OIL SKIN CARE, HEALTHY, NO PHARMACEUTICAL AND Wrinkles: ORNW
“In the summer, this skin type looks more oily, especially when it's moist. There is very little irritation when using skin care products, but it takes a lot of time to find a few that really work. Learn how to tailor your skin care regimen to make sure you're using ingredients that help fight skin aging."
– ABOUT YOUR SKIN
Your skin is so easy to take care of that you often don't notice it. Unlike sensitive skin, your skin can withstand a variety of chemicals without irritation or redness. So you can use any kind of cosmetics. When others mess around with skin care, you don't understand why they should. Just let your skin be natural.
Unlike pigmented skin, you don't need to fight dark spots. Unlike dry skin, you only need minimal moisturizing, until you get older, heavy creams won't appeal to you. Even though you had some papules and oily skin in your teens, it seemed all too common. You can treat them yourself with a drugstore product like many others.
Sunscreen products? You probably don't mind it, since most sunscreen products are greasy. And you heard somewhere that a little sunshine is good for caviar. If you occasionally sunbathe? So what to do! Because you see other people doing the same. Most skin problems of ORNW skin type strike you later in life, and you are left unprepared. Wrinkles, sagging skin and other signs of aging seem to appear overnight. You are not protected because you are too lenient in your skin care. When aging happens to you, its effects are not good. You never thought this could happen, but now you look in the mirror, you are really worried – like everyone else.
– CARE OF YOUR SKIN
Before the age of 40, oil control is the goal, and as you get older, it's wrinkles.
ORNW often likes to go for a facial massage to clean up papules, blackheads, and whiteheads that are common in oily skin.
Even though massages are often too drying or irritating to many other skin types, your healthy, oily skin type can use them comfortably. Tip: find a massage place that uses products rich in antioxidants to help prevent wrinkles.
Do not let the masseuse squeeze blackheads or whiteheads as it can leave scars. You also shouldn't mold them at home. Instead, use a salicylic acid wash or stick-on strip like Bioré to gently unclog pores.
– LEFT FACE OF EASY TO CARE SKIN
A skin that is easy to care for has its own disadvantages. To solve a lot of skin problems at a young age, other skin types use a lot of skin care products, which you never had to bother with. The products themselves may contain anti-aging effects and you won't benefit from them.
For example, in your teens and 20s, 30s, while people your age suffer from acne, you only have a few occasional breakouts. Therefore, you should never use cosmetics like Retin-A, a product that reduces acne and has a strong anti-aging effect. While many people with oily, sensitive skin use foundation and powder to cover their dark spots, you never bother with them, so you waste the sun protection effects of these products. Since your skin is oily, you rarely use moisturizers, so you never get the extra ingredients that are useful in your moisturizer like antioxidants, retinol, sunscreen, and other ingredients. other anti-aging.
Black ORNW also never had to see a dermatologist to improve dark spots, thus missing out on anti-aging prescriptions.
White ORNWs have less melanin (a skin pigment that helps protect your skin from sun damage). Not using sunscreen products or being less pigmented both make your skin more vulnerable to harmful rays.
– AGING AND ORNW SKIN TYPES
Due to the above factors, in their 30s or 30s, many ORNWs seem to be playing catch with aging. It sneaks up and grabs you when you don't know.
You may see fine lines begin to form on your forehead or in the area between your eyebrows, and the lower jawline and neck skin begin to sag. Wrinkles are evident in the corners of your mouth.
There will be a skin care regimen as well as treatment options to address these issues. And if you're in your 20s or younger, start protecting your skin now.
– CLOSE OF YOUR SKIN
With ORNW, you can experience the following:
– Sometimes there is a flash of greasy face
- Very little caviar
- Many cases have a history of sun exposure quite a lot
- No problem with most skin care products
– Hard to tan
- Less need for moisturizing
- Early signs of wrinkles
– HOW Wrinkles Form?
Wrinkles seem to appear overnight, but they don't happen all of a sudden. Wrinkle formation takes place in several stages.
First, typically in your twenties, you may notice “movement wrinkles” in areas of your face when there is movement (e.g. when smiling) especially around the eyes. They disappear when the muscles are relaxed.
Then, in your thirties, you'll often see "resting wrinkles," meaning they remain even when the muscles are relaxed.
Don't ignore these first warning signs of wrinkles. The earlier they appear, the more likely you are to develop deep wrinkles over time.
