Normal skin is almost a perfect condition. Normal skin has good tone makes it smooth and supple, it has good blood circulation and is not sensitive. 

Normal skin is in almost a perfect condition. But normal skin also needs moisture and protection if it is to retain its healthy appearance. Normal skin can fluctuate and be a little dry or oily at times. Normal skin is usually blemish free with a good healthy pink glow to it.  A Normal Skin Type doesn't really need much care.  Maintanebce with exfoliation and moisture is it goal 

You will find your skin supple and smooth, with barely visible pores & a radiant complexion which is the best thing we could ever have.  

factors such as moisture content, sebum production, desquamation and keratinization are well balanced.

Normal skin has 

  • Normal or enlarged pore size

  • Even tone skin

  • Minimum blemishes

  • Healthy appearance

  • Good muscle tone

Food for normal skin types ,Did You Know?

Normal skin: Drink eight-10 glasses of water daily; hydration is key in maintaining a gorgeous complexion. Also, snacking on raw, unsalted almonds will give you a vitamin E boost and may help to keep your skin healthy and glowing! Green juices that are low in sugar can also help to reduce inflammation in the skin, keep you hydrated and your skin vibrant.

Foods are the building blocks that our bodies use to grow, develop, and repair. Healthy, plant-based foods provide the energy and nutrients to do so. Here are a few of the top foods to keep you looking young and your skin at its finest.


Almonds are packed with vitamin E, an antioxidant that defends against sun damage. Nuts also help us maintain healthy weight. Those who eat several servings a week are less likely to gain extra pounds.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are rich in omega 3 essential fatty acids that erase blemishes, soften wrinkles, and help keep the skin hydrated and supple.


Lycopene, the compound that gives tomatoes their rich color, is a powerful antioxidant that eliminates skin-aging free radicals from ultraviolet exposure. Fruits and vegetables rich in carotenoids also color our skin with a healthful glow.

Watermelon is a great source of hydration, hence the name, but also another good source of lycopene.

Sweet Potatoes
These orange tubers are packed with carotenoids and vitamin C which boost collagen production. Collagen controls the strength, firmness, and flexibility of the skin.

Citrus are another good source of vitamin C. Vitamin C also fights inflammation.


Red bell peppers contain more vitamin C than an orange, along with other antioxidants. The spicier peppers come packed with capsaicin, a compound that improves circulation and promotes the release of toxins from the skin.


Spinach is rich in foltate, a B vitamin that aids in the repair of DNA and may reduce the risk of skin cancer. Greens like spinach, kale, turnip greens, dandelion leaves, broccoli, and asparagus all are rich in vitamin A, iron, and vitamin K. Iron aids circulation by carrying vital oxygen while vitamin K may help prevent varicose veins.

Olive and Safflower Oils

The omega 6 fatty acids in these oils keep skin supple. Use them in moderation though as they are also calorie-dense.

Coconut Oil
Another oil that is great for skin both internally and externally. It provides some sun protection, fights bacteria, and helps soften skin

Sunflower Seeds
These seeds are rich in selenium which preserves elastin to keep skin smooth and tight. Selenium acts as an antioxidant too. Sunflower seeds also contain vitamin E which works well with selenium to enhance the effects of both.

These are another vitamin C rich fruit that may also lower the risks of skin cancer.

Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds contain zinc which can reduce the oily sebum that leads to clogged pores.


These roots are filled with vitamin A from carotenoids. Vitamin A prevents the overproduction of skin cells which can lead to clogged pores and skin cancer.

Dark Chocolate

The flavanols in chocolate act as antioxidants, provide sun protection, and reduce the roughness of skin for healthier appearance and feel.

Whole Grains

Whole grains are rich in B vitamins that assist cells in processing fats to hydrate and revitalize skin. The complex carbohydrates mixed with fiber in whole grains are digested and absorbed slowly and don’t create sugar spikes that contribute to acne. Refined and processed sugars do and should be avoided.

Apples contain quercetin, an antioxidant in the peel that protects against sun damage.


Protein is vital to the elasticity of your skin. You need a decent amount of balanced amino acids coming in each day. Plant-based protein powders, can make this as easy as enjoying a delicious smoothie.

Pure Esthetx Recommends the following products to treat  oily skin types:

Victoria Rose Collecion

Blueberry Soy Collection

The Chocolate Spa

Sweet Strawberry 

Neroli Serum

Orange Zest 

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