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FAQ: skincare

Q: How do I know my skin type?

A: An easy way that you can do at home to find out your skin type is to wash your face with just water and wait about 10 ~ 15 minutes.

> If the skin feels a bit dry and tight afterwards, there is a good chance that you have normal ~ dry skin.
> Does your skin feel quite normal after washing and does it quickly become a bit greasy? Then you probably have more oily skin.
> Can you divide your face into zones where certain areas are always oily and other areas are always dry? Then you may have a combination skin type.


Or take the skin quiz here.

Q: I'm a newbie, what should I start with?

A: If you are new to the world of skin care, start with the basics. Namely, cleaning and moisturizing the skin daily. When you're ready to optimize your basic routine, add a toner and sunscreen in between.

Have you mastered the advanced basic routine now? Then you can proceed to the more extensive steps of skin care such as an essence, serum, etc..


Or do the routine test here.

Q: When will I know if a product works?

A: If you add a new product to the routine, you must have used this product for at least 1 month as described in order to see results. This is because the new skin cells are then visible.

Q: How do I recognize an allergy?

A: Do you experience a burning, itchy feeling and the skin becoming red and blotchy quite right after using a product? Then there is a good chance that you are having an allergic reaction.

Do you experience no itching and burning sensation, but the skin does look red, or do you have a tingling sensation after use? Then there may be other causes such as: blood circulation or a reaction when certain molecules penetrate deeper into the skin layers.

Q: What is pilling and how do I prevent it?

A: Pilling is the term for rolling and flaking of products on the face. This is often caused when you put products on top of each other before the first layer has been absorbed by the skin.

Patting the products well for absorption before applying the next layer can often prevent pilling.