How to find your skin type
Before you decide to treat your skin, it’s essential to know its strengths and weaknesses, then choose products and treatments accordingly.
When choosing what to use on your skin though, it’s important to know your skin type.
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- Oily skin:
Has large pores and shiny skin, especially on the T-Zone (forehead, nose and chin), skin tends to be thicker, with rough, irregular texture and coloring, is prone to blackheads and spots.
- Normal Skin:
Has medium size pores, looks clear with even color, feels soft and bouncy to the touch. Isn’t tight or greasy, doesn’t feel uncomfortable or irritated, isn’t essentially prone to blackheads or spots
- Combination skin:
The only difference between this andnormal skin is that combination skin, which the majority of women are thought to have, has an oilier T-zone and may be prone to breakouts there, cheeks tend to be normal, possibly a little on the dry side, especially in winter.
- Dry skin:
Has fine pores, feels flaky or rough, sometimes with red patches, feel tight and sometimes irritated after washing, especially if you have used soaps or been in a dry atmosphere for some time, fine lines develop early around the eye area.
- Very dry/ Mature skin:
Has fine pores, feels tight, has visible wrinkles and broken capillaries, skin is slacker on the cheeks and jawline.
- Sensitive skin:
Has fine pores, feels tends to be thin and the prone to broken capillaries, flushes easily, is inclined to rashes and irritation, can extend to any skin type.
Final word, Beauty is much more than skin deep, but I have always believed that healthy, radiant skin is the icing of the cake.