Basically healthy and pH stabilized. It is neither too oily nor too dry with no skin eruptions. It requires only routine care.
T-Zone-Type oiliness with some dry areas. It has a fine skin texture with fine pore size. Oiliness occurs within three hours of thorough cleansing on the forehead nose and chin.
Reacts to environmental stimuli and suffers from poor cellular respiration. Rashes and sporadic breakouts occur on the cheeks, chin and near mucous membranes. Circulation is usually sluggish, contributing to the pale, sometimes shallow appearance.
Suffers from more than T-Zone oiliness. The skin is not necessarily toxic, but naturally produces an excess of sebaceous matter. This condition is characterized as having normal to enlarged pores and sporadic breakouts due to excess oil protein and keratinized matter.
Usually found when oiliness has been present from a young age until adulthood. The pores are normal to enlarged and the sebaceous glands overproduce to compensate for dehydration. Oily/dehydrated skin has excellent lubricity, but lacks water content in the stratum corneum-or horny layer.
Oily/Acneic: Problematic skin:
The surface of the skin is highly toxic with enlarged pores and a thick texture. This condition suffers from excessive oiliness and inflammation.
Suffers from dehydration and defatting of the skin in the stratum corneum or horny layer. Dehydration occurs when water is lost from the surface of the skin and is not adequately replenished by water from the epidermis. A major demarcation of dry skin is excessive shedding. This condition has a transparent or thin texture and closed, tight pores.
Toxic, dehydrated, defatted and congested with an uneven pale/ruddy coloration. This condition suffers from poor circulation respiration and reacts to environmental stimuli. Circulation is sluggish.
Extremely dry and completely under nourished. This condition is chronically flaky, dehydrated and defatted with poor lubricity.
Thick in texture with a yellowish complexion with poor circulation. This condition is dehydrated and defatted with a waxy build-up on the Stratum Corneum.
Suffers from poor cellular respiration and reacts with environmental stimuli. The skin is toxic bordering on problematic. It is identified by enlarged pores and sporadic breakouts. A pale, sallow complexion is common.
Thick, leather-like texture that shows signs of sun damage. It is photo aged, dehydrated and defatted. This condition is marked by fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and lips, crepe-like skin under the eyes, and horizontal lines on the forehead.