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Skin Concerns

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    Acne: also known as acne, is an inflammatory skin disease caused by lesions of hair follicles and sebaceous glands

    · non-inflammatory skin lesions
    Whiteheads: Closed acne is a type of acne, and it can also be regarded as the predecessor of acne. It is caused by clogged pores, excessive oil secretion, and the proliferation of Propionibacterium acnes.
    Blackheads: Open comedones are commonly known as blackheads. The pores are open and the skin oil is oxidized in the air.

    · Inflammatory skin lesions
    Papules: red pimples without pus
    Pustules: Pustules
    Cyst nodules: large and hard, painful to press, long and deep, belonging to dermis infection

    Occurrence mechanism
    · Excessive oil secretion
    · Blocked hair follicle
    · Microbial flora disturbance
    · Immune cell response clears germs, resulting in inflammatory response

    Cause of formation
    · Genetic factors
    · Irregular life
    · Climate impact
    · Digestive system problems
    · Endocrine disorders
    · Hair follicle changes
    · Dehydrated skin
    · Skin texture
    · Accumulation of toxins in the body
    · Excess sebum secretion
    · High pressure

    Acne site
    Hairline acne: unclean makeup, clogged pores, thick cuticles
    Forehead acne: staying up late for a long time, irregular work and rest, excessive liver toxins
    Eyebrows: People with chest tightness, weakened heart pressure, and easy heart palpitations
    Temple Acne: Missing makeup remover, eating too much processed food, clogging the gallbladder
    Side acne: Overburdened liver, poor lymphatic circulation
    Nasal acne: indigestion, stomach fire, frequent constipation
    Cheek Acne: Poor blood detoxification, lung inflammation
    Acne around the lips: Excessive toxins in the body, frequent constipation, enteric fever
    Chin acne: strong hormone secretion in the body, endocrine disorders, common before and after menstruation



    Sebum (large oil field): The “gloss” on the skin surface mainly refers to sebum, which is secreted by the sebaceous glands to the skin surface to form a layer of film, which is the “oil” we usually see

    Causes of oily skin
    1. Due to the development of sebaceous glands, temperature, sex hormone levels, dietary habits (like spicy, greasy), etc., the secretion of facial oil is exuberant, exceeding the oil required by the skin
    Usually manifested as: T-zone or whole face oily, large pores, closed blackheads, skin acne, rough skin

    2. Due to the damaged skin barrier, the skin cannot lock in the moisture and nutrients it should have. In order to retain the moisture in the skin, the sebaceous glands try to retain the moisture on the face by secreting more oil

    Disadvantages of oily skin
    Large pores
    Dark yellow complexion
    Blackheads, closed mouth
    Take off makeup

    Oily skin benefits
    Not easy to grow wrinkles
    Skin is not easy to dry
    Less prone to allergies



    Dull skin: melanin deposition

    Chemical damage: Harmful chemicals such as lead and mercury contained in low-quality skin care products can also cause pigmentation on the skin
    · Stop inferior skin care products
    · Repair in time
    · Pay attention to sun protection
    · put your mind at ease

    Sun exposure type: Inadequate sun protection will lead to the deposition of melanin on the skin, which will cause the skin to become dull
    · Wear sunscreen when going out
    · apply sunscreen
    · Use physical sunscreen

    Dehydrated skin type: If the skin is dehydrated and dry, and the moisture content is insufficient for a long time, it will also make the skin look dull and dull
    · Strengthen moisturizing and maintenance
    · Use moisturizing care products
    · Drink more water
    · Vitamin supplement
    · Carry a moisturizing spray with you

    Accumulation of old keratin: If the stratum corneum is too thick and cannot be metabolized normally, it will accumulate on the surface of the skin, making it difficult for melanin to metabolize
    · Exfoliate regularly to avoid dullness caused by old dead skin cells
    · Photosensitive food: Photosensitive vegetables contain high levels of metal elements such as zinc, iron, copper, etc., which can easily lead to darkening of the skin
    · Usually stay away from lemon, carrot, papaya, celery, lettuce, coriander, rape, fig



    Depressed scars: Atrophy of the scar itself or loss of tissue beneath the scar, causing the tissue to fail to repair to its original capacity, forming a depression
    Performance: The scar surface is significantly lower than the surrounding normal skin
    Often occurs in: acne, infection, trauma, surgery, etc.

