Skin Type Beauty Normal Skin Type Normal skin is soft, fine textured, soft and flexible. If you are lucky enough to possess this skin type, the treasure is by using light and mild cleansing lotions and tonics and refreshing. Dry skin types Dry skin is usually thin and delicate and often flaky and prone to fine lines. Sometimes it feels tighter than it should. Extremely rich cream and fat are not good for him, to strangle the pores, often extending them and create an additional problem. Use light oils and lotions for moisturizing and choose herbal toners, which are mild and not too astringent. Try to restore the pH or acid-alkaline balance of the application of such things as cucumber juice or diluted vinegar so that the sebaceous glands are encouraged to function. In general, emollient and hydrating herbs (chamomile, comfrey, cowslip, elder flower, fennel, marshmallow, orange blossom, rose, violet) are best to use creams and toners for dry skin. But there is no fixed rule. Astringent herbs can be good for dry skin, for example, if blended with emollient herbs or oils and gels, and many herbs are suitable for all skin types. If the skin is sensitive and dry, see the notes on the sensitive skin below. Oily Skin Type Oily skin is shiny and thick in texture, often with large pores. That is prone to blackheads and blemishes. Do not use alcohol to reduce skin oil as it will only worsen the problem. Many herbal toners are used to reduce fat and tighten the pores (see list of suitable herbs below).

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