Skin Types

Customising your skincare routine to your skin type will profoundly affect your appearance as dressing appropriately. Taking your skin type into account is always important, although the “one size fits all” rule can be applied to some apparel items.

This is because different skin types react differently to many factors, including products, environments, and even diet. Ignoring your skin type can result in a wide range of acute and long-term skin problems. Using products specifically designed for your skin type instead of over-the-counter options intended for everyone is essential for keeping your skin looking and feeling great. And learning about the options available is crucial to making the best purchase decision.

Skin Types

 1. Normal Skin

The skin of a normal kind is neither very oily nor overly dry. It’s easier to keep up and less vulnerable to damage from the outside world.

2. Dry Skin

Dry skin has a powdered appearance, is always peeling, and is often flaky. Tight and dehydrated, it won’t do your face any favours. Dry skin is more likely to react negatively to cosmetics. It is not uncommon for exfoliating serums and foamy face cleansers to aggravate dry skin.

3. Oily Skin

An overall greasiness characterises oily skin on the face. This occurs when the sebaceous glands in the skin become overactive, resulting in an abundance of sebum (oil) on the skin’s surface.

4. Combination Skin

The mixture skin type is characterised by an oily T-zone and dry cheeks. The oiliness and the dryness are adaptations to the climate, with the oiliness being more pronounced in the summer than in the winter.

5. Sensitive Skin

Products, meals, and environmental variables all cause more long-lasting reactions in those with sensitive skin.