    Raised scars: During the repair process of scars, collagen increases significantly, exceeding the amount of collagen absorbed, forming bumps
    Performance: Most of them are related to physical constitution, often with family history

    Hypertrophic scar: a scar formed on the basis of an injured wound, the scar is the same size but increases in thickness
    Keloid: Exceeding or even far beyond the range of previous injuries, accompanied by increased thickness and range, with red bumps, hard texture, smooth surface, may be accompanied by pain and itching, and keloids may expand outward in a crab-like shape
    Often occurs in: fibroblast proliferative lesions in the dermis of the skin after burns, trauma, surgery, and repeated infections

    Healing scars: caused by mild abrasions or superficial burns on the superficial surface of the skin, starting pink in color and then gradually turning red
    Appearance: rough surface, or pigment changes
    Often occurs in: abrasions, superficial abrasions and burns

    Spontaneous keloids: no obvious predisposing factor
    Manifestation: The induration of the skin gradually grows, the edge is irregular, and it expands outward, forming a crab-like or centipede-like, butterfly-like, round shape, hard, dark red or light red, consciously itching, labor pains
    Commonly found in: auricle, shoulder deltoid, jaw, upper back

    Secondary keloids (proliferative): skin burns, infections, trauma, trauma resulting in excessive proliferation of damaged tissue and degeneration of subcutaneous tissue
    Manifestation: red or dark red accompanied by pain and itching, some capillaries extending outward obviously
    Often occurs in: laser, mole removal, eyebrow washing, ear piercing, vaccination, surgical skin grafting, caesarean section and other surgeries caused by scar hyperplasia

    Acne scars
    Red acne scars: red spots caused by telangiectasia caused by acne breakouts. After the acne subsides, the blood vessels will not shrink immediately, resulting in red scars.
    Black acne marks: The red acne marks are not treated in time, and the skin tissue is destroyed when acne occurs, resulting in melanin precipitation
    Acne pits: Inflammation leads to serious damage to the dermis, and the pits caused by unsuccessful repairs
    Hypertrophic acne scars: Inflammation leads to damage to the dermis, and the body’s self-healing excess causes bulges

    Stretch marks
    Under the guidance of hormones during pregnancy and rapid local skin proliferation, skin fibers are broken, showing red, white or purple stripes, in addition to the abdomen, it will also appear on the knees, buttocks, lumbosacral and other parts

    Growth lines
    The rapid growth of height in the developmental stage makes the body appear on the back waist and knee joints

    Obesity lines
    The lines that appear on the skin when you gain weight and gain weight in a short period of time are both horizontal and vertical, and most of them are concentrated in the parts with thicker fat.

    Skin Damage

    Skin Damage

    Skin damage: Most of them are caused by the severe damage to the stratum corneum function of sebum, and some are caused by excessive use of cosmetics, or excessive use of keratin exfoliants, resulting in certain damage to the stratum corneum.
    Damaged skin barrier: usually causes the skin to be in a state of hyper-responsiveness, with clear subjective symptoms such as burning, tingling, itching, tightness, etc., which may be accompanied by some clear objective symptoms, such as erythema, scaling and telangiectasia.

    Skin barrier function
    · Protection and isolation of harmful substances
    · Protection from various external stimuli
    · Buffer external acid and alkali damage
    · Defend against external irritants
    · Reduce skin moisture loss
    · Reduce nutrient loss

    Skin damage manifestations
    · Dehydration and peeling: After washing your face, your skin feels tight, dry, and even flaky. This is because the skin barrier is damaged, resulting in a significant decrease in the skin’s ability to lock in moisture.
    · Sensitive intolerance: Skin care products that were used normally before have become intolerable now, causing tingling, itching and redness on the face
    · Susceptible to irritation: The perception of the surrounding environment will be stronger, and in high temperature environment, there will be discomfort such as tingling, itching and burning
    · Red blood on the skin: The stratum corneum becomes thinner, and redness appears on the face, mainly on both sides of the cheeks
    · Rash: Unprovoked redness, prone to rashes, and even some skin diseases, such as seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, etc.

