Normal skin commonly referred to as balanced skin, is exactly what it says it is. Pores are small, the skin texture will be fine and even, and healthy in colour. READ MORE
Normal skin commonly referred to asbalanced skin, is exactly what it says it is. Pores are small, the skin texture will be fine and even, and healthy in colour. A balanced skin rarely develops spots and blemishes and when it does it usually heals well. Within the skin there is a good balance of oil and moisture secretion, which keep the skin soft, flexible and supple. Desquamation and cell generation will begin to take place at the same time so there is an even replacement of the skins surface layers. Desquamation is the natural process in which skin cells are created, sloughed away and replaced. The desquamation process happens in the outermost layer of the skin called the epidermis. Hundreds of dead surface cells are sloughed off each day by the desquamation process, taking with them daily build up and debris that has settled upon the skin. As our cells fall away, they are replaced by new cells from underneath this is what helps to keep the skin healthy.
By keeping the skin in a balance of oil and moisture will maintain the surface in a slightly acidy state. This will enable the skin to form good resistance against bacterial and fungal infections.