As a leader in revolutionary Stem Cell Skin Care, RxGenesys takes an active interest in promoting holistic and sustainable skin health. In addition to providing fast-acting and effective Stem Cell Skin Care Products, we’re happy to provide informative guides and resources regarding your precious skin.
Today, we’re highlighting how to recognize the five main skin types almost everyone experiences but may not be able to identify. This can go a long way towards recognizing and treating any unique skin problems.
Oily skin is shiny skin, especially in the T-zone (from the forehead, down the nose to the chin). You may have enlarged pores, and you may be prone to blackheads and breakouts due to the overproduction of the sebaceous (oil-producing) glands. The good thing about oily skin is it ages better than dry skin because the oils keep the skin plump allowing fewer wrinkles to form. Many young women have oily skin but as they age, they may find their skin becomes more dry, especially after age 35.
Most women have combination, or “normal,” skin. Combination skin means you may have a slightly oily T-zone and drier cheeks with dry patchy spots here and there. You may also have larger pores on your cheeks and possibly your forehead. This skin type has medium pores, a smooth and even texture, good circulation and a healthy color.
Dry skin feels tight, especially after cleansing. You have a tendency towards fine wrinkles, flaking and red patches. In women of color, skin may appear ashy or dull from dead skin buildup.
Sensitive skin tends to be thin, and delicate with fine pores. If you are easily irritated by the sun, certain cosmetic products and if you are prone to redness, itchy patches or blotchy skin, you likely have sensitive skin.
Aging or Sun-damaged Skin
This skin also feels tight with visible wrinkles, slack skin tone — especially around the cheeks and jawline — with leathery texture and broken capillaries.
Issues like these are why RxGenesys is so passionate about our Stem Cell Skin Products and their ability to improve your skin’s condition and appearance. To learn more, call us at 855.792.3288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.