Therefore, wrinkle prevention is a must for your skin type.
The good news is that the health and oily nature of your skin will allow you to use a variety of treatments. But first and foremost, you have to stop sun exposure, which damages your skin and promotes wrinkle formation.
– SELF-TANNERS (tanning at home with products)
All self-tanners including creams, lotions, gels, sprays, or others advertised by salons as “gives a dreamy tan” have one ingredient, dihydroxyacetone (DHA), It interacts with amino acids in the outer layer of the skin.
This reaction produces a brown color that produces a tan similar to how foods like apples turn brown when cut (due to oxidation).
Most self-tanners on the market contain 3-5% DHA. Since the outer layer of skin on the elbows, knees, and palms is usually thicker, products containing DHA make them browner, so less self-tanner should be applied to these areas.
For an even tan, use an exfoliator first. Self-tanner does not protect your skin from the sun because its SPF is usually only 1 to 2.
Therefore, you must regularly use sunscreen.
Some non-tanning products also contain antioxidants to prevent sun damage.
Many studies show that self-tanners containing antioxidants will create a more natural color, the yellow-orange color will be reduced.
For that, I recommend looking for products like Murad Self Tanner SPF 15.
– INDOOR TANNING? (tanning with artificial UVA rays)
Indoor tanning was initially advertised as a "safe way to tan". Is this right? - are not. Indoor tanning bed uses UVA rays to tan skin.
You lie in a cage, which then emits UVA rays that hit your skin. Because UVA doesn't cause redness or instant sunburn like UVB rays, people don't realize the damaging effects. its long-lasting skin.
UVA rays are more toxic than UVB rays because they penetrate deep into the dermis, destroying collagen and other important proteins.
The beautiful tan you see today could tomorrow lead to premature aging, dark spots and skin cancer.
If you are looking for Indoor tanning bed, stop by. You will cause damage to your skin that cannot be recovered.
– SUNLESS TANNING BOOTH (tanning boots that do not require sunlight)
This therapy was introduced in 1999. You will stand in a booth (like a payphone), the sprayers will move 360 degrees around you to spray a uniform amount of sunless tanning solution over the entire area. your body.
This ensures a smooth, even tan all over the body.
But it also has a downside: The FDA recently warned about possible unwanted exposure to DHA in boots. It is the eyes, lips can be sprayed with DHA and you can also swallow DHA. The FDA advises people to cover and protect sensitive areas when sprayed, and to avoid swallowing or inhaling products containing DHA.
Who guarantees you will protect your skin from the sun with this method? No matter what the law says, only you can protect yourself. One thing is clear, there is no chance of inhaling or ingesting DHA when you apply your own tanning cream or lotion at home.
– WHAT TO DO TO PREVENT Wrinkles?
There are ways to slow down the tendency of your skin type to form wrinkles. The key strategy is to use antioxidants to help fight free radicals and prevent aging. These substances can be obtained from food, especially vegetables and fruits.
If your diet lacks vegetables and fruits, you can take an antioxidant supplement.
In addition, later in the chapter, a list of antioxidant ingredients in skin care products will be introduced.
In addition to preventing wrinkles, you need to treat existing wrinkles,
– SELECTION OF TREATMENT TREATMENTS
Botolium toxin (Botox, for example) has the ability to remove wrinkles because it inhibits the movement of muscles at the site of wrinkles such as crow's feet wrinkles around the eyes and wrinkles between the eyebrows ...
It can prevent the formation of new wrinkles in the future.
ORNW can also use prescription retinoids to help control oil and prevent wrinkles.
While the Avage product line (a retinoid drug) is often too strong for other skin types, it is easily tolerated. You don't develop dark spots after trauma and inflammation, so you can use aggressive wrinkle treatments like lasers, dermabration, and deep chemical peels that pigment skin types. other factors must be avoided.
In addition to Botox, new treatments are being developed that are also suitable for ORNW.
These innovative methods are more permanent and cheaper than Botox.
Today, the FDA has approved skin tightening therapy to fill in wrinkles. Restylane and Juvederm are approved treatments for facial wrinkles.
As Derma fillers and Botox become more and more popular, the competition between suppliers is fiercer, so prices have also dropped, and people have more access to these treatments.
