A dry skin lacks sebum (oil). The result is a dry and low-fat skin condition that tends to form wrinkles. The result is a dry and low-fat skin condition that tends to form wrinkles. In addition, the skin is thinner and more permeable. The ideal treatment for dry skin replaces what is most lacking this skin type: the Sebumfilm and humidity. Regular facials will also encourage superficial retention of nutritious elements from the products.
Lacks moisture of water
Prone to fine lines and wrinkles
Fine in texture but coarse to touch
Prone to redness and dilated capillaries
Criss cross lines can be easily seen when the skin is pinched
This is a skin lacking in water and is often a temporary condition which can be rectified in a number of ways. Rehydration can be achieved by external applications in the salon or home, and by increasing the dietary water intake.