What skin type do you have? Do you really Know?

Ascertaining your skin type is an important first step in knowing how to treat your skin properly and get the best results, what products to use, how often do I use them, which ones do I use first and how do I get perfect skin? Everyone's skin is normal to them, but in order to care for diverse skin types, we often group skin into categories, but skin type is not something that is set in stone, Because everyone's skin is unique, the first step is to identify your skin type and any trouble areas. The most common skin types are dry, sensitive, oily and combination and they all have  multiple variations to it like the time of year, weather, changes in the seasons, age stress, hormones and environmental factors. 

Step 1  Know your skin type 

 

To determine your skin type based on your natural skin's characteristics, how do we tell this? Remove make-up.  Wash with a gentle cleanser and pat dry.  This cleans away oils and dirt that may have accumulated during your day, giving your skin a fresh start. Do not over wash though, this will strip the skin. Wait an hour after washing your face, don't apply any products, just give yourself a facial cleanse  and let your skin return to its natural state

 

WHAT DO YOU SEE? 

Determine your skin type based on your skin's natural characteristics. Notice how your skin feels. It’s important to notice how your skin feels,the texture of your skin can reveal a lot about its essential nature.

The following are the different skin types:  Normal, Oily, Combination, Sensitive , Dry 

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                           Determine your skin type: 1

 Notice how your skin feels. The texture of your skin can reveal a lot about its essential nature.

Combination skin: Combination skin usually feels oily in the T-zone (the area that includes your forehead, nose and chin) but dry everywhere else. It can also be oily and dry in different locations, but if you notice two or more different textures on your face, it is a sign that you are dealing with combination skin.

Sensitive skin: Sensitive skin usually feels itchy, patchy, dry and can sometimes sting.

Normal skin: Normal skin feels even and balanced. It’s neither too dry nor too oily or sensitive.

Oily skin: Oily skin will feel greasy and shiny all over. If you feel like you are constantly reaching for the oil blotting sheets, this means you probably have oily skin.

Dry skin: Dry skin will feel tight and dry. It is normal for it to be flaky and crack, especially in the winter months.

                       Determine your skin type: 3.

                Notice how your skin feels after cleansing

Combination skin

After cleansing, combination skin will often feel clean, refreshed and oil-free around the nose area but tight and dry around the cheeks.

Sensitive skin: Sensitive skin will often feel clean and a bit dry after washing but the cleanser may trigger itching and irritation to occur. When this happens frequently and with a range of products, it is a sign of sensitive skin.

Normal skin: People with normal skin will feel clean and clear after cleansing. They might still be in need of a little moisturizer, but overall the skin doesn’t  Feel too parched or sensitive.

Oily skin: After cleansing, oily skin will feel clean and oil-free, almost the only time it feels that way. Shortly after cleansing, oil will return.

Dry skin: For dry skin, cleansing can dry out the skin leaving it feeling taut and dehydrated.

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                           Determine your skin type: 2.

Take a look at your pores. Your pores are also big indicators of your skin type. Their size and and tendency to get clogged can tell you a lot about your skin and its oil production.

Combination skin: If pores are large and often clogged around the nose but are small and unnoticeable on the cheeks and other areas of the face, this is a sign of combination skin.

Sensitive skin: People with sensitive skin often have normal to large pores, but it will depend on the day and if a reaction to a product or other irritant has occurred.

Normal skin: For people with normal skin, their pores are usually unnoticeable.

Oily skin: People with oily skin often struggle with large pores that get easily clogged from sweat and oils the body secretes. Daily enzymatic exfoliation is essential to promote cell turnover and prevent sebum buildup in pores. A gentle physical exfoliator (that does not use abrasives such as crushed nuts or seeds that can cause tiny tears in the dermis) is also useful for balancing the tone and texture of your skin.

Dry skin: People with dry skin typically have small pores that often feel tight.

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                                      Determine your skin type: 4. 

                        Think about how often you need moisturizer.

Almost everyone needs moisturizer to keep their skin healthy and hydrated, but how often you need it can indicate how good your skin is at staying hydrated on its own and what type of skin you are dealing with.

 

Combination skin: People with combination skin will frequently need to apply moisturizer to some areas of their face that are drying out (often the cheeks) but will rarely need it on other, oilier areas (like the T-zone).
 

Sensitive skin: Sensitive skin usually requires moisturizer somewhat frequently but it’s hard to find one that doesn’t irritate the skin and cause a reaction.

Normal skin: People with normal skin won’t need to apply moisturizer very often throughout the day as the skin stays fairly moisturized on its own.

Oily skin: For people with oily skin, moisturizer tends to make their skin even oilier so they don’t need it very often throughout the day.

Dry skin: Dry skin demands a lot of moisturizer throughout the day, and it is especially needed upon waking or after cleansing the face.

 

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