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Determining Your Skin Type Is Not A Complex Affair At All.

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  • Skin Science And Analysis (part 2)-How to Test What Skin Type you Have
    Skin Science And Analysis (part 2)-How to Test What Skin Type you Have
  • Does Skin Type Differ Between Men and Women?

    Men have a higher level of collagen and their skin is about 20% thicker when compared with women. Males
    usually have tougher skin which is also more prone to oiliness. The pores are larger and more exposed and
    visible. When compared with women, the blood supply to the skin is also greater in men. The fact that men
    sweat easier should also be taken into account as an important difference between men and women’s skin

  • How to Test What Skin Type you Have

    Determining your skin type is not a complex affair at all. One of the simplest ways in which you can identify
    your skin type is to wipe your face with a clean tissue as soon as you wake in the morning. Here is what
    people with different skin types will find with this test:

  • Normal Skin- The tissue is oil free and your skin feels as elastic and supple as ever.
    Dry Skin- The tissue is oil free but your facial skin feels dry and tight.
    Oily skin- The tissue has oily spots and your face looks oily especially the nose and forehead areas.

  • Combination Skin- The tissue has oil traceswhen you wipe your nose, forehead or chin but is clean when
    you wipe your cheeks.
    Sensitive Skin- Those who have this skin type do not usually need the tissue-test to figure this out. That’s
    because sensitive skin reacts poorly to several things- harsh sunlight, dehydration, many creams /
    shampoos / cosmetics, even the weather.

  • What is pH-Balance?

    pH is an abbreviation for Potential Hydrogen. The pH number ranges from 0 to 14 and it measures how
    alkaline or acidic a liquid is. Anything below 7 is Acid and anything above 7 is Alkaline. Water has the same
    amount of acids and alkalis which gives it a pH level of 7.

  • pH levels in skin cleansers do make a difference. Your skin has a pH level of about 5.5. The outer layer is
    acidic which helps to keep bacteria out and keeps the skin moisturized. You should use a cleanser which
    has the same or slightly higher pH level as your skin. This will help to maintain the outer protective layer. If
    you choose to use soap as a cleanser, which is too alkaline, then it will dissolve the acid in your skin and it
    will lead to dryness.

  • A skin cleanser, with a pH level slightly higher than 5.5, will remove the oil and dirt from the skin. Soap has a
    pH level between 9 and 12. This is too high if you want to keep your skin moisturized. On the other hand,
    cleansers should also not have a pH level which is too low because then it won’t remove the dirt.
    Therefore, look for cleansers that are soap-free with balanced pH levels

  • AN: Follow for more tips and beauty tricks.stay tuned for part 3: Skin Care for Different
    Skin Types


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