People with wrinkles often wonder about expensive creams that are advertised as "better than Botox". While it sounds tempting with the benefits listed on the box, I haven't seen any effect of these creams other than increasing the skin's water retention ‒ the effect of any moisturizer. . Some of them use natural substances called peptides to make the outermost layer of the skin flatter and smoother. This effect is like plastering a wall, smoothing the surface but not changing the skin in the long run.
My advice is to save money on things you really need: prescription retinoids, botolium toxin (like Botox or Dryport) and Derma fillers (like Restylane, Juvéderm, and Perlane).
If you're in your 20s or younger, don't let your skin come naturally.
For now, stop habits that accelerate skin aging like smoking and sunbathing.
You should also take antioxidant supplements, use sunscreen products, and over-the-counter or prescription retinol products to prevent aging.
If you're 30 years old or older, you may already be starting to get wrinkles. Use Botox or Dryport to inhibit muscle movement in areas prone to wrinkles, thereby improving wrinkles. Wearing sunglasses will also help minimize the formation of wrinkles around the eyes.
Note: use strong wrinkle treatments, your skin can tolerate them. After recovery, attention should be directed to prevention.
– DAILY SKIN CARE
The purpose of a daily skin care regimen is to address wrinkles and oily skin with products containing antioxidants and retinol to help control wrinkles and oil.
Many of you will want to see a dermatologist to find a wrinkle treatment: laser, abrasion, peel, skin tightening, or other therapies.
1. CARE MODE
In the morning, you should wash your face with a cleanser containing antioxidants to prevent wrinkles. Then apply a toner, gel, or serum containing antioxidants.
If you have a high O/D score (≥35), use toner.
If you have a low score above or below 20, choose a serum or a gel.
With a high O/D score (≥35), you should next mix an oil-control gel and a sunscreen gel.
If the O/D score is around 24-34, do not use an oil-control gel, but apply a sunscreen lotion containing antioxidants.
Finally, apply an oil-free foundation if desired.
In the evening, wash your face with the same cleanser as in the morning.
Then use an exfoliating product.
Next, apply a product containing retinol or retinaldehyde.
If you choose to use an eye cream (not necessary for this skin type), you can apply it after washing your face.
You can maintain this mode indefinitely.
These over-the-counter products are just as good as prescription products except for the retinol/retinaldehyde.
Recommend seeing a dermatologist for a prescription retinoid like Avage, which is stronger than over-the-counter retinol/retialdehyde products.
ORNW benefits from cleansers containing antioxidant ingredients that help prevent wrinkles.
- Use toner
Using a toner is a great way to give your skin antioxidants without being greasy.
You can also use gels or serums that contain oil-restricting ingredients and/or antioxidants.
A very useful antioxidant is green tea, which has been shown to protect the skin from cancer and prevent wrinkles.
You'll want to choose a product like the Replenix serum, which contains a high concentration of green tea, giving it a brown color. But don't shy away from its color, because if it's not brown, the amount of green tea in it is not enough for your purposes.
You don't need a moisturizer in the morning. Instead, use a recommended serum. You can use a nighttime moisturizer if you have an O/D score <35.
- Eye cream
An eye cream isn't necessary, but if you choose to use it, look for a product that contains antioxidant ingredients.
– Wrinkle room
Over-the-counter products have anti-wrinkle effects because they contain retinol or antioxidants, but their effectiveness depends on the concentration of those substances in the product.
For ORNW, scrubs or home microdermabration kits are just as effective as spa or salon microdermabration treatments.
- BUY PRODUCT
You can expand your selection by reading the label to identify the ingredients of that product, thereby choosing ingredients that are beneficial for wrinkle prevention and avoiding oil-inducing ingredients.
- Sunscreen for your skin
Using sunscreen is very important for ORNW.
If the oil/dryness index (O/D) is greater than 35, you should use a powder that contains sunscreen.
Whether you are a person who likes to use multiple types of makeup such as powder, foundation, primer or just like to use one (sunscreen for example), make sure that the total SPF is greater than 15.
If the O/D score is between 30-34, choose a gel sunscreen.
If the O/D score is less than 30, you may prefer a lotion sunscreen.
If you don't like using foundation or powder that contains sunscreen, then use a sunscreen product I recommend below
- When and how to apply sunscreen?
Wear sunscreen every morning, even if you don't plan to go out.
Staying indoors won't protect you either, as UVA rays easily penetrate glass into homes, cars and planes. Keep sunscreen in the car, in the desk drawer, in the bag to reapply whenever needed. Please read the instructions on how to use sunscreen again
- Make up
Avoid oil-based foundations, use an oil-absorbing coating instead. Many foundations are labeled as oil-free, but they may actually still contain oil.
