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Which cream(s) should be used for normal skin types?

Smooth, soft, neither dry nor oily... Normal skin types exhibit few imperfections. Their unique characteristic is their ability to withstand external aggressions (humidity, cold or heat, etc...). However, just like other skin types, normal skin also requires regular care. Here's why.

Characteristics of normal skin.

Normal skin types are smooth and have a uniform appearance. This type of skin tolerates external aggressions such as pollution, humidity, cold, or even UV rays. However, normal skin must be moisturised and cleaned daily to maintain this balance.

How to take care of normal skin?

Even if your skin is healthy and has a lovely complexion, it is essential to continue maintaining it with a facial care routine to ensure its longevity. Make sure to hydrate it daily to preserve its well-being and cleanse it regularly to remove dead skin cells, dust, and to promote the maintenance of optimal sebum production. Discover how to take care of your skin with our 9-ingredient face moisturising cream.

  • Application and mechanism of action on the skin:

Featuring a light texture, our moisturising cream contains ingredients that are allies for normal skin types:

- Hyaluronic Acid: This active ingredient possesses hydrating virtues and delays the appearance of the first fine lines. It also enhances the suppleness and softness of the skin;

- Organic coconut oil: It prevents skin dehydration and softens it;

- Purified Water: It eradicates all traces of bacteria and serves as a solvent for the blending of other ingredients;

- Vegetable Glycerin: Derived from sunflower seeds and rapeseed, this ingredient provides superficial hydration to the skin and captures moisture from the air;

- Cetyl Alcohol from Coconut: It allows for the creation of a cream texture;

- Coco Cetyl Phosphate: It enables the blending of purified water with organic coconut oil;

- Sodium Hydroxide: The soda balances the pH of the skincare product;

- Sugarcane Pentylene Glycol: This is a humectant agent ensuring superficial hydration of the skin;

- O-Cymen-ol: This ingredient prevents the proliferation of bacteria.

Every morning and evening, it is appropriate to apply the moisturising cream to the face on skin that has been previously cleaned and dried, following the application of your usual serum. It is then simply a matter of massaging in circular motions until the product is fully absorbed into the skin. In the evening, a vegetable oil, such as jojoba oil, can be applied in addition to this treatment.

  • Benefits of Moisturising Cream:

The moisturising cream for the face offers numerous benefits:

- It retains water in the epidermis: hydration is the solution to protect the epidermis against external aggressions (cold, pollution, sun and wind);

- It slows down skin ageing: Although skin ageing is a natural phenomenon, it is possible to slow it down by using a moisturising cream.

Contraindications of facial moisturising cream.

The moisturising cream is contraindicated for oily skin, as it can promote overproduction of sebum. Indeed, coconut oil is comedogenic and is strongly advised against for acne-prone skin.

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