WHAT DOES DRY SKIN MEAN?

Your skin needs you. Dry skin is also referred to as a low-fatty-acid skin condition. It is usually also called problem skin, sensitive or sensitive skin. A greatly reduced sebum production makes the protective hydrolipid film of your skin unstable, as the water-binding property of the sebum is missing. That’s why your dry skin is often fine-pored, thin, scaly and also rough. And because it is so thin, it is also very sensitive.

HOW DO YOU KNOW YOUR DRY SKIN?

Dry skin skin condition

Tip No 01: Avoid water

Less is definitely more here for your skin. Therefore, it is only enough to wash your skin in the evening before bed with a cleansing oil, for example. In the morning, a micellar water is enough.

Tip No 02: Use cold water.

Generally, the rule applies – don’t wash your skin with too hot water. But especially with your skin condition, warm water on the face should be avoided to best use cold water.

Tip No 03: Blend oil with your cream.

Oils that you integrat in your skin care can take over the function of the missing skin slet and can thereby support your protective film and place a supple film on your skin. Use our Everyday Face oil pure or drip 1-2 pairs of droplets into everyday day cream.

Tip No 04: Use UV protection

Sun dries out the skin. An already dry skin, reacts more strongly to the sun. Therefore, it is best to always use an SPF of at least 30 with rich ingredients.

Everyday Cleansing Oil

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LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR SKIN CONDITION.

You have dry skin, but it can be different? For example, sometimes very sensitive, irritated or impure? The causes of your skin condition can have many reasons. Above all, it is important that you then reach for the appropriate care.

Determine your current skin condition and we’ll tell you how best to help your skin.

Sensitive skin structure

Features: sensitive to new products, fast red, sun sensitive, cold sensitive

Skin structure & pores: fine pores, light skin tone

Complexion: matte, pale

More information about sensitive skin

Mature skin structure

Features: partly dry, scaly skin areas, sensitive, porcelain-like skin

Skin structure & pores: fine pores, hardly blackheads, rough, cracked in put

Complexion: matte, pale

More information about mature skin

Normal skin structure

Features: balanced, firm, clear, insensitive

Skin structure & pores: even, fine, velvety

Complexion: even, harmonious, fresh

More information about normal skin

Combination skin skin structure

Features: glossy T-zone, side parts normal to dry

Skin structure & pores: larger pores on the T-zone, blackheads and occasional pimples, dry, sometimes scaly spots in the cheek/ forehead/ eye area

Complexion: unbalanced, redness in the T-zone, pale-looking cheeks

More information about the combination skin

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