Sebum: The oil production is steered genetically as well as through hormones and your metabolism. Find out what internal factors make your skin produce more sebum, e.g. diet, hormones, stress, sleep, etc
Hydration: Hydration is also partially steered internally but can be also improved through good skincare.
How it works
The LEZAY App measures your skin moisture and sebum, scans your current skin condition and recods internal and external factors that influences your skin health
How well your skin is hydrated and how much sebum it produces
How your skin concerns such as blemishes, acne, hyperpigmentation, etc. develop
How effective your currently used skincare is
How your current lifestyle such as diet, hours of sleep and stress level influences your skin
Our App helps you find out:
SEBUM: The Sebum level of your skin indicates how much ‘oil’ your skin produces in its pores. This oil is given to the skin’s surface and forms with the water that circulates within and around the cells a water-oil-barrier. The more oil your skin produces the better the water can be hold within your skin, the better your skin is hydrated. In the same time a more active oil production causes blemishes and large pores, because the oil blocks the pores.
HYDRATION: The Hydration level of your skin indicates how much water your skin is able to store within the skin tissue. As mentioned above the hydration is directly dependent of your skin’s oil production. The more oil, the stronger is the water-oil-barrier of your skin and the less water can diffuse. A good hydrated skin appears firm and smooth and is less susceptible to wrinkles and other signs of aging.
SKIN TYPES: The sebum and hydration level of your skin determine which skin type you have. If the oil production is balanced, your skin is perfectly hydrated and we call this a ‘normal skin’. If your oil production is too strong, your skin is mostly well hydrated but has often problems with large pores, blemishes and acne. We call this a ‘oily skin’. If your oil production is too weak, your skin suffers hydration and is susceptible to wrinkles. This is known as a ‘dry skin’. And of course there is the ‘combination skin’ where different face areas show different sebum and hydration levels.