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http://www.sachacosmetics.com by Kamla Regrello TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 SKIN CARE 4 UNDERSTANDING YOUR SKIN 4 CLEANSERS 6 TONERS 6 DAILY MOISTURIZERS (with Sunscreen) 7 MOISTURIZERS 7 NIGHT MOISTURIZERS 7 NIGHT MOISTURIZERS (with Alpha Hydroxy Acids) 8 SKIN LIGHTENERS 9 COMEDOGENIC INGREDIENTS FOUNDATIONS 10 11 CHOOSING THE RIGHT FOUNDATION 13 LIQUID FOUNDATIONS 14 CREAM FOUNDATIONS 14 DUAL ACTIV POWDER FOUNDATION: 14 HOW DO I USE MY FOUNDATION? 15 CONCEALER 16 POWDERS 17 EYES 18 EYESHADOW 18 MASCARA 20 EYELINER 21 CHEEKS 23 BLUSH 23 LIPS 24 LIPSTICK 24 LIP GLOSS 25…show more content…
The pigment called melanin is found in this layer. Melanin protects the sensitive cells beneath, from the harmful effects of the sun. The greater the exposure to sunlight the greater the production of melanin. 2. The dermis or the inner layer is located just under the epidermis. This layer is highly sensitive because it contains nerve endings. It also contains numerous blood vessels, lymph vessels, sweat glands, sebaceous glands and hair follicles. These are held together by collagen and elastin fibers, which together give the skin its strength and resilience. Page 4 Back to the Table of Contents. Previous Next page http://www.sachacosmetics.com by Kamla Regrello continued: SKIN CARE Each hair follicle has a sebaceous gland, which produces sebum. Excess sebum makes your skin look and feel oily. If the neck of a sebaceous gland is clogged, sebum accumulates, giving rise to acne. A deficiency in the production of sebum produces dry skin. Your teenage years could be your best time or your worst time depending on your hormonal activity. Generally, puberty is a bad time for your skin. If you are spared the onslaught of acne and pimples usually associated with the teenage years, then more than likely your 20’s and 30’s should be trouble free. During your 20’s your skin should look its best. It can however be adversely affected by allergies, hormonal imbalances, stress, and exposure to the elements. In your

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