Normal Skin

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What is normal skin?

What is Normal Skin? Skin types are largely determined by genetics, but 90% of how the skin ages is within our control. Normal skin, or eudermic (medical term for healthy skin), is the ideal skin type and is a term widely used to refer to well-balanced skin. Overall, sebum and moisture are balanced and the skin is neither too oily nor too dry. Skincare routines are done to support the skin rather than “combat” a problem.

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Some typical characteristics of Normal Skin

- HOW TO CARE FOR NORMAL SKIN
1. Preserve Moisture

With the proper skin care routine, diet and lifestyle, our body’s processes and hormones that affect the skin can remain balanced and healthy.

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3. Avoid overexposure
& skin damage

You should wear sunscreen every day, in every season, to protect your skin from damaging UVA and UVB rays. Remember to stay out of the sun between 10 am and 2 pm, when the sun’s rays are the strongest.

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5. Maintain a healthy
diet & lifestyle

Making the right choices inside and out is key to good skin. We can recommend not only applying skincare topically, but integrating our Adaptogen Drinks into your daily routine.

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2. Promote well-aging

From the age of 25 onwards, the dermis and epidermis begin to slowly change structure so it’s recommended to integrate skincare that helps the skin age in a healthy way.

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4. Wash your face

Even normal skin isn’t impenetrable. Make-up residue and environmental particles can lead to inflamed pores. It’s important to support a healthy balance with facial cleansing and the right skin care routine.

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The Wild Leaves Skincare Routine

Our face wash, algae serum, face oil and rich cream skincare routine are great for moisturizing and hydrating, supporting well-aging, and protection against the elements. 

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