‘Normal Skin’ is a term widely used to refer to a well nourished, hydrated, bright, and glowing skin. It shows no signs of excess oil, dryness, or breakouts. The T-zone (forehead, chin and nose) may be a bit oily, but overall sebum and moisture is balanced and the skin is neither too oily nor too dry.
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Our skin type can evolve during our lifetime. For example, people with an oily skin type in their teenage years can find their skin becoming drier after puberty and those with a normal skin type can find their skin getting drier as they age.
It happens because as we grow older, our skin loses volume and density, fine lines and wrinkles appear and changes in pigmentation due to exposure of sun and gadgets can occur.
Sensitive skin is skin condition that is easily irritated and is more reactive than normal skin. The symptoms of senstive skin such as redness, a rash, stinging, itching and burning.
There are different factors that may cause sensitive skin condition. For some people, sensitive skin is a permanent condition, for others, sensitivity is triggered by certain internal and external factors. It occurs when skin’s natural barrier function is compromised, causing water loss and allowing penetration of irritants. It may happens from the sun exposure or ingredients in cosmetics and skincare.