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Different skin types and their needs

Properties of the skin

Different skin types and their needs

Properties of the skin

Your skin

Our skin, the largest and most versatile organ, is truly a miracle of nature. Their impressive size covers an area of ​​approximately 1.6 to 2 square meters. If we examine one square centimeter of their surface closely, we discover an astonishing network of around 3 million body cells. But that is not all.

This tiny area also contains 1 meter of blood vessels, fine capillaries that ensure the vital supply of your tissue. There are also 4 meters of nerves running here that transmit sensations of touch, pressure, cold, heat and pain.

But that's not the end of their fascinating structure. In this small square centimeter there are 15 sebaceous glands that are responsible for keeping the skin supple and protecting it from drying out. There are also 100 sweat glands that play an important role in regulating body temperature by producing sweat that evaporates and cools the skin.

In an area of ​​just one square centimeter you will also find 200 pain points that make it possible to perceive and react to pain sensations. And as if that wasn't amazing enough, there are also 30,000 sensory cell endings, also known as receptors. They absorb the temperature and pass it on to the nervous system.

All of these elements make the skin a highly complex and sensitive organ that not only offers protection, but also opens a window into our emotional world. From the feeling of gentle touch to warning of potential dangers, our skin is a reliable companion that shields us from the outside world while giving us the opportunity to experience its diversity. So don't forget to treat and take care of your skin, because it is an invaluable gift that brings you closer to the wonders of life every day.

The thickness of the skin differs according to:

  • Fat deposits
  • (woman / man)
  • Body region
  • Age
  • Inheritance
  • Nutrition

The skin changes its needs depending on:

  • Season
  • Climate
  • Lifestyle
  • Age (gland function becomes more sluggish)
Important factors

The skin works like a barometer and reacts to internal and external factors that can influence it

Internal factors:

  • Stress
  • Illness
  • hormonal changes
  • Metabolism

External factors:

  • Sun, wind, warmth, cold, wet, salt water
  • Environmental pollution
  • chemical and mechanical effects
Crucial role in overall well-being

Having healthy skin is important for several reasons:

Protection from external influences

The skin acts as the body's outermost protective layer, shielding it from harmful environmental influences such as UV rays, pollution, bacteria and viruses. Regular skin care strengthens this protective function and keeps the skin healthy.

Prevention of skin problems

Proper skin care can help prevent or reduce skin problems such as acne, eczema and irritation. It also helps maintain the skin's natural moisture levels to prevent dryness and flaking.

Anti-aging benefits

Good skin care can slow the process of skin aging by minimizing the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. Moisturizing products and sunscreens can help maintain skin elasticity.

Maintain skin health

Regular cleansing and care of the skin promotes blood circulation and lymphatic flow. As a result, these sensible measures contribute to a healthy complexion and maintain the health of the skin and help to achieve a radiant complexion.

When it comes to skin care, there are some important aspects to consider in order to maintain skin health and avoid skin problems. Here are a few basic points to consider when taking care of your skin.

Maintain skin health

Get to know your skin type: Every skin type is different. It is important to know whether the skin is normal, dry, oily and/or sensitive as different skin types have different needs. Choosing products specifically designed for your skin type can help care for the skin more effectively.

Moisture: Regardless of skin type, it is important to keep the skin well hydrated. Moisturizers keep the skin hydrated and protect against dryness. Even oily skin often needs moisture, so consider using a light, oil-free moisturizer.

Gentle cleansing: The skin should be gently cleansed morning and evening to remove dirt, excess oil and make-up. Mild cleansing products that do not excessively strip the skin of its natural moisture should be used.

Healthy diet and hydration: A balanced diet and adequate fluid intake are important for skin health. Vitamins and anti-oxidants from fruits, vegetables and whole grain products support skin health.

Make sure you get enough sleep: Adequate sleep promotes the regeneration of skin cells and helps maintain a healthy complexion.

Sun Protection: Protection from harmful UV rays is crucial to preventing premature aging and the risk of skin cancer. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 daily, even on cloudy days and in winter.

Stress management: Chronic stress can have a negative impact on the skin. Techniques such as meditation, yoga or breathing exercises can help reduce stress and improve the complexion.

Avoid excessive alcohol and tobacco consumption: Alcohol and nicotine can dry out the skin and promote premature aging. It is advisable to reduce or avoid consumption.

What functions does the skin have?

The skin protects us from excessive heat and cold throughout our lives with its fatty tissue and sweat glands. It forms a natural parasol against aggressive UV rays. It absorbs shocks and pressure and defends itself against attackers from the environment - against bacteria and viruses.

