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  • The Skin Care and Facial Cosmetic The skin is the outermost layer of the human body. It is the part which is most susceptible to dangerous microbes and pathogens that are harmful to the body. Regular skin care must be observed to keep it clean and healthy. The first thing that you need to know in good skin is your skin type. There are actually different types of skin and facial cosmetic products are specially designed to fit each type. Using the wrong type of facial cosmetics may cause irritation and damage your skin. The skin is generally classified according the amount moisture it contains in the body. Dry skin is just what it is – dry. It is rather dehydrated, waterless and lacks moisture. You will know that you have dry skin type if you see cracks on the surface of your skin. A basic skin care procedure for this skin type is to wash your face every day with rich, creamy cleanser and warm water. Rejuvenation is the skin care treatment need for dry skin. It is not good to use facial cosmetics that contain a significant amount of alcohol because this can only enhance the dryness of your skin. Warm water is the natural remedy for this skin impairment. Just use a mild toner to relieve that tight, flaky feeling. The other skin type is the exact opposite of dry skin. If you notice your skin become glazed immediately after cleansing, then you are having oily skin. The excess oil on your skin is causing that extra shine. The pores are also quite enlarged if you have oily skin. This enlargement of the pores leads to the growth of pimples and the appearance of blackheads and whiteheads. It is the most unpleasant among all the other skin types. Pricking pimples and squeezing out blackheads are not the proper supplements for healthy skin procedures for this skin infirmity. You need to wash your face more often in order to treat oily skin. You don't need to totally eliminate all the oil from your skin because it will make the skin dry. You just need to keep the skin equally moisturized to keep it from drying underneath which only trigger the oil glands to produce more oil. The proper skin care procedure for oily skin is to wash the face twice a day with warm water and a gentle non – foaming cleanser. Facial cosmetics such as toner still need to be alcohol – free. Use a hydrating residue to remove residue after washing. To control the shine throughout the day, you can carry along some oil blotting sheets that you can dub on your face from time to time. Some skin types are allergic to certain beauty products. Strong facial cosmetics should not be applied on these sensitive types. These facial cosmetics would only irritate the sensitive skin and may lead to some complications like rash, redness, inflammation and even acne.Facial cosmetics and skin care is essential to healthy living. To keep your skin looking good and vibrant, make sure that it gets just the right amount of moisture it needs. Avoid using facial cosmetic with high alcohol content.