If we want to categorize the type of the skin, we can talk about dry, normal, oily and combination skin types, to which we can add the so-called sensitive skin type. Although professionals distinguish many other categories in skin diagnosis, we ourselves, at home, may still be able to easily classify our skin into one of these categories.
A simple definition of dry skin is that the skin loses moisture, and not able to reproduce it, becomes dehydrated. Due to the dehydration of keratin and epithelial layers, surface wrinkles appear and in the long run the biochemical processes in the skin cannot take place perfectly either.
Perhaps one of the most popular and accepted theories of aging is the free radical theory. This means the huge amount of free radicals causes skin problems, such as wrinkles, inelasticity, staining, so they are responsnible for almost all the external skin problems.
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In such hard, testing times, we have to try home made practices, to keep our beauty. On the other hand, identify our own skin type is always risky without help of our cosmetician. The world of creams, serums and ampullas are quite complex, without knowing exactly which type and what specifics we need to look for. But if you are in such circumstance, don’t be afraid to use basic practices that you are sure of. It can come in handy.