S K I N C A R E F O R A L L

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S K I N C A R E F O R A L L

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

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