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Normal-to-Dry skin requires careful upkeep to maintain optimal functioning and healthy circulation due to environmental & ecological influences, aging processes, and everyday stress. Dry skin can result from impaired water content, reduced sebaceous gland activity and a damaged protective barrier. To effectively treat dry skin, one must first re-establish normal sebaceous gland functioning & protect against moisture loss through the re-fortification of the skin’s natural protective barrier.

Oily skin is characterized sebaceous gland overactivity. While intended to provide natural barrier protection to the skin to prevent over-drying, in some these glands can be stimulated to overproduce sebum, or oil, causing the skin to appear greasy/shiny, have a rougher texture, and resulting in enlarged pores. Oily skin is often seen in individuals between the ages of 13 and 30, when skin activity is heightened by hormonal changes.

Individuals with acne skin often suffer from a combination of chronic inflammatory/non-inflammatory lesions and open & closed comedones (blackheads & whiteheads). The pathogenesis of acne is often due to a confluence of a number of complex factors including: hormonal imbalances, overactive sebaceous glands and the overpopulation of certain bacterial flora on the epidermal surface. Therefore, the approach to successfully treating acneic skin must be equally as complex.

Normal-to-Dry skin requires careful upkeep to maintain optimal functioning and healthy circulation due to environmental & ecological influences, aging processes, and everyday stress. Dry skin can result from impaired water content, reduced sebaceous gland activity and a damaged protective barrier. To effectively treat dry skin, one must first re-establish normal sebaceous gland functioning & protect against moisture loss through the re-fortification of the skin’s natural protective barrier.

Oily skin is characterized sebaceous gland overactivity. While intended to provide natural barrier protection to the skin to prevent over-drying, in some these glands can be stimulated to overproduce sebum, or oil, causing the skin to appear greasy/shiny, have a rougher texture, and resulting in enlarged pores. Oily skin is often seen in individuals between the ages of 13 and 30, when skin activity is heightened by hormonal changes.

Individuals with acne skin often suffer from a combination of chronic inflammatory/non-inflammatory lesions and open & closed comedones (blackheads & whiteheads). The pathogenesis of acne is often due to a confluence of a number of complex factors including: hormonal imbalances, overactive sebaceous glands and the overpopulation of certain bacterial flora on the epidermal surface. Therefore, the approach to successfully treating acneic skin must be equally as complex.

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