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Combination Skin

It is typical for combination skin that the T-zone area, i.e. the forehead, nose and chin area, is prone to increased sebum production and thus to oily skin and impurities. The cheek area, on the other hand, tends to show normal or dry skin. Especially in winter, combination skin tends to be dry and in summer it tends to be excessively shiny. Other typical features for combination skin are enlarged pores and feelings of tension.

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Blemished Skin

Blemished skin is classified as one of the oily skin types. This makes it greasier than, for example, normal or dry skin. This is often manifested in a slightly oily film on the skin surface, which is caused by excessive sebum production. Since sebum production is disturbed in impure skin, blackheads and pimples easily develop. These irritations are unpleasant and often associated with pain. 

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Normal Skin

Normal skin is also referred to as Euderma. It is virtually the optimal skin appearance and perfectly healthy. In fact, normal skin is relatively rare. Learn more about the structure of your skin and how you can best care for it from the outside and inside.

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Sensitive Skin

How to be sure if you have sensitive skin? Sensitive skin is highly susceptible to a wide variety of influences. For example, if you change your face cream, redness or itching will immediately appear on sensitive skin. But the same thing happens here after sunbathing or the influence of cold weather. 

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Dry Skin

Dry skin manifests itself mainly through feelings of tension or dry patches, feeling rough and itchy. Feelings of tension or dry patches can occur at any time. This is the case, for example, in the cold or after a long sunbath. However, this does not mean that you automatically have dry skin. Only if the mentioned characteristics are of permanent condition, you have dry or even very dry skin. In contrast to normal skin, in dry skin the natural oil and moisture regulation of the skin is disturbed. 

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Mature Skin

As we grow older, the skin's own regeneration process slows down. In fact, however, the process of "getting older" does not only start when the first wrinkles are visible. In fact, skin aging begins as early as the age of 25. From this point on, the skin is no longer able to retain moisture as well. The formation of new skin cells and the production of collagen decreases. In addition, the skin, or rather the top layer (epidermis), becomes thinner and flabbier. In most cases, the first fine wrinkles then appear from the age of 30.

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