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Find Your Skin Type

Normal Skin:

Widely known as well balanced skin or what we could call eudermic skin.  Your T-Zone (chin, nose, and forehead) may produce a little bit more sebum, but overall sebum production is neither too oily or too dry.

How to identify:

  • Small to Medium Pores
  • Soft + Smooth Texture
  • Fresh Color
  • No Blemishes

Dry Skin:

Dry skin is a skin type that produces less sebum than normal skin.  The result of low sebum production results in your lipid layer not producing enough lipids to retain the hydration to build that protective layer to keep elements out of your skin pores.  With your barrier compromised leaves you with dry skin known as xerosis.

How to identify:

  • Very Small or Invisible Pores
  • Tight +Dull Texture
  • Needs extra water retention
  • No Oil Production

Oily Skin:

Well known as overproduction of sebum or also called seborrhea.  Oily skin will look shiny, usually have blemishes, which are blocked pores. Oily skin needs help balancing its sebum production.

How to identify:

  • Large + Visible Pores
  • Shine appears in the morning

Combination Skin:

Combo skin is the cause of overproduction of sebum in the T-Zone (chin, nose, and forehead) accompanied by dry skin in over areas. Which is caused by low sebum production and lipid layer not retaining hydration.

How to identify Oily- Normal:

  • Medium to large pores
  • Pores visible on nose and cheeks
  • Shine in the middle of the day
  • Oily T-Zone, Dry cheeks

How to identify Dry-Normal:

  • Very small pores
  • Shine appears at end of the day
  • Normal T-Zone, Dry cheeks