    Causes of skin damage
    · Over cleaning
    · Long-term makeup remover
    · Dehydrated skin
    · UV
    · Abuse of hormone-based products

    Skin repair strategy
    · Gentle cleaning
    · Subtractive Skin Care
    · Sunscreen
    · Moisturizing
    · Repair

    Dark Spots/Pigmentation


    Dark spots (dark spots): Also known as pigmented spots, it is a common pigmentation disease. When the human liver or kidneys are not functioning properly and they are exposed to too much ultraviolet light, dark spots are easily formed on the face.
    Cause of formation
    · Congenital inheritance: congenital mostly black, blue-black birthmarks
    · Acquired formation: mainly caused by ultraviolet rays, cosmetic lead and mercury metal poisoning, wounds, and life pressure

    Pigmentation: It is the pigmentation changes of different colors, different ranges and different shades of human skin due to various reasons. Pigments are divided into two categories, one is the pigment produced by the human body itself, and the other is exogenous pigment.
    · Pigment produced by the human body: melanin is produced in the skin itself, with different shades and different hues. The epidermis is commonly black and brown, and the dermis is gray-blue.
    · Exogenous pigments: such as (carrot blood), drugs (such as Adipine can cause yellow skin, etc.) and heavy metals (such as arsenic, bismuth, silver and other deposition diseases) and coloration caused by foreign bodies, such as tattoos, sediment, Skin deposition of iron slag, cinder, etc.

    Cause of formation
    After the above reasons and other substances stimulate, the skin pigment is deposited, and part of it falls off with the stratum corneum; part is deposited in the bottom layer and excreted through the blood circulation. Once the above functions are out of order, pigmentation will be formed.

    · Ota nevus: gray-blue or dark-brown spots appear on the upper half of one side, and even gray-blue spots on the sclera of the eyeball, with pigment deep into the dermis
    · Freckles: Scattered brown dotted pigmentation spots on the face, especially the nose and cheeks, the most common, genetically related, sun exposure can promote and aggravate the disease
    · Age spots, seborrheic keratosis: Hazel or dark brown spots or plaques that appear on sun-exposed areas (face, back of hands, etc.) in the elderly
    · Coffee spots: coffee-colored spots scattered over the face or trunk
    · Chloasma : a yellowish-brown pigmented spot limited primarily to the cheeks and forehead, common in healthy women, and can occur from adolescence to menopause
    · Zygomatic brown-cyan: The black-gray spots on the cheeks, eyelids, and bridge of the nose are symmetrically distributed pigmentation that begins to appear in young and middle-aged people, with several to dozens scattered.
    · Black moles: mostly occurring in children or adolescence, yellowish-brown or black spots or macules of varying sizes, which can be distributed on the face
    · Artificial pigments: tattoos, eyebrows, eyeliner, lips or scratches Stains: caused by various pigments penetrating the skin

    Fine Lines/Wrinkles


    Wrinkles: refers to the small fine lines and wrinkles formed by the skin affected by the external environment, forming free white radicals, free radicals destroying collagen, active substances in normal cell membrane tissue, and oxidizing cells

    · Dry Wrinkles: False wrinkles that appear due to dehydration and dryness of the skin
    Measures: Strengthen moisturizing work

    · Fine Lines: Aging in the superficial dermis can cause temporary lines
    Measures: Choose items that act on the dermis of the skin while moisturizing daily

    · Static wrinkles: the aging of the deep dermis, collagen will be reduced, elastic fibers will be broken, tear grooves, nasolabial lines, puppet lines, etc. are more obvious on the face
    Measures: stimulate collagen regeneration, local refinement and anti-aging

    · Dynamic wrinkles: wrinkles that appear when you make expressions
    Measures: partially block nerve transmission of muscle contraction information, ease muscle contraction caused by making expressions, and then inhibit and improve dynamic wrinkles

    · sun protection
    Prevention: nasolabial lines, mouth lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet

    · Do a good job of expression management, do not frown frequently, and reduce epidermal skin pulling
    Prevention: crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, eyebrow wrinkles, nasolabial wrinkles

    · maintain hydration
    Dry eye lines, fine lines, crow’s feet, facial fine lines, forehead lines

    · Guaranteed sleep quality
    Eye lines, nasolabial folds, tear trough



    Dehydrated skin: Temporary and repeated skin dehydration caused by the skin condition and environment, the barrier is damaged, the stratum corneum is destroyed, the skin is dehydrated, and it reacts to skin care products that replenish water
    Reason: Usually mainly due to the lack of water in the body, coupled with environmental factors, the skin loses water. Sunlight, dry and hot climate, prolonged air conditioning, poor diet and rest
    · Sudden sensitive skin
    · Prone to fine lines and wrinkles
    · Dark circles, sunken eyes
    · Skin feels oily and dry
    · Tight, itchy skin
    · Lack of radiance and dull skin

