Find Your Skin Type
Normal, sensitive, dry, combination, or oily? We are born with a certain type of skin, but other factors such as age, stress, weather, diet and the products that you use affect your skin's condition and therefore also its needs. Identifying your skin type is a great first step for your routine. Let us guide you.
Dry skin is often thin with small pores. Small lines of dryness are visible and it can feel tight. As dry skin has a weaker protective barrier and it can also be more sensitive.
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Sensitive skin flares up easily and blushes. It may itch, feel fragile or tight.
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Normal skin is balanced and feels neither dry or oily. The pores are small and the skin feels soft and supple.
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Combination skin is multiple skin types in one. Most common is to have an oily t-zone, which easily becomes shiny, while cheeks and neck are dry.
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Oily skin is characterized by enlarged pores, it quickly becomes shiny and gets blackheads and pimples more easily.
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Mature skin has fine lines, wrinkles and often pigmentation spots. It has less resilience and elasticity, becomes dry quickly and can feel fragile and dehydrated.
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