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Your skin

We can divide the skin into types and conditions.

You can be born with a normal skin type, but due to changes such as stress, diet, age and other environmental factors, our skin can change to, for example, dry skin type or oily skin type.

Skin conditions and concerns can occur to anyone regardless of skin type. Although some concerns are more common in skin type A than skin type B. Such as pigmentation and fine lines that are more common with dry skin, while acne is more common with oily skin.

Below you can see 5 types of skin and the dehydrated skin depicted because this is often confused with combination skin.  +Take the skin type test here.

#1. Normal [type]: not dry, not oily, not sensitive, not tight, no or less pimples/acne, no or less fine lines, makeup does not run out easily. - No obvious skin troubles.
Tip: it is important to hydrate the skin and lock the moisture.

#2. Dry [type]: small pores, fine lines, flaky skin, pigmentation spots.
Tip: it is important to hydrate the skin and lock the moisture.

#3. Oily [type]: T-zone produces a lot of sebum, suffer from large pores, breakouts.
Tip: sebum regulation, moisturize and lock moisture.

#4. Combination [type]: U-zone is normal to dry, T-zone is oily. - Clear difference between zones.
Tip: separate the oily areas with other areas. Use different products for the two zones. Also do not unnecessarily touch the oily zones.

#5. Sensitive [type]: the skin is thin, it turns red easily and suffers from visible blood vessels.
Tip: use gentle products suitable for sensitive skin.

#6. Dehydrated [concern]: the skin barrier is damaged, making the skin sensitive. It suffers from fine lines and acne.
Tip: use gentle, hydrating essence/serums to promote skin recovery.

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