4 Nimue Skin Classification – find out what is your skin type

The first step on your Healthy Skin Journey is to know your skin type. Nimue is known for its expert understanding of the skin and the effective treatment of various skin conditions.
Nimue Skin Classifiaction
Nimue Skin Classifiaction
LONDON - Feb. 8, 2021 - PRLog -- The modern and innovative Nimue skin classification looks at overall skin health, skin health improvement and maintenance instead of traditional skin types in order to treat the underlying causes instead of visible symptoms.
Nimue Skin Classification:
  • environmentally damaged skin
  • Problematic skin
  • sensitive skin / interactive range
  • hyper-pigmentation

Nimue Environmentally Damaged Skin

Environmentally damaged skin results from a history of overexposure to environmental elements. Environmentally Damaged Skin can be caused by many factors. These include over-exposure to the sun, living in a very cold climate, general pollution, stress and of course, smoking. The signs of this skin type are lots of brown spots ("liver spots") loss of bounce in the skin and signs of premature ageing (that is, serious lines and wrinkles). You may have a dull skintone, freckles in abundance and red-coloured patches. Using products for this skin type must be accompanied by changes in lifestyle, if at all possible.

Nimue Problematic Skin

Problematic skin, also classified as acne affects people of all races and ethnic groups and sometimes persists well into adulthood.The contributing factors for problematic skin may include genetics, hormones, hygiene, incorrect use of skincare products, stripping of the skin's natural oil barrier, diet, stress, sleep patterns, medication, solar exposure and smoking. Statistics show that 70% – 80% of the population suffer from different forms of problematic skin and acne.

Hyperpigmented Skin

Pigmentation development in the skin is influenced by of a number of internal and external factors, one of the most influential being UV radiation. Hyperpigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin. Hyperpigmentation can affect the skin color of people of any race.

Nimue sensitive skin / interactive range

Sensitive skin is a common issue but not a medical diagnosis in itself. The term generally refers to skin that is more prone to inflammation or adverse reactions. People with sensitive skin may have strong reactions to chemicals, dyes, and fragrances present in products that come into contact with the skin.

To determine if it's sensitive skin, he or she will probably ask you if you experience some common symptoms.
  • Your skin is reactive.
  • You notice some redness.
  • Your skin is itchy.
  • You feel stinging and burning.
  • Your skin is dry.
  • You often develop rashes.
  • You're prone to breakouts.
  • Your skin flakes and peels

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