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Who has not dreamed of having normal skin, quite simply? Neither too greasy, nor too dry, normal skin is soft, even, without any imperfections and it resists relatively well to external aggressions like sudden changes in temperature. But do not trust appearances: normal skins also need attention because they tend to change over time into dry skin, the type of skin most quickly affected by ageing.  How does one take care of this type of skin on a daily basis? How to slow down the signs of ageing? Read our “normal skin” file, for advice and explanations.

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The epidermis: a barrier against aggressions

The epidermis is the outer layer of skin cells. It plays a protective role against the attacks which the body has to constantly face, day and night.
Daily assaults of the epidermis
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The dermis, second layer of the skin

The dermis is a true support for the epidermis, to which it is attached by a junction called dermo-epidermal. It helps with:

feeding the skin cells
the elimination of waste
the regulation of the bloo...

The hypodermis, last layer of the skin

The hypodermis can be compared to a fatty cushion protecting from shocks. It helps maintain the body temperature and supports structures like the hair roots. This deep layer acts as an interface betwe...

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