GET TO KNOW YOUR SKIN
Our skin consists of three layers:
• EPIDERMIS containing pigment melanin. This layer has 5 more subtrees, about 0.1 mm thick, and we leave it on a pillow every day (on average, about 5 million pages of skin on our skin per day)
• DERMIS which is responsible for elasticity and contains senses, glands, capillaries and hair root
• SUBCUTIS which is also called "subconscious". It contains fatty tissue, blood vessels, capillaries and lymphs and it is responsible for connectivity and mobility. Usually for people with pronounced cellulite they say they have - a strong subcutis.
Skin functions are;
• Protection (mechanical stimuli, microorganisms, light and so on).
• Thermoregulation (heat and cold, dehydration, etc.)
• Secretion (sweating and game secretion)
• Feeling (warm and cold, pain, pleasure, etc.)
Skin types are:
• Normal is fresh, velvety, medium-sized, no pimple and BlackBerry
• Dry is thin, swollen, pores are squeezed and prone to allergies
• The fat is greasy, spongy, expanded pores, shiny and acne
• Mixed fat on the forehead, nose and chin, and dry on the fingers (T zone), is typical for people in puberty
• The mature is thin, has no elasticity, no gloss and no wrinkles. It is typical for people who stay full of sun or cold
• Sensitive is specific because it is closely related to emotions and responds almost to all - bad mood, food intake, temperature difference, and so on.
The biggest enemies of the skin are: smog, sun or solarium, dehydration, diet, stress and hormones.
The biggest skin friends are: drinking lots of water or tea, healthy nutrition, protective clothing and footwear, massage, dry brushing or scrubbing, natural cosmetics, sports and relaxation techniques.
Why is it good for skin and hair to be treated with natural preparations?
Skin is a medium and all that is applied to it is going through the small capillaries in our bloodstream and body. The association of cancerous conditions (breast or ovarian cancer) has been demonstrated with long-term intake of aggressive cosmetics on the skin - such as strong hair dyes, skin bleaches or self-extinguishing agents and aggressive cellulite and wrinkle agents.