Which Skin Type Are You?

Updated: Nov 14, 2020

You’ve probably heard people talking about normal, oily, dry, combination, or sensitive skin types. But which one do you have? How can you tell & what can you do to keep it in tip top condition?


Your skin can change over time. For example, younger people are more likely than older people to have a normal skin type.


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Do you know your skintype?

What’s the difference between them all? 


Well, your skin type depends on certain things such as:


How much water is in your skin (which affects its comfort and elasticity)

How oily it is (which affects its softness)

How sensitive it is (which can cause all sorts of issues)




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Still Unsure?

Normal Skin Type


Your tends to be not too dry and not too oily.


Normal skin has:


Very few imperfections;

No severe sensitivity;

Barely visible pores;

A radiant complexion....


Make sure you are using a good Skincare System to maintain a healthy normal skin type. If you come across any issues, consult with an expert or advisor to see what can be done.




Combination Skin Type


Your skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). Many people have this type. It may need slightly different care in different areas.


Combination skin tends to have:


Pores that look larger than normal;

Blackheads/Whiteheads;

Shiny/Greasy skin...


If you have Combination skin, make sure you are using the right products with a great skincare system to keep it healthy. If you notice any changes then contact a consultant/advisor for further help & advice.



Dry Skin


You may have:


Almost invisible pores;

Dull, rough complexion;

Red patches. More visible lines....


Your skin can crack, peel, or become itchy, irritated, or inflamed. If it’s very dry, it can become rough and scaly, especially on the backs of your hands, arms, and legs.


Dry skin may be caused/made worse by:


1. Aging or hormona