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Skin Types: What's Yours?

Did you know that the skin type is generally determined by genetics to the extent that they are responsible for various skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis and even wrinkles in some cases? However, other internal and external factors do make an impact. It is important to know your skin type to nourish and protect your skin the right way.

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Four basic types of SKIN

  • Normal

  • Dry

  • Oily

  • Combination

Invest in your SKIN. It's going to represent you for a very long time

Normal Skin

This Skin type is a well-balanced skin with no blemishes. Those with this type of skin have a radiant complexion with fine or no pores and less prone to sensitivity

Dry Skin

This skin type produces less sebum than normal skin. Those with this type of skin have dull/rough complexion with almost invisible pores, red patches, and more visible lines.

External factors such as weather, UV rays, smoking, etc. might worsen the skin condition in this case.

Oily Skin

This skin type produces more sebum than normal skin. Basically, oily skin is a genetic condition but can be influenced by factors such as a change in hormones or stress. Those with this type of skin have dull/shiny complexion with enlarged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples

Combination Skin

This skin type is a combination of dryness and oiliness. Those with this type of skin have a shiny complexion with large pores and blackheads. Often, T-zone ( forehead, chin, and nose ) areas possess oily skin and other areas like cheek and jowl are dry.




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