What's my Skin Type?
What skin type are you? Normal, Dry, Oily, Combination or Sensitive skin.
Skin type is an important factor to consider when it comes to maintaining healthy and youthful-looking skin. Understanding your skin type can help you choose the right skincare products and treatments that are most effective for you. In this article, we'll discuss the five main skin types and how to identify which one you have.
How to tell my skin type
If your skin doesn’t feel hot or cold, feels moisturized but not shiny or red.
Your skin type is: Normal
If your entire face looks shiny or feels greasy to the touch
Your skin type is: Oily
If your skin looks flakey or feels itchy and tight
Your skin type is: Dry
If your skin looks shiny in the T-zone, but nowhere else
Your skin type is: Combination
If your skin appears red or inflamed or easily becomes red or inflamed
Your skin type is: Sensitive
Also referred to as 'Balanced Skin', a person with normal skin has a balanced oil and moisture content, with no visible pores or blemishes. The skin is smooth and has a healthy, even tone. If you have normal skin, you can use a variety of skincare products without worrying about irritation or dryness.
All of our products are designed for Normal Skin.
Oily skin is characterized by excess sebum production, which can lead to enlarged pores, blackheads, and acne. People with oily skin often have a shiny, greasy appearance. To manage oily skin, it's important to use products that control oil production, such as cleansers, toners, and moisturizers that are oil-free or non-comedogenic.
Dry skin is characterized by a lack of oil and moisture, which can result in flaky, itching, and redness. People with dry skin may also have fine lines and wrinkles. To manage dry skin, it's important to use products that are hydrating and moisturizing, such as creams and lotions.
Combination skin is a combination of oily and dry skin, with some areas of the face being oily and others being dry. The most common areas of the face that are oily are the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin), while the cheeks are dry. To manage combination skin, it's important to use different products for different areas of the face.
Sensitive skin is characterized by easily irritated and inflamed skin that is prone to redness, itching, and dryness. People with sensitive skin should avoid using products that contain harsh chemicals or fragrances, and instead use products that are specifically formulated for sensitive skin.
All of our products are designed for sensitive skin.
Identifying your skin type is the first step in creating a personalized skincare routine that will keep your skin looking and feeling its best. Whether you have normal, oily, dry, combination, or sensitive skin, there are products and treatments that are specially formulated to meet your unique needs. Remember to always patch test products before using them, and consult a dermatologist if you have any concerns.