- No open pores
- Under active sebaceous glands
- Prone to lines and deep wrinkles
- Usually fine texture
A dry skin lacks sebum (oil). The result is a dry and low-fat skin condition that tends to form wrinkles. The result is a dry and low-fat skin condition that tends to form wrinkles. In addition, the skin is thinner and more permeable. The ideal treatment for dry skin replaces what is most lacking this skin type: the Sebumfilm and humidity. Regular facials will also encourage superficial retention of nutritious elements from the products.