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SkinThe skin is the most extensive organ of our body, its function is to act as protection against external factors, temperature and bacteria, as well as it is a great receiver of sensations through the nerve endings.
Taking care of the skin
The skin is composed of an outer layer called epidermis and an inner layer that is the dermis. Being a very delicate organ needs special care to protect it, and also show a healthy and spectacular skin. Among the basic care is cleaning, hydration, proper nutrition and massages to improve circulation.
Types of Skin
Oily skin: Oily skin is very common in adolescents due to hormonal changes and its characteristics are open pores, blackheads and pimples with pus, ie acne. It is recommended to reduce foods rich in saturated fats, increase consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables, and drink plenty of water. It is necessary to wash the skin with a special soap. Grains should not be handled as infections and skin marks occur.
Dry skin: This type of skin usually has a brittle appearance, wrinkles more easily, so it should always be moist. The consumption of yeast, Wheat Germ, Vitamin A, E and B, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables is recommended. It is very important to apply a sunscreen and protect from sudden changes in temperature, to avoid cracked skin, which is a common problem on face, skin and hands, as well as eczema and psoriasis. Natural masks are very beneficial for dry skin.
Skin with spots: Many spots have hormonal causes and can disappear by themselves, other times they are scars or spots with pigments, birthmarks, burns or wounds, but most spots are caused by prolonged and constant exposure to the sun , causing dryness, premature wrinkles and blemishes. Vitamins C, E and F and fatty acids are very beneficial to restore this type of skin.
Sensitive Skin: Usually its texture is delicate and fine, so it irritates easily. The makeup for this type of skin must be natural, since the chemical substances of cosmetics, perfumes, or detergents can redden and irritate, often associated with allergic tendencies.