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Leading acupuncture specialist for facial rejuvenation, pain relief, stress relief, fertility, fatigue, anxiety.
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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Take care of the skin with facial acupuncture

The skin types are relative, and it can change over time. Most people have normal skin type. Some people may have dry skin, oily skin, combination skin or sensitive skin. Which type of the skin is determined by how much water is in the skin affecting its comfort and elasticity, how oily the skin is which affects the softness, how sensitive it is to the stimulants such as chemicals, sun exposure or temperatures.

Normal skin is the most common type of the skin. It is not too dry and not too oily. The water and oil content is just right; it is not reacting easily to stimulants; the pores are not visible and has normal glow. Dry skin is that the skin can flake, becoming itchy and it is easily irritated. The skin looks dull rough, flaky, less elastic, pores are not visible, but lines are more easily formed. Oily skin has enlarged and visible pores, the skin is dull, shiny and thick, easily have blackheads, pimples, or blemishes. Combination skin is that the skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others. The T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin) tends to be oily, while other areas are normal or dry. Pores tend to be larger. There are often to have black heads.

No matter what type of skin you have, there are essential things to do for all skin types. Avoid direct sun exposure: using sun cream to block UV lights, wearing a hat and sunglasses, stoping smoking, drinking enough water to prevent dehydration, using moisturise, daily cleaning the skin gently, never wearing makeup to bed, regular facial acupuncture. Facial acupuncture helps rejuvenate the skin and get rid of the spots.

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