Normal skin

The term “normal” is generally used to describe a balanced complexion. The technical term for healthy skin is eudermy.


The sebum production, regeneration, exfoliation, blood circulation and moisture balance of normal skin are balanced. However, since most people's sebum production is either too strong (oily skin) or too weak (dry skin), normal skin is relatively rare and is usually only found in younger people. As we age, normal skin can become dry.

Possible effects on your biomarkers

The T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) can be slightly oily with normal skin, but the sebum and moisture levels are balanced and the skin is neither too oily nor too dry. This means that the biomarkers moisture and fat content are in their natural biological balance (ideal state).


[+] Fine pores

[+] Good blood circulation

[+] Good blood circulation

[+] A velvety, delicate and supple texture

[+] An evenly fresh and rosy color

[+] No impurities

[+] Not prone to sensitivity