To check if that's true, take a piece of paper containing 25% cotton and pour a drop of foundation on top.
If the foundation contains oil, it will create a circle of oil on the paper. The size of the circle reflects the amount of oil in the foundation, the larger the circle, the more oil it contains.
2. TREATMENTS FOR YOUR SKIN
For this skin type, therapies focus on treating wrinkles.
Following a skin care regimen will help prevent wrinkles, and to address existing wrinkles,
* Wrinkles and Wrinkles TREATMENT
There are many wrinkle treatments to choose from, including: botulinum toxin injections (such as Botox); skin tightening, or skin grinding.
– Skin grinding
Advanced therapies help treat many types of wrinkles, but stubborn wrinkles around the mouth are difficult to treat permanently.
Caucasians (which make up the bulk of the ORNW skin type) have one more option, which is dermabrasion (not to be confused with superconducting dermabrasion).
In dermabrasion, the doctor uses a tiny diamond-coated wheel, which rotates and removes the upper layer of skin down to the dermis. And superconducting dermabrasion uses crystals sprayed on the skin, they only remove the outermost layer of dead cells of the skin still in the epidermis, not as deep as skin grinding.
Be prepared to schedule some rest when deciding to have dermabrasion, because after treatment, you will be sore for about four to seven days. During the healing process, your treated skin will also be red for a few days to a few weeks. You can cover it up with makeup.
The good news is that as the skin heals, it will be smoother and less wrinkled. However, this treatment can leave scars and the treated area will appear whiter than the rest.
Therefore, find a good doctor who has a lot of experience in performing this therapy.
Unlike pigmented skin types, white ORNWs can use dermabrasion, as they won't have dark spots on the treated skin.
Although this therapy sounds very scary, in reality, patients experience less pain. You may also hear about the CO2 laser, which used to be used to remove stubborn wrinkles around the mouth, now it is no longer popular because of its long-term complications. Skin grinding has been done safely for more than 35 years.
– Super conductive skin grinding
This is a common treatment in dermatology centers, skin care salons or spas.
A device is used to spray crystals onto the surface of the skin to remove the outermost layer of dead cells, making the skin smoother.
Your ORNW skin type is perfect for this treatment. However, home-use superconducting peels or abrasives provide the same effect and are much cheaper.
If you want bright facial skin to go to a party and you have the time and money, then use this treatment.
The new technology, called Ulthera, can treat wrinkles around the mouth and nose, as well as sagging neck skin.
– Spa treatments
ONRW will benefit from cosmetic dermatology services at the spa such as peeling, helping to exfoliate.
As an ORNW, you should be aware that in-salon services may not be strong enough for your skin.
Your healthy skin can withstand harsh peels and this treatment is not usually available in spas. So ask them about stronger peels than the ones they use for sensitive skin.
– Light therapy?
Light therapies such as light-emitting diodes and IPL in the future may be very popular in the prevention and treatment of wrinkles.
Currently, the effectiveness of this technique in the treatment of wrinkles is still controversial. Many patients lose $5000-6000 with these treatments without wrinkle improvement. They are very effective at removing dark spots, redness, and dilated blood vessels, but that is not a problem for ORNW skin types.
ANTI-AGING AND KEEP YOUR SKIN FRESH
A – Manifestations of Skin Aging at Every Age
+ Entering the age of 21, each year the body will lose 1% of collagen, the activity of enzymes in the skin also declines. You may not notice it for the first few years, but from the age of 25 and up, you will see the signs of aging quite clearly.
+ Age 25 - 30: skin begins to darken, large pores, dry skin loses water. Every time an injury (scratch, acne, sunburn...) the skin also takes longer to recover, wrinkles around the corners of the eyes begin to appear weak and thin. (In general, the skin is still quite beautiful in this part, just like the first picture)
+ Age 30 - 40: skin structure begins to change markedly: the skin surface is thin, dry, dull, sensitive to sunlight. Appearance of melasma, dark spots, wrinkles, sagging skin. There are wrinkles and dark circles around the eyes.
+ Age 40 - 50: The amount of blood vessels in the dermis decreases, the connection between the skin layers is loose, the rate of "loss" of collagen is faster and faster, the skin "degrades" seriously. Wrinkles spread to many other areas: eyes, forehead, chin… Facial structure also changes due to sagging and sagging skin.
