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This quiz was designed by a master esthetician to help you better understand your skin type, skincare goals, and the products that will help your skin reach its full potential.
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Dry skin is often due to a lack of oil production. The follicles are usually small, and the sebum is minimal. Dry skin is more sensitive because the acid mantle and barrier function are not as healthy due to the lack of lipids.
Proper products, routine, and hydration will help keep dry skin clean and balanced. The power and effectiveness of moisturizing are unmatched and an essential product in a dry skin routine.
Oily skin can have causes ranging from climate to genetics to even using too many products. Oily skin typically results from excess sebum production, which can cause clogged pores and blemishes.
Proper products, exfoliation, and water-based hydrators will help keep oily skin clean and balanced. Choosing clean products that are non-comedogenic can help keep your skin balanced.
Combination skin is the most common skin type of all. You are oily in your T-zone, caused by your glands being more active and releasing excessive sebum in that area. On the contrary, you have dry skin in some areas that need extra attention when retaining moisture.
Using non-comedogenic products and treating the skin depending on its specific needs will help combination skin flourish.
Sensitive skin often is genetic or can stem from using the wrong products that may be too harsh for your skin. With this skin type, the skin is more reactive than usual due to how your lipid barrier is made and easily irritated.
Using gentle, non-comedogenic products that won’t be too harsh for your skin will be essential to protecting the skin’s barrier. Avoid using anything that has dyes or fragrances, and stick to using a line of products with clean ingredients.
Normal skin can often appear to look perfect. It is neither oily nor dry and doesn’t require much help to fix the occasional problematic areas. Even though normal skin requires less attention, it still requires maintenance to protect the skin’s natural barrier.
Proper maintenance includes a regular cleanse, exfoliation, moisturizer, and SPF to maintain a healthy skin balance and reduce any imperfections or signs of aging.