Adult acne is characterized by impurities on or below the skin surface, pimples, blackheads, irritation and redness of the skin.
It is mostly young people who get pimples, but adults can also get the problem. It is believed that it may be due to changes in hormone secretion during stress, menstruation and menopause. Even if you did not have impure skin as a young person, you may well experience pimples as an adult. Especially if you are a busy person who is affected by stress.
Up to the age of 40, 3% of men and 5% of women will continue to struggle with acne. Acne, which they never got rid of after their teens. In addition, many adults, due to various reasons, will develop acne again. The causes are mainly caused by our way of life today. Causes that have multiplied in recent decades. Among other things, pollution, stress, hormonal disorders and so on.
Normal skin is characterized by being firm and clear, there are no enlarged pores or lines / wrinkles, and no impurities are seen.
In addition, it is far easier to prevent than to combat skin problems. Therefore, remember to take care for your skin every day so that you avoid tedious skin problems what could easily have been avoided with a daily skin care routine. It will ensure you a beautiful skin many years in the future.
Normal skin is often neither very oily or not very dry. Therefore, many people think that they can do without creams, or that they should buy creams specifically for normal skin type – also called combination skin. That’s a misunderstanding. Choose skin care based on what your skin is most during the day – e.g. slightly greasy or slightly dry. You will always be more oily or drier during the day – choose skin care then.
Wrinkles, altered pigmentation and decreased firmness in the skin are signs of aging in the skin and can already occur while you are in your 20s.
Possibly your estrogen level has now dropped, maybe you have even reached menopause and it is something that affects the collagen layer so that the skin becomes thinner and drier. In addition, there is less water in the cells and the fat layer in the skin has disappeared.
Remember a good sunscreen when the sun’s rays peek out. The sun is bad for causing pigment changes and wrinkles, so a good suncream is important if you have the mature skin type.
Oily skin often tends to impurities and clogs, which can result in pimples and blackheads.
It is never fun to run around with oily skin, and always look like someone who is sweating or hot, but worst of all, oily skin can block skin pores, which can give you skin problems. Fortunately, there are a lot of good products that can help you get rid of oily, shiny and sticky skin. If you have oily skin, it does not help to wash your face several times during the day. Oily and shiny skin is due to an overproduction of fat in the skin, which you can not change by just washing it several times.
In fact, there is a high risk that you are just drying out the skin, which instead causes the skin to produce even more fat, which results in the skin becoming more oily if you wash your face too often.
Combined skin is characterized by the fact that the forehead, nose and chin often become shiny during the day and tend to impurities.
In reality, everyone’s skin is “combined” if you look at the definition completely square. We have a much greater tendency to produce more skin fat in the t-zone (forehead, nose, chin) than on the cheeks and under the eyes. A combination skin can be tricky to deal with because it is a “mix” of several skin types at once.
Often a combination skin will have tendencies to clogging the skin (ie pimples and blackheads), which especially appear in the forehead, at the nose and around the mouth and chin area.
Dry skin manifests itself in frayed skin, sensitivity and a sad skin surface on the forehead and on the cheeks or all over the face.
Dry skin is a type of skin and should not be confused with dehydrated skin which is a condition, although some of the characteristics are the same. Dehydration means that the skin lacks water while a dry skin lacks oil, and it is of course important to distinguish between. Dry skin can be characterized by looking dull and feeling dry and often rough to the touch.
Another characteristic of dry skin is that the pores of the skin are small and almost invisible. It may also have a tendency to peel and flake, and makeup may stick a little undressed on particularly dry areas.
Sensitive skin is experienced as redness, a dry and scaly skin surface or skin that seems irritated and flushed.
This is not a skin type you have all the time, It can be permanent but also come from time to time. Some of the things that can cause a sensitive skin can be: UV radiation, pollution, improper diet, inappropriate cosmetics, drugs and hereditary factors. Some sensitive skin types tolerate virtually nothing without reacting – while other sensitive skin types only react to certain cosmetic products or certain external / internal influences.
A skin condition is periodic and can change from day to day. It can be due to both external and internal influences, such as rays, wind, weather, smoking, medication, diet, hormonal changes, stress and illness. The skin conditions can affect all skin types, but can often be treated successfully.