Caring for Your Skin

Finding the right products for your skin type

Different skin type and how to take care of them

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                             Combination Skin Type:

While most of us have combination skin to some degree since there are more sebaceous glands (glands that produce oil) around our nose than other areas of our face, this skin type experiences it to a larger degree. Your skin is marked by a consistently oily T-zone with dryness in other areas of the face.

How to care for it: This is the most common skin type, and people with combination skin should consider using different products for different areas of the face to keep the skin balanced. combination skin often experience dryness on the cheeks, making it important to find a moisturizer that is not too heavy but one substantial enough to retain moisture where needed most. For example, you may want to use a mild cleanser and moisturizer on your cheeks and a more stringent product on your T-zone to cut through the oil.

Pure Esthetx Recommends the following products for this skin type.

The Victorian Rose Collection                          Neroli Serum

Raspberry Eye Masque                                     Blackberry Serum

The Strawberry Cream Collection                        

The Orange Zest Collection                                  

The Great Pumpkin ( Seasonal)

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                          Normal Skin Type

Normal skin is not too dry or oily; it falls in that desirable in-between place. Your skin normally has an even tone and a soft texture with little flakiness. You may get an oily T-zone (the central area of your face including the chin, nose and the part of your forehead above your eyebrows) in hot weather, but generally this area is oil-free.

How to care for it: Lighter lotions and serums are ideal for your skin type because you don’t need much heavy product to keep your skin in balance.

Pure Esthetx Recommends the Following products for this skin type:

Normal skin types are not to difficult to care for and any one of our product collection will benefit this skin type

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                                      Sensitive Skin Type

Many people wrongly assume they have sensitive skin after one or two bad reactions to a product. However, it could be that the product just wasn’t a good mix with your skin or contained irritating ingredients. Truly sensitive skin is easily aggravated by most products and cleansers and usually experiences a low-level of irritation and discomfort at all times. It often breaks out and develops rashes and red spots. You may experience, stinging, swelling, flakiness and itching. Your skin also tends to flush red from the wind, cleansing or sun exposure. 

How to care for it: This is the most delicate skin type to care for. Find a skin care routine that works for you by performing patch tests on products before use to determine which products aggravate your skin and which ones keep it calm. Look for mild products without fragrance and harsh ingredients like alcohol and menthol. Avoid harsh scrubs that contain crushed walnuts, pumice or aluminum oxide crystals. Use lukewarm water, nothing too hot or too cold. Also avoid scrubbing mits and bar soaps.

Pure Esthetx Recommends the following products for this skin type.

The Pomegranate Collection            The Victorian Rose Collection

The Strawberry Cream Collection  

Neroli , Blackberry & Apple  Stem Cell Serum

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                                     Oily Skin type

People with oily skin tend to have larger pores and a shiny, thicker feeling complexion. Your skin produces more than enough oil, so hydration isn’t your issue. Rather, blackheads and pimples are a common problem with this skin type. If you still aren’t sure if you have oily skin, blot your face with a tissue and if oil stays behind, then you probably do.

How to care for it: Cleansing the face often and avoiding heavy creams and emollients is advised for minimizing the appearance of oil. Look for oil-free sunscreens and lotions as well so that you don’t inadvertently add more oil to your skin.

For the Oily Skin Type Pure Esthetx Recommends the following products:

The Apple C Hydration Collection         Neroli Serum 

The Orange Zest  Collection                  Blackberry Serum 

The Victorian Rose Collection                Glyco Derm

The Blueberry Soy Collection

The Strawberry Cream Collection  

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                                   Dry Skin Type

Small pores and an overall feeling of tightness characterize dry skin. Your skin often has more visible lines, less elasticity and a duller complexion. Sometimes people with dry skin will also experience flaking, but this isn’t always the case.

How to care for it:  If you have dry skin, use a gentle cleanser that doesn't have alcohol and has a natural fragrance. Those ingredients can dry your skin out even more. Gently wash your skin, then rinse with plenty of warm water. Don't use hot water because it removes the natural oils from your face faster. Try exfoliating once a week to get rid of flaky skin cells. It will make your skin look clearer and more even.

 

Moisture is key to caring for dry skin. Use lotions and rich creams to nourish your skin cells. If your skin feels dry but you still get breakouts, then you probably don’t truly have 100% dry skin. Rather, your skin may be feeling dry from the products you’re using. Try going without them for a few days and see if your skin improves. 

For the Dry Skin Type Pure Esthetx Recommends the following products:

Blueberry Soy Collection                  The Chocolate Spa

Strawberry Cream Collection           The Victorian Rose Collection

Blackberry Serum                             Nutritional Pumpkin Serum

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