The first step in any skin treatment is to identify the skin type of the client. The most characteristic features of oily and combination skin are:
Combination skin develops excess sebum only in certain areas; this hypersecretion of sebum is usually located around the chin, nose and forehead (called the T-Zone).
Oily or oil-prone skin tends to show dehydration caused by a lack of water in the tissues. People who have oily skin often use “drying” products to remove the shine from their complexion. This causes the epidermis to lose its natural protection, its natural moisturising factor, accelerating the appearance of wrinkles and pigment spots.
In addition, the first sessions of abrasive mechanical exfoliation with products from lines that are not specialised for oily skin give very good results at first, but, in the long term, this type of treatment leaves the skin too thin and can cause the opposite effect, reactivating the hypersecretion of the sebaceous glands with an even greater force. The result is an increase in the brightness of the skin, which becomes more sensitive and reddens easily, making it even more difficult to treat professionally.
The Dermo Contrôle line has been formulated to avoid this type of problem: its products tackle cutaneous dysfunctions and maintain healthy skin for longer without aggravating it.
Taking into account all these criteria, the ANESI Dermo Contrôle line has been formulated to provide a regulating treatment for sebum, lacking detergent ingredients.
The most important active ingredients in the Dermo Contrôle line are based on the latest technological advances in the cosmetics industry: the Cytobiol Iris Complex and the Vidalys Oily Skin Complex.
The main functions of DERMO CONTRÔLE are: