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Normal Skin

Normal skin is the happy medium of skin types. It's not too oily or too dry and produces a healthy amount of oil without making your face feel greasy in the middle of the day. Normal skin is probably the most tolerant type when it comes to choosing products, but it's still prone to dryness and irritation from products that are too harsh. Read more...

Combination Skin

Combination skin needs special attention because it has a blend of oily and dry patches. The centre panel or T-zone, across the forehead and down the nose and chin, tends to be oily and needs to be treated like oily skin. However, the other areas are prone to dryness and flakiness from lack of moisture and need to be treated like dry skin. Read more...

Sensitive Skin

It's easy to know if you have oily, dry skin or combo skin, but how about sensitive skin? Though the hallmarks of sensitive skin are persistent dryness, flakiness and redness, sensitive skin is more than a list of symptoms.
Sensitive skin is when irritation occurs, no matter what types of products you are using, such as moisturizer, sun block, makeup, etc. While sensitive skin is fairly common, people tend to be overly cautious about labeling their skin as sensitive. Read more...

Oily Skin

If you have oily skin, you are prone to acne, blackheads and spots. Your skin probably looks shiny and thick. Just as with any skin type, following a healthy skin care routine can help reduce skin problems. Read more...

Dry Skin

Do you have dry, tight and sensitive skin on your face? Does it feel uncomfortably dried out, and look flaky and sometimes red, itchy and sore? Then your skin type is dry. Whether you have always had dry skin or it's the winter weather or harsh skin care products that's caused this, there's no need to worry. Read more...

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