Normal Skin

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What is normal skin?

A normal skin type is characterised by a radiant complexion. There are very few imperfections, barely visible pores, and no severe sensitivity. It glows with an inner health, which indicates good blood circulation.

Normal skin is not too dry or too oily. It displays a rosy, smooth texture, and the skin’s elasticity is good. There are no visible blemishes, flaky areas or greasy patches on the skin.

In addition, the production of sebum or oils and moisture content are well-balanced. All of these characteristics of normal skin are often found in younger individuals.

However, it is quite rare to find all these characteristics. Normal skin, in essence, describes a near perfect skin with no to only a few visible skin imperfections. But even if you have normal skin that doesn’t mean you are immune to various skin concerns.

It is important to take precautionary measures such as a good skin care routine to avoid potential skin related problems. When someone has normal skin, they can become quite complacent with its care. Over time skin will naturally become drier with age.

Skin can develop wrinkles, sunspots, and other lesions likely to occur due to a lack of sun protection or failure to implement a daily skin care routine. In women, there may be occasional pimples just before menstruation due to a surge in body hormones.

This makes the sebaceous glands produce more oils and clog the pores of the skin. Also, incorrect use of skin care products can develop breakouts and other skin problems. Over time, a normal skin type can change due to the aging process as well as additional internal and external factors.