The skin is the largest organ of the body and one of the most vulnerable to abuse
No matter your skin type or condition, YAFFA Skin Care offers products that will keep your skin looking and feeling its best, regardless of your skin type or condition.
Dry Skin: is characterized by the appearance of flakiness and fine lines, especially around the eyes and mouth. DRY SKIN LACKS MOISTURE as a result of under-functioning sebaceous glands. YAFFA Mineral-based Treatment products are formulated to restore moisture and maintain the skin's delicate moisture balance.
Dry & Sensitive Skin: To meet the needs of sensitive skin, YAFFA has responded with superior formulations specifically designed to neutralize the hyperreactivity of sensitive skin. Introducing exclusive formulas contain key ingredients guaranteed to bring maximum benefits, comfort and shooting effects on sensitive skin.
Oily skin: Has a tendency to develop blackheads, whiteheads, and enlarged pores. An oily skin condition is caused by over-functioning sebaceous glands. Because pores can be clogged with make-up waste products and pollution, as well as excess oil, YAFFA products maintain the skin's mineral balance which helps dry up excess oil from the skin and also restore the skin’s moisture.
Problem/Oily skin: is characterized by an oily and shiny appearance with a tendency to develop blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples. Surface dryness may also be experienced due to improper cleansing with alkaline soap or harsh acetone-based astringents. YAFFA products for oily skin are carefully designed to counteract oiliness and fight pimple-causing bacteria, without drying out the surface of the skin.
Eye area care: Because the eye area has no surrounding oil glands first become visible in this area dryness, fine lines and other signs of aging. That's why it demands special care - cleansing, nourishing, protecting and in In some cases, concealing, puffiness and dark circles.
Cell Renewal: Skin has the natural ability to renew itself every 28 days. However, as we age, the natural renewal process slows down and the aging process is further accelerated by the inability of the skin to maintain the flow of minerals through the blood. The result is wrinkles and skin with a yellowish/gray tone.YAFFA cell renewal care is based on the principle of stimulation, deep cleansing, mineralization, exfoliation, hydration, and protection.
Common skin disorders
Blackhead: A "plug" of oil filling the pilosebaceous orifice, blackened debris caused by oxidation.
Whitehead: A small deposit of keratin, covered by a thin layer of epidermal cells.
Acne: Acne the skin has the same appearance as oily skin, it is especially common in Adolescents, but also found in adults. The first signs of acne usually occur during puberty when there is an increase in the hormone, androgen, which stimulates oil production in the sebaceous glands. Blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and pustules are present and become infected with bacteria. With proper care, acne can be kept under control.
Rosacea: This condition is characterized by excessive oiliness of the skin. The nose and cheeks are most frequently affected. The face will have a flushed appearance and, if neglected, the skin can become lumpy where the pustules and papules are formed. It is often referred to as Acne Rosacea but should not be confused with Acne. It usually doesn't appear before the age of 35. Rosacea can be aggravated by the consumption of too much alcohol and spicy food. Gentle, soothing treatments are most beneficial in treating Rosacea.
Dry Skin: Dry skin it is usually due to underactive sebaceous (oil) glands that produce sebum which lubricates the skin. The skin appears tight, dull in color with visible lines and wrinkles and is dehydrated. It may also become dry due to too much sun and wind exposure, harsh soaps, poor diet, lack of fluid intake, medication, environmental factors, and aging. As a person ages, the body processes slow down and cells are not replaced as rapidly. Dead Sea minerals can be very effective in stimulating the metabolism of the skin. Treatments at home with YAFFA products for dry skin can help alleviate the dryness.
Oily Skin: Oily skin is caused by excess production of the sebaceous (oil) glands; the skin tends to be thicker in texture. The skin has enlarged pores that may be filled with excess oil and waste products. Comedones and whiteheads are present. The skin is sallow in a shiny appearance. It is more prone to pimples and blemishes due to excess oil production, but less prone to wrinkles and fine lines, as the oil, helps to keep moisture in the skin.
Combination: This is one of the most common skin types. It is characterized by the presence of two different Skin conditions. For example, on the forehead, nose, and chin are oily, but the rest of the face is normal to dry. The areas must be treated separately or with products specially formulated for combination skin.
Sensitive: Skin that readily reacts to a variety of factors such as specific chemicals, airborne pollution Skin or certain skincare ingredients causing blotchiness, breakouts or excessive dryness.
Couperose: This skin type is characterized by broken capillaries that can be seen beneath Skin the surface of the skin. These small red veins are usually more prominent in thin skin. Extremes of heat and cold on the face, strong alcoholic beverages, and spicy foods affect the veins.
Dermatitis: A general term for inflammation of the skin. A common form of this condition is contact dermatitis it is the skin's reaction to a specific allergen, i.e. jewelry, makeup, fabrics, etc.
Dehydrated: A skin may have sufficient amounts of oil, but still feels dry and flaky, due to a lack of water in the skin. Skin dehydrated skin is prone to fine lines and wrinkles. The skin appears to be thin and it may appear to be thin and fine in texture, but coarse to the touch. Dehydration may be present in all skin categories.
Eczema: A generic term for an acute or chronic inflammatory condition that often includes dryness and scaly skin; frequently accompanied by sensations of itching and/or burning.