How To Find Out Your Skin Type

NOTE: You may have one or more of these skin types. T-zone (Forehead to nose areas) may be / feel different that the rest of your face.

DRY SKIN:

Normally if you have dry skin, you may have one or more of the following:
-Patches of dry skin flakes
-Irritation / Redness
-Skin may feel tight year round
-More visible lines / wrinkles
-Small / almost invisible pores
-Dulll / rough complexion
*If you have dry skin, you are more prone to having sensitive skin in addition

NORMAL SKIN:

-May have few to no imperfections (Meaning pimples / acne)
-May have little to no pores
-Not too oily / dry

OILY SKIN:

Normally if you have oily skin, you may have one or more of the following:
-Enlarged pores
-Shiny complexion (You might look greasy / sweaty)
-Blackheads / pimples (Oily skin types are also more prone to acne)
-Depending on time of year, you may be more greasy
SENSITIVE SKIN:
If you have sensitive skin you may experience one or more of the following:
-Redness (Certain products may cause irritation)
-Itching / Burning when using certain product (Such as, but not limited to; face washes, lotions, etc.)
-Dryness on skin (Sometimes a result of dry skin)

COMBINATION SKIN:

You can have a combination of any of the previously mentioned skin types.
For example:
-You may have dry skin, but your T-zone area is oily, or vise versa.
In which case, treat each area of your face according to its type.

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