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  • 1. SKIN CARE MADE EASY
  • 2. THE SKIN
    The body’s largest organ
    • Our skin is alive, responds and changes to external stimulae.
    • Its delicate balance needs to be cared for
    • To maintain beautiful and healthy skin and slow down its ageing process, it must be supplemented and protected
    The skin of our body has a surface area of nearly 2 square metres.
  • 3. THE SKIN
    Main functions
    • Protection
    • Heat control
    • Insulation
    • Perception
    • Absorption
    The skin is a very effective barrier against the outside world thanks to its ingenious protective mechanisms.
  • 4. THE SKIN
    Epidermis – The structure of the skin
    Epidermis
    • Protection and cell renewal
    • Takes approx. 28 days to renew the cells of the skin
    We lose around 1 gram of dead skin cells every day, nearly a pound per year, and around 27 kilos in a
    lifetime.
  • 5. THE SKIN
    Dermis – The structure of the skin
    Dermis
    • Skin structure made up of- Elastin (to make the skin elastic and supple) - Collagen (to firm the skin)
    • Contains nerves and blood vessels
    • Contains sebaceous and sweat glands
    • Water reserve of the skin
    70% of the human body is made up of water!
  • 6. THE SKIN
    Hypodermis – The structure of the skin
    Hypodermis
    • It’s the energy reserve of the skin
    • It’s the shock absorber
    • Regulates body temperature
    The hills and valleys of the hypodermis give the skin its characteristic appearance – cellulitis, buttocks, etc.
  • 7. Skin
    types
    • Oily
    • Combination
    • Dry
    As we grow older our skin usually follows this route:
    Oily Combination Dry
    People’s skin type changes with the season and therefore the skin care routine has to be adapted accordingly.
  • 8. Oily skin – too much sebum
    Visual Appearance
    • Thick skin; looks dull
    • Often shiny
    • Open pores
    And
    • Pimples, spots, blackheads, whiteheads
    • Acne problems
    • Skin feels dirty easily, especially in polluted areas
    • Make-up doesn’t stay on very well
    But
    • Wrinkles appear later
    • Less prone to dehydration
    Need
    Reduce sebum production and add moisture
    SKIN TYPES
  • 9. Taking care of oily skin
    Cleansing
    • Gentle cleansing products with actives for oily
    skin. Especially mild gels that wash off with water
    Toning:
    • Adapted toning lotions with specific active
    ingredients for oily skin to close the pores and reduce secretion of sebum
    Treating and Protecting:
    • Mattifying and treating light lotions and gel
    creams that reduce the production of sebum
    Specific Treatments
    • Once or twice a week use a scrub for oily skin to remove blackheads as well as an absorbing and purifying mask.
    SKIN TYPES
  • 10. Combination skin – oily and dry areas
    Visual Appearance
    • Oily T-zone
    • Dry cheeks
    And
    • Enlarged pores and oily T-zone
    • Dry, flaky cheeks
    Need
    Balance out sebum production and use
    moisture-retaining products
    SKIN TYPES
  • 11. Taking care of combination skin
    Cleansing
    • Gentle cleansing products with actives for
    combination skin that wash off with water
    Toning:
    • With specific active ingredients for combination skin to close the pores and moisturise dry areas
    Treating and Protecting:
    • Light gel creams that hydrate without adding
    extra oil
    Specific Treatments
    • Weekly scrub targeting T-zone and moisturising mask for dry areas
    SKIN TYPES
  • 12. Dry skin – lack of sebum
    Visual Appearance
    • Small, closed pores
    • Skin “smooth” or “peach-like”
    • Make-up stays on very well
    • Skin feels tight after cleansing with water
    • Skin is not shiny
    But
    • Early wrinkles
    • Prone to redness, Erythrosis
    • Easily dehydrated
    Need
    Intense nourishment and hydration
    SKIN TYPES
  • 13. Taking care of dry skin
    Cleansing
    • Never with soap. Always with a moisturising cleansing milk or soap free gel
    Toning:
    • Use a toner without alcohol after cleansing to close the pores and firm the skin
    • Never rub the skin as it might cause irritation
    Treating and Protecting:
    • Use nourishing creams regularly day and night, all year round
    • Use intense hydration creams
    Specific Treatments
    • Every week, use a scrub for dry skin and hydrate with masks and serums
    SKIN TYPES
  • 14. Sensitive skin – a skin condition that can be occasional, permanent or pathological
    Visual Appearance
    • Redness, flush, sensations of heat
    • Irritated, itchiness
    • Pimples, granular appearance
    What happens:
    1. Appearance; Immediate sensitivity: redness,
    sensation of heat, sudden itchiness
    2. Recession: Symptoms disappear more or less quickly
    3. Sedation: After 2-3 days, desquamation of the skin occurs
    Need
    Adequate and careful selection of skin care products
    SKIN TYPES
  • 15. Taking care of sensitive skin
    Cleansing
    • Mild, gentle soap free cleanser
    Toning:
    • Alcohol free toners
    Treating and Protecting:
    • Moisturising, fragrance free products suitable
    for sensitive skin
    Specific Treatments
    • Calming ingredients to reduce irritation
    • Emulsifier free products formulated with mild,
    gentle ingredients
    SKIN TYPES
  • 16. Oriflame’s skin type testers
    Take one test strip at a time onto your foreheador cheek and hold for 15 seconds.
    Compare the changes on the strip to the chart in the flyer.
    It is recommended to cleanse the skin one hour before the test, without applying moisturiser.
    In case there is make-up on the skin, it is recommended that you clean the small area where the tester will be placed 5 minutes before the test.
    SKIN TYPES

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