Dehydrated and dry skin
Oily and combined skin
Oily and combined skin
Characteristics of oily and combined skin
- Clearly visible, dilated pores accompanied by blackheads and pimples.
- There is a greasy film on the face which makes the skin shine.
- Due to a thick epidermis, the blood circulation of the skin is poorly visible, so that a pale skin colour is visible.
- It is difficult for make-up to stay in place.
Oily skin is common, especially in young people. The sebaceous glands of this skin type are too active, so too much sebum is produced. The sebum, together with sweat and lipids of the skin, creates a shiny oily layer.
The Farorisan cream is specifically designed for mature, dull skin which may show some blockages here and there due to hormonal factors, for example. The fruit acids in this cream improve the skin condition and hydration. Cell renewal is stimulated so that subcutaneous blockages are removed more quickly. Also suitable for acne skin.
The Matifiante series has been specially developed for oily/blemished skin.
Extra Skin Care
Protect Your Skin
Protect your skin
Your skin has many functions. One of the biggest is to protect you. Your skin forms a barrier against the outside world. Your skin regulates water and salts, so that there is a stable level in your body. On the other hand, it prevents water and harmful substances from penetrating the skin. The corneous layer (epidermis) is particularly important for this. It forms a barrier against harmful bacteria, viruses and fungi so that they cannot just penetrate.
Pigment (melanin) in your skin protects against damage caused by UV rays from the sun. The pigment lies like a protective cap over the skin cells and absorbs the UV radiation. Eventually, the skin becomes thicker as a reaction to sunlight.
The skin contains elastic fibres that protect against bumps and stretching, among other things. The greasy layer in the skin also has a protective effect.
Through your skin you can keep your body temperature constant. If there is too much heat, you will sweat and the blood vessels in the skin will open and give off your radiant heat. The opposite happens if your temperature is too low. Then the blood vessels squeeze together, you sweat less, and your hairs stand up, i.e. goosebumps.
In addition, the skin is a sensory organ and, in addition to warmth and cold, you also feel pressure, pain and touch.
With the help of sunlight, vitamin D is produced in the skin.
Your skin is a form of a business card. Through your skin you can express yourself to the outside world, but you are also judged on it. Think of tattoos, piercings, but also various skin disorders such as hair loss, acne or eczema. They can all influence life.
So take good care of your skin, protect it because it protects you.
The Brilliant series, enriched with vitamin E, has a grease and moisture regulating effect. Brilliant is suitable for skin that is very sensitive to atmospheric influences such as sun, wind and cold, but also for soap and alcohol.
Vitamin C helps to stimulate collagen formation and has a vitalising effect.
Today, good UV protection for the skin is more important than ever. That is why the Soleil Intensif should not be missed as a series of Henriëtte Faroche. The Soleil intensif contains intensive care ingredients and protection against harmful UV-A and UV-B radiation.