetic lipids such as ceramides
, even vegetable oils are highly recommended.
Use sunscreen: it is always good and right toapply a protection factor against UV radiation.
Pfor chemical exfoliation it is better to prefer less aggressive acids such as PHA which also have excellent as regards the moisturizing power.
- very occlusive mineral oils which would therefore not allow proper skin transpiration.
Treatments with frequent acid peels. It is good to do them once a week, also taking into account the season in which we are.
Massive use of essential oils, especially those derived from citrus fruits, which contain photosensitizing molecules. Essential oils are our great allies, but even here it is better not to overuse them.
Dott.ssa Federica D'Incà - COSMAST Master in Cosmetic Science and Technology
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