Skin types

Skin types


Skin types

Based on these characteristics, there are five types of healthy skin: normal, dry, oily, combination (both oily and dry skin) and sensitive

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  • Dry skin

    Dry is used to describe a skin type that produces less sebum than normal skin. As a result of the lack of sebum, dry skin lacks the lipids that it needs to retain moisture and build a protective shield against external influences.

  • Sensitive skin

    Sensitive skin is skin prone to inflammation. People with sensitive skin may have rosacea or contact dermatitis, a type of red, itchy rash. Sensitive skin may also be especially prone to stinging or burning. 

  • Mature skin

    Mature skin usually has a duller complexion. It may be dry and pale, have open pores, or hyperpigmentation. People with a matured skin may also have noticeable wrinkles due to thinner or drier skin.

  • Problematic skin
  • Combined skin

    Your skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). 

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