    Dry skin: hereditary caused by skin type genes, born with fewer sebaceous glands, less sebum secretion, thin skin stratum corneum, and lack of oil on the skin, and responds to oil-supplemented skin care products
    Reason: Mainly caused by genetic factors, age factors, lack or inactivity of sebaceous glands, too little sebum secretion to maintain moisture in the skin, excessive water loss through the skin
    · Frequent flaky skin
    · Redness and itching easily
    · Almost invisible pores
    · Dry skin on the rest of the body
    · Dull complexion and lack of radiance
    · Skin is barely oily



    Facial redness: refers to a skin disease caused by dilation of blood capillaries in the face
    · Long-term topical corticosteroid use
    · Large temperature difference, prone to redness and heat
    · Unstable skin care during seasonal changes
    · Thin skin with obvious redness
    · Damaged skin barrier
    · Inappropriate or incorrect skin care, such as acid brushing, morning C and night A

    · Acne skin redness: Oil clogs pores, causing frequent acne breakouts and localized redness
    · Sensitive redness: The skin barrier is damaged, the skin is more likely to receive external stimulation and erosion, the skin is intolerant, and it is more likely to appear redness after being stimulated
    · Damaged redness: After using functional skin care products, the skin barrier is damaged, and external objects contact the skin, resulting in skin redness.
    · Seasonal redness: When the seasons change, the skin condition is unstable and the skin is intolerable, which often accompanies the continuous redness during the changing seasons.
    · Redness from the sun: high temperature, ultraviolet radiation accelerates water loss, and the skin barrier is fragile, resulting in exploding skin redness

    · Repair skin barrier and redness, avoid exfoliation, simplify skin care, take daily sun protection measures, and use hard sun protection, such as umbrellas, sun hats, masks, etc.
    · For allergy relief, avoid harsh products and use products that contain restorative ingredients such as ceramides, squalane, and vitamin B5
    · Do a good job of basic moisturizing and hydrating, and do not apply mask frequently and change skin care products frequently

    Sensitive skin: Mainly refers to the skin contact with a small or trace amount of external irritants or allergies, there will be intolerance and discomfort, such as erythema, edema, itching, pain, scaling, etc.

    Reason: The barrier function of the skin is damaged or destroyed, which is usually caused by external stimuli, resulting in damage to the outermost sebum membrane of the skin and a decrease in skin resistance. It does not function as a normal protective barrier.
    · External reasons: skin cells are damaged and the skin’s immunity is weakened. The thinning of the stratum corneum leads to insufficient moisture of the skin, and ultimately the skin’s barrier function is too weak to resist external stimuli.
    · Internal reasons: The nerve fibers of the skin are too excited due to frequent external stimuli, which are prone to discomfort such as redness, fever, itching, tingling, rash, etc. This type is usually due to the skin’s exposure to hormones. product

    · Contact sensitive skin: Sensitive symptoms, redness and irritation after using cosmetics
    · Environmentally irritated sensitive skin: thin stratum corneum, acne breakouts, redness and stinging, common in fair, dry and thin skin
    · Redness Sensitive Skin: Thin skin, telangiectasia, prone to redness and burning sensation

    · Very susceptible to external irritation and skin redness, heat, itching, tingling, etc.
    · I have a lot of unexplained pimples suddenly appearing on my face, and all the anti-acne products are ineffective
    · Along with the distress of uneven skin tone, the inflammation fades and it is very easy to leave scratches or dark spots
    · Thin skin, thin and incomplete stratum corneum, very easy to flake
    · Poor water-locking ability, tight and dry skin
    · Severe swelling and rash

    · Gentle cleansing
    · Moisturizing
    · Pay attention to sun protection

    Signs of Ageing

    Signs of Ageing

    Skin aging: wrinkles, spots, loss of skin elasticity and moisture loss, mainly including natural aging, photoaging, skin oxidation, skin glycation, etc.

