1. Skincare

Skincare should be adapted to skin type. Inappropriate skincare can do more damage than good. To determine your precise skin type, you can visit a cosmetic institute or consult a dermatologist.

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2. Regular skin cleansing

Regular cleansing of the skin is particularly important both in the morning and the evening, and not only to remove cream toners or any remaining make-up.

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3. Sensitive skin

Sensitive skin can be the result of several factors: chemical ingredients in cosmetics, very hard water or a low level of atmospheric humidity can cause itching, a feeling of tension or even burning.

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4. Dry skin

Dry skin often feels rough and chapped. Lipid and moisture regulation is often unbalanced. That is why dry skin needs a lasting protective care complex.

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5. Oily skin

Oily skin often tends towards skin impurities and quickly becomes inflamed. The cause of this is often an over-production of sebum.

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6. Normal skin

Even normal skin, seemingly uncomplicated, needs to be cared for.

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7. Mirror of the soul

The skin is the mirror of the soul as well as being one of the central sensory organs.

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8. Skin signals

Hardly any other part of your body tells you more about the state of your health than your skin. Often, stress and strain are accompanied by skin irritation.

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