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Do you know Your Skin Type?

Why it's necessary to know your skin types? The first step towards beautiful skin is working out what your skin type is.

This is necessary so that you can work out how to care for your skin, and what products you should use. Hence you need to know your skin type. Here is some general information on skin types to help you know about your skin type:

Normal Skin Type:

Normal skin does not feel dry or oily. Pores are visible but not large or clogged. After a wash it feels smooth and comfortable. At midday it still looks fresh and clean. Only occasionally break out in spots. This is soft and natural skin with small to medium pore size. Normal skin is usually firm and elastic. Caring for normal skin type recommended products:

Dry Skin Type:

Dry skin has a thin and papery texture. It feels dry to touch. The pores are very fine. After a wash it feels tight, as though it is too small for the face. By midday flaky patches appear. Hardly ever break out in spots. Dry skin is will small pore size. Caring for dry skin type recommended products:

Oily Skin Type:

Oily skin is with larger and more visible pores. Oily skin looks shiny and also has a sort of hardness to it that goes beyond the nice firmness of normal skin

Caring for Oily Skin Type:

To care for oily skin you should start with a gentle, foaming facial wash. This will remove dirt and oil without stripping away moisture. Soak cotton wool in a gentle astringent lotion and sweep it over your skin to refresh and cool it. Even oily skin needs a moisturizer, but chose a light, watery fluid; this will be enough for your skin. Allow the moisturizer to sink in and then absorb the excess with a tissue to prevent shine.

Combination Skin Type:

Combination skin type is of those, who have one part of their skin as oily and other as dry or normal. The term "T-zone" refers to combination skin types where the forehead, nose and chin are oily but the cheeks and the area around the eyes is either normal or dry.

Sensitive Skin Type:

A person with sensitive skin has more trouble with environment and the cosmetics used. Their skin cannot handle exteme environmental changes like extreme sunlight etc.

Blemished Skin Type:

Blemished skin is characterized by chronic pustules, blackheads, whiteheads, and sometimes scarring. Blemished skin is most common during the teenage years, but it is not uncommon to find these conditions in adults. It the oil flows freely from the pore, blemishes will not develop and the skin will simply be an "oily skin" type. However, this overproduction of oil often combines with a build-up of dead skin cells and clogs the pores.

Aging Skin Type:

"Aging" is a characteristic that may be combined with any of the other skin types - for example, aging/sensitive skin or aging/dry skin or it can simply mean mature skin. When again condition is present, it may be appropriate for the individual, or it may be "premature". Caring for aging skin type recommended products:

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