Maintaining Normal Skin

A healthy, normal skin is unblemished, velvety, smooth and supple, with no enlarged pores or flaky dead cells. Normal skin has an even tone, soft, a smooth texture, no visible pores or blemishes, and no greasy patches or flaky areas. This type of skin has a clear, fine-textured, supple and smooth surface which is neither greasy nor dry. It glows with an inner health which stems from good blood circulation and excellent health. There may be occasional pimples in women just before menstruation due to increased hormonal activity, which makes the sebaceous glands overactive. Normal skins can also be ‘Normal-To’s’ as in normal to oily or normal to dry. Wash your face with cleansers that are designed for your normal/normal-to skin type.

Apply moisturizer more frequently to dry skin. Use oil-absorbing makeup to reduce shine. Normal skin requires is cleaning it twice a day with a mild baby soap and water and toned with something mild, like rose water. Washing your face with plain refrigerated yogurt every night makes most acne cases vanish within a few days.
Fruits and vegetables do help a lot in keeping our skin smooth and supple. They help us ward off infections so that our skin remains blemish free. They contain essential nutrients, which can help give our skin that rosy glow indicative of good health. To give your skin that extra nice glow, try extracting the juice from half an orange or a piece of tomato. Apply this on your face using a lightly massaging action and leave it on for a few minutes.

Avoid touching your skin as much as possible. Avoid direct heat on the face-including that from blow dryers. Make-up on your eyes should be removed before going to bed with an oil based eye make-up remover. Drinking 8 glasses of water a day is essential to healthy skin. Smoking is another dangerous enemy causing your skin to look pasty and giving blackheads a chance. Cool your skin with a freshening toner : wonderful in hot weather and refreshing in cooler. Don’t rub your skin around the eyes, we don’t want to encourage any wrinkles. Skin can be exposed to hundreds of different chemicals a day. A solution which can often help is to be careful of products you use in your home, changing to organic or natural cleaning materials.

Normal Skin care Tips

1. Avoid direct heat on the face-including that from blow dryers.

2. Always use a mild, oil-based moisturizer under makeup to help retain surface moisture.

3. Soap and water are perfect for lifting and removing dirt.

4. Avoid direct heat on the face-including that from blow dryers.

5. Drinking 8 glasses of water a day is essential to healthy skin.

6. Avoid alcohol and Smoking because it giving blackheads and acne.