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There are several different types of wrinkles. Premature wrinkles such as dehydration lines caused by surface dryness or resulting from sun damage will clear up once the skin is properly hydrated.A mature skin that is lacking in tone will often show wrinkles caused by a loss of collagen and elastin as well as expression lines, especially around the eyes, mouth and on the forehead. These can be lessened and made less deep but, unlike dehydration lines, cannot be removed entirely.
Using the wrong cleanser will dry, irritate or strip the outer layer of your skin, causing a painfully tight and squeaky-clean feeling as well as fine dehydration lines that make your skin look older. This surface dryness acts as a barrier that traps oil and congestion inside the pores and keeps your treatment products from being absorbed into the skin’s deeper layers, where they'll do the most good.A very common issue, any skin type can be surface dry, even those that are oily and acne-prone. Switching to a gentle non-foaming gel or gelée cleanser will clear up surface dryness, leaving the skin feeling soft and supple.
Surface dryness
Brown spots caused by sun exposure can be lightened or faded completely with the right treatment plan paired with regular daily application of a physical sunblock of at least SPF 40.
Sun Damage
Rosacea presents as inflamed skin with red bumps and even tiny pustules. It often occurs when you are in your thirties, and flare-ups can be exacerbated by stress, hormones or certain foods. As with dermatitis and eczema, the best course of action for rosacea is a gentle homecare regimen using products designed to soothe the skin and calm the redness. A consultation with a doctor or dermatologist may also be helpful.
Unlike hormonal acne, papules are a build-up of infection that is not painful. They will eventually develop a white head, which is when they become pustules. They are often caused by excess oil and can also be seen with rosacea, dermatitis or inflammation in the body that shows as irritation on the skin. While they frequently appear in the T-zone, they can be seen anywhere on the face.
Pimples: Papules and Pustules
These are simply pores that have become noticeably enlarged and visible. They’re often caused by not cleansing properly or not being consistent with your skincare regimen, which allows bacteria, dead cells and sebum to build up inside the pores and stretch them out. A lack of elasticity in the skin can also create the same effect.
Large pores
Hyperpigmentation and melasma present as brown blotchiness on the face that mostly appears on the forehead, cheekbones and around the mouth. More complicated and harder to treat than typical sun damage, it’s caused not only by sun exposure but also hormonal changes or harsh chemical facial procedures.
Hormonal acne is marked by stubborn bursts of large nodules across the face, neck, chest or back that are always painful to the touch. Incredibly common at all ages, it’s caused by hormonal imbalances in the body and can be exacerbated by certain foods, lifestyle choices and stress.
Hormonal cystic and nodules
As our largest organ of elimination, issues caused by food sensitivities can show up on the skin long before we experience any other symptoms. Food-related congestion typically presents as bumps under the skin that are deeper and harder to extract than the whiteheads that result from ineffective cleansing. Commonly caused by the body’s reaction to dairy, gluten, egg yolks, soy milk, fish oils or peanuts in your diet, they usually appear first in the mid-cheek area and will then spread down towards the jawline, although they can also be found on the forehead.
Food-related congestion
Dull skin looks flat in color, may be blotchy, and has lost its ‘bounce’. It can be perked back up by consistently following a good homecare regimen designed to brighten the skin and repair its deeper layers.
Dull, flat, lifeless skin
Dry skin has smaller-sized pores with no sign of blackheads. The skin feels tight and in constant need of moisture and nourishment. Skin that remains flaky may also have eczema or psoriasis, which both cause a ruddy, dry, flaky skin. While these sub-conditions can be complicated, they can be calmed and soothed with the right products. You may also benefit from treatment prescribed by a doctor or dermatologist.
Dry, flaky skin
Felt more on the surface of the skin than the deeper bumps of food-related congestion, this type of acne is caused by an inconsistent or ineffective cleansing regimen that leads to the build-up of dirt and grime, make-up and sunblock. The bumps can be found anywhere on the face and have a white head that is more easily extracted.
Congestion Bumps & Whiteheads
Blackheads are caused by excess oil. On an oily skin type, you’ll find them covering the whole face: cheeks, forehead, chin, nose and even inside the ears. They’re more likely to be found mainly in the T-zone on a combination/oily skin, while combination/dry skin may have just a few blackheads, mostly on the nose and chin rather than the forehead or cheeks. A dry skin type will typically have no blackheads at all.

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