+ Age 50 - 60: Deep wrinkles, melasma, freckles, dry, sensitive skin, damage recovery takes a long time, ...
B – Causes of Skin Aging
Inevitable, but not too great influence on skin aging, only about 20%
1. Biological age
Biological age determines changes in skin structure, cell efficiency and function. As women get older, the production of collagen and elastin decreases, making the skin's supporting layer unstable, the skin becomes wrinkled, slack, and saggy.
2. Genetic factors
Skin type and genetics make a difference in the aging process. Some families have members who are much younger than their actual age, which is a gift from genetics.
As the biggest cause of skin aging (80%), however, you can completely control to avoid these factors.
In sunlight there are UVA and UVB. Inside:
UVB causes darkening, melasma, and tanning by promoting the production of melanin.
UVA penetrates deeper, causing Collagen and Elastin fibers to be destroyed, broken, the supporting framework for the skin is weakened, Hyaluronic Acid is also lost - leading to wrinkles, sagging, and sagging skin.
2. Climate, pollution
When exposed regularly to a polluted environment, the skin will release harmful free radicals and accelerate the aging process.
People who live in an environment with lots of dust and smoke will soon age and look older than people living in a clean and fresh climate.
Tobacco contains thousands of harmful chemicals, of which 70 are carcinogenic, addictive and toxic.
Smoking causes the body to produce the enzyme Matrix Metallo Proteinases (MMPs), which damages and reduces collagen & elastin production in the skin, leading to sagging skin and the formation of permanent wrinkles.
Antioxidant foods help youthful skin: fruits, vegetables, especially green tea.
Foods that promote aging process faster: starches (bread, rice, corn), vegetable oils (soybean oil, rapeseed oil...), especially sugar.
5. Stay up late
Between 23:2 and XNUMX am the next morning is the time when the skin is most restored.
Staying up late regularly will disturb the metabolism, circulatory system, nervous system, leading to lack of nutrients in the skin and difficult recovery. From there, the skin will become dry, dull, elasticity reduced, wrinkles appear.
When sad or stressed, the body secretes cortisol - a substance that can break down collagen, causing the skin to lose its elasticity and softness. Stress also makes your face wrinkled, scowling, creating conditions for wrinkles to develop more.
7. Unscientific skin care
- Don't wear sunscreen every day
- Do not clean the skin thoroughly
- Not moisturizing regularly
Using cosmetics in the wrong way or not suitable for your skin type
– Using cosmetics of unknown origin, cosmetics containing harmful substances, mixing cream, cream, super speed whitening cream containing corticosteroids and abrasive substances that destroy the skin.
These are all causes of thin, weak skin, easy to appear melasma, darkening, wrinkles, sagging, sagging.
After the above article, what do you think? You have really understood your skin type right yet?
From theory to practice
Although Baumann's skin classification system is somewhat more specific and accurate in assessing skin, we should understand that this is only a systematic method from the perspective of four factors. factor, not a specific solution, is if your skin belongs to any group, you need to take care of your skin.
There are two issues to keep in mind:
• The skin on your face can have different characteristics, it is normal for the cheeks to be dry and the forehead to be oily. If the difference is small, that's okay, but if it's too big, maybe you should treat each skin area as different skin types and treat them separately.
Suppose in the above case, you can consider your cheek skin as DRNW and forehead skin as OSNT and then follow the corresponding regimen for example. The specific skin care is also reasonable to explain the spot treatment method, for example, if your skin has acne, where is it considered a special skin, only apply acne cream there. Just don't apply the whole face.
• Distinguishing skin type and skin condition: One of the dangerous mistakes of skin classification is the confusion between skin type and skin condition. Each person's skin type is fixed, but the skin condition is constantly changing depending on the environment and care.
For example, people with oily skin will have large pores and active sebum, this is a genetic factor, normal skincare will not be changed. However, in the dry winter, the person's skin becomes more balanced, even showing signs of dryness. In this case, the skin type is still fixed with the element of oily skin (Oily) but the weather fluctuations have caused the moisture on the skin's surface to change. The purpose of skincare is to overcome the disadvantages of the skin type through balancing the state of the skin. This means that even if you know your skin is oily, when the surface of your skin is dry, you need to change the appropriate moisturizing measure to bring the skin state back to balance.
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