    Natural Aging: Aging is a natural law and cannot be avoided
    · Don’t over-skin
    · Pay attention to sun protection
    · The taste can’t be heavy
    · Exercise can not be less
    · Collagen supplement
    · Balanced diet
    · Don’t stay up late

    Photoaging: UV rays in sunlight can cause skin erythema and delayed hyperpigmentation, disrupt the skin’s ability to retain moisture, and make the skin rough and wrinkled
    · Avoid sun exposure
    · Use sunscreen daily
    · Do physical occlusion

    Skin oxidation: The metabolic process in the body will produce oxidative free radicals Excessive free radicals will damage the body, lead to cell differentiation and accelerate aging
    · Antioxidants can be obtained from food

    Skin glycation: Sugar destroys healthy protein structure, which causes collagen fibers, elastic fibers in the dermis to age and lose elasticity
    · Reduce sugar intake and choose practical GI foods

    Skin manifestations
    · Eye bags: Collagen loss, loose skin around the eyes, and insufficient support to form eye bags
    · Sagging eyelids: As the forehead ages, sagging skin moves down to form droopy eyelids
    · Disappearing apple muscle: Collagen loss, soft tissue thinning in the cheekbones
    · Nasolabial folds: Irregular living routine or improper maintenance, exaggerated facial expressions
    · V face becomes U face: Mandibular wattle and neck slack to form turkey neck

    Eye Area

    Eye Area

    Eye aging: because the skin of the eye is only 0.33-0.36 mm. It is 1/5 of the thickness of the face and the thinnest part of the human body, so the eyes will be more sensitive and easily fatigued, making the eyes the first place where the human body ages
    Eye puffiness: edema of the lower eyelid, sagging, sagging skin
    Dark circles: The most common reason is staying up late. In addition, genetics, dermatitis, allergies, deep tear troughs, and lack of sun protection can cause dark circles
    · Pigmented dark circles: pigmentation around the eyes, brown, coffee
    Causes of formation: improper sun protection, incomplete makeup removal, frequent rubbing of the eyes, resulting in pigmentation around the eyes
    · Vascular dark circles: poor blood circulation, cyan, dark purple
    Causes of formation: Bad habits such as staying up late, overusing the eyes, smoking and drinking alcohol cause blood vessel blockage and poor circulation
    · Structural dark circles: Raised eye bags and sunken tear troughs create shadows that appear black
    Cause of formation: eye bags and tear troughs form a shadow effect of “mountains and valleys” under the illumination of light

    Eye bags: A bag-like phenomenon formed by the thinning of the subcutaneous tissue, muscles and orbital diaphragm at the skin of the eyelid, which sag and protrude
    · It is related to the aging and relaxation of the skin. It feels like a lot of fatty tissue accumulation, which cannot be covered by makeup.

    Fine lines on the eyes: fine lines at the corners of the eyes are mainly due to ultraviolet radiation, skin aging, external stimuli and bad living habits.
    · Dry lines (18+): dry skin around the eyes and often exaggerated expressions
    · Cross-haired (25+): aging skin around the eyes, loss of collagen
    · Crow’s feet (30+): Collagen loss, relaxation and aging

    Tear trough: a depression in the skin that extends from the inner corner of the eye to the lower eyelid area
    · Generally arc-shaped, less subcutaneous adipose tissue, firm to the touch, tired around the eyes, loss of collagen

    Lip Area(Dullness、Lip Lines、Dehydration/Dryness)


    Features of lip skin: The cuticle of the lips is very thin, only about 1/3 of the cuticle of the normal skin, which is more sensitive and fragile than the skin of the body. The skin of the lips has no sebaceous glands and sweat glands, and oil and sweat are natural moisturizing agents of the skin.

    Healthy lips
    · Pale pink lips
    · Moisturize the skin
    · Tender and soft

    · Dullness around lips: frequent licking of the lips, excessively thick cuticles around the lips, incomplete sunscreen and makeup removal, resulting in melanin precipitation
    · Obvious lip lines: Natural lip lines are obvious, lips are dry and dehydrated, lip skin is aging and sagging
    · Dry and peeling lips: dry and dehydrated, frequent licking of lips, lack of vitamin C
    · White lips: anemia, lack of qi and blood, congenital light lip color



    Three stages of sunburn
    · Initially red and hot skin
    · In the middle stage, the skin has burning and tingling sensation, and the feeling of lack of water and tightness is obvious
    · In the later stage, some people peeled immediately after sunburn, and some people peeled slowly after the initial and middle stages

    Degree of sunburn
    · Mild sunburn: slight redness and hotness of the skin, some pain or itching
    · Moderate sunburn: red, hot, itchy, painful, and possibly blistered skin
    · Moderate sunburn: intense pain, redness, peeling, or even large blisters, or fever and discomfort

    Sun repair
    · Within 2 hours after sun exposure: soothing spray/cold towel to cool down
    · 3-6h after sun exposure: use moisturizing cosmetics to wet compress, do not use whitening products
    · 48 hours after sun exposure: Apply high moisturizing lotion to the whole face + sunburned areas to help the skin lock in moisture, do not peel and exfoliate, and do not use high concentration of salicylic acid products
    · 72h after sun exposure: At this time, you can focus on whitening and brightening, remove melanin on the already stable skin, and then use products that inhibit melanin production and whiten the skin. The ingredients should also be mild and non-irritating.



