UNDERSTAND YOUR SKIN TYPE

Hello, for today's topic, we're gonna cover about your own skin type. Some people doesn't know what type of skin they have. All they know whether their skin is normal or not. Shocking to you, today we're gonna cover 5 types of skin type that people usually have. Let's get start it!

NORMAL SKIN

Most people have normal skin. Normal skin is usually neither oily nor dry so you can say that it have a good balance of moisture. Few discoloration on the skin ? It's normal but it is also have even tone to the skin. Usually, people with normal skin are blemish free and their skin appears to be smooth. Normal skin is what most people say, SKIN GOALS but! to maintain its good condition, it's important to minimize its exposure to the sun.

OILY SKIN

Surprise! surprise ! If your skin appears to be oily, remember that it is not caused by dirt. Human hormones increase during adolescence and stimulate the sebaceous glands of the skin which enlarge, produce oil and plug the pores. If your skin appears to be shiny, that's mean you have oily skin. Oily skin is also prone to acne and blackhead.

DRY SKIN

Dry skin is a very common condition that causes small fine flakes, dry or red patches. Dry skins have tight appearance and makes it looks dull or lackluster. Bad things about dry skin is that lines may develop easily like wrinkles, yikes!

SENSITIVE SKIN

The term sensitive skin is commonly used to describe a reduced tolerance to make-up and personal care products on the face and body—but it can mean a lot of things to different women. In general, sensitive skin usual have blotchy patches, redness spots, broken capillaries and it may feel itchy. Most of these classifications are focused on facial skin, even though women experience symptoms of sensitive skin on other parts of the body as well. Concerning the skin below your face, irritant contact dermatitis is the most common type of sensitive skin.

COMBINATION SKIN

Combination skin is simply having oily and dry skin in some areas of your face. Typically, there's a mix of oily and dry areas on different parts of your face, with the t-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) being slightly to very oily. Combination skin leads to large pores and it is prone to blackhead.

So there you go! 5 skin type for you to understand. This info is really helpful for those that are confuse with their own skin type. Understand better your skin type can really be a big help to you when buying certain skincare or cosmetic products.

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