Support your versatile and largest organ to protect your precious skin from free radicals. If the DNA (cell blueprint) is attacked or destroyed, supporting materials such as collagen and elastane are at risk. This reduces the skin's elasticity, less moisture can be stored and the skin appears tired and sagging.

Skin differences between women and men

Skin, including the sclera or dermis, is different from the skin of men and women. Men usually have stronger connective tissue than women. However, this does not matter when it comes to using cosmetic products, as men also want to have healthy and well-groomed skin. Men often have skin problems such as blemishes, large pores and unwanted skin aging.

Skin care products for both

As we age, the collagen fibers in the dermis become less elastic and slacker. It is therefore beneficial to stimulate the fibroblasts in the skin with suitable skin care products, especially as we age. This applies to both genders and is therefore recommended for both. It is important to note that the products used such as creams, emulsions, gels or serums are tailored to the individual skin. Is the skin dry, normal or oily?

A person's gender is not a reliable indicator of the person's skin type or condition. Men and women can have dry, normal or oily skin.

Not only the structure of connective tissue, but also hormones affect the skin. The hormone testosterone has a particular influence on the properties of men's skin and has a different structure than that of women. Men have less sensitive skin because it is about 20% thicker. However, the beard region in men is particularly sensitive and is subjected to additional stress by daily shaving.

Men have firmer skin because their connective tissue is more interconnected and contains more collagen. This also explains why men usually develop wrinkles later. In addition, male skin produces more sebum and is therefore less likely to be dry than women's skin. Men also have a lower pH than women, but men have more skin surface lipids and more bacteria.

Protection, refreshment and calming are the most important elements in caring for men's skin. It is recommended that the products do not contain any fats, solve skin problems, are absorbed quickly and are as free of perfume as possible.

Men age later than women for various reasons. This is mainly due to hormones, particularly testosterone. Testosterone increases oil production in men's skin. The fat that is formed protects the skin and prevents the loss of moisture, which means that it stays in the skin longer. This delays the formation of wrinkles. Since the body's production of testosterone only decreases slowly as we get older, men's skin usually remains fairly smooth even over the age of 50.

In contrast, estrogen production decreases significantly in women after menopause, which means skin aging begins earlier than in men.

Signs of aging

Our external appearance, especially our skin, undergoes numerous changes as we age. Wrinkles occur when the elasticity decreases. Aging can be accelerated by external factors such as air pollution, alcohol and nicotine consumption, and ultraviolet rays. Our genetic makeup is also important.

The middle layer of skin, the dermis, is particularly affected by the aging process. This layer consists mainly of collagen and elastin fibers, which provide elasticity, strength and resilience to the skin. These fibers are embedded in a gel-like substance that controls the skin's moisture balance and maintains volume. Fibroblasts are active cells that lie between the fiber networks and produce this tissue.

Hyaluronic acid, on the other hand, has the ability to store a lot of water and is an essential component of this gel-like substance between the fibers. This makes the skin more supple and the appearance becomes firmer and younger.

Skin regeneration

The constant renewal and regeneration of connective tissue depends on the formation of new collagen fibers. Collagen is a major structural protein that provides tissue elasticity and strength. It forms a structure that supports bones, tendons, skin and other tissues.

Free radicals are also formed in connective tissue during natural regeneration processes. Free radicals are aggressive substances with the ability to destroy cells and tissue. They can occur as byproducts of metabolism or from environmental factors such as UV rays, tobacco smoke and air pollution.

The body's own antioxidants should neutralize these free radicals before they can cause damage. Antioxidants are substances that can reduce the harmful effects of free radicals through their ability to donate or receive electrons. They serve as a kind of protective shield for the cells.

However, free radicals can form more quickly when skin is exposed to UV rays, tobacco smoke or air pollution. In such situations, certain enzymes can be activated that can attack and weaken the skin. This accelerates the aging process and can lead to wrinkles, pigment spots and other signs of aging.

Moisture of the skin

As we age, the body reduces the production of hyaluronic acid, a molecule that is responsible for moisture retention in the skin. This means that moisture is stored less effectively in the skin, which can lead to drier and sagging skin than when you were younger.

It is therefore crucial to promote the formation of new collagen fibers, fight free radicals and support moisture retention in the skin. This can be achieved through a healthy lifestyle, protecting yourself from UV rays, avoiding smoking and using antioxidant skin care products.

Why Déesse

Since 1971, Déesse Cosmetics has continuously developed new products with a focus on quality. The customer-friendly sales concept supports the company philosophy. The unique, nature-based products correspond to the latest scientific standards and offer safety and well-being in harmony with nature and the environment.


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Regine Grosch
Consulting & Sales
Déesse Kosmetik
Gütersbachweg 10
D-75323 Bad Wildbad


+49 (0)178 72 48 163


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