    Pore: refers to the opening of the hair follicle, which refers to the pore-like structure exposed on the grain surface of the skin or leather after the hair root is removed, and is the common opening of the hair follicle and the sebaceous gland.
    Clogged pores: When there is too much oil inside the skin and it cannot be unclogged, the pores will swell, and the combination of oil and keratin in the pores will cause the pores to be blocked.

    · Skin aging
    · Excessive oil secretion
    · Keratin metabolism is slow
    · Dryness

    External cause
    · Cleansing is not clean
    · Environmental pollution
    · UV
    · Stay up
    · Improper use of skin care products

    · The nutrients of skin care products are not easily absorbed: once the pores are blocked, the absorption effect of skin care products, essences and nutrient solutions applied every day will be halved
    · Dehydrated skin: Clogged pores will indirectly lead to dry skin and dehydration. Dry skin and dehydration will start to cause a series of skin problems, such as dry itching, tingling, and fine lines.
    · Large pores: clogged pores, a lot of bacteria, dust, toxins and garbage are left near the pores, bacteria breed, pores are getting bigger and bigger
    · Long closed acne: Daily cleaning is not thorough, the pores are blocked by a lot of oil, toxins, and residues, it is easy to get stuffy acne for a long time, and acne

    Multiple population
    · Teenager
    · People with oily and combination skin
    · People who do not completely remove makeup

    Large pores: The skin begins to sag after large pores, aggravating the aging of the skin

    Keratinous enlarged pores: The face is dull and the pores look dirty. Due to the waste keratin of the skin, it cannot be metabolized normally, and it accumulates in the pores and mixes with oil to block the pores, thereby expanding the pores.
    · Black or beige round, pore-shaped acne protrusions
    · T zone

    Aging type of large pores: the skin is sagging and sagging, the collagen is lost, the skin loses the support of collagen fibers and becomes sunken
    · Showing drop-shaped pores
    · On both sides of cheeks, at the nasolabial folds

    Water-deficient type of large pores: The skin is dehydrated for a long time, causing the cells to dry up, the pores lack support, and the gaps will become larger. The skin is very similar to the dried orange peel, and the skin is easy to dry and turn red.
    · Oval-shaped transverse pores are large, and muscle lines are obvious at the same time
    · Double cheeks near the nose

    Oily type of large pores: various external factors or oily skin lead to excessive oil production on the skin, which is easy to block the pores, and then enlarge the pores, resulting in blackheads and white hair, which most often occurs on acne-prone skin or oily skin
    · Pores are round and the skin is yellow and dull
    · Common locations T-zone and sides of cheeks

    Skin type

    Skin type

    Dry skin
    · Skin characteristics: small pores, tight skin, dull skin, easy to dry and peeling in changing seasons, easy to develop dry lines and fine lines, makeup card powder
    · T zone dry, U zone dry

    Oily skin
    · Skin characteristics: The surface of the skin is often oily, the pores are large, acne is often formed, the blackheads on the nose are more obvious, and it is easy to remove makeup
    · T-zone, U-zone, chin oil

    Normal skin
    · Skin characteristics: looks smooth, delicate, supple, balanced oil and moisture secretion, elastic skin, fine pores, not easy to grow acne

    Sensitive skin
    · Skin characteristics: red cheeks, prone to allergies

    Combination dry skin
    · Skin characteristics: fine pores on the cheeks, large pores in the T-zone, long blackheads and closed mouths, easy peeling and long dry lines in the U-zone
    · T-zone oil, U-zone dry

    Combination oily skin
    · Skin characteristics: easy to peel in autumn and winter, pores are only obvious in the oily area, small acne often occurs on the jaw, and the skin oil secretion is unbalanced
    · Oily in T zone, oily in U zone