Skincare Routine for Your Skin Type

Skincare Routine for Your Skin Type

The most important step in how to effectively take care of our skin is to determine your skin type. There are different skin types and each type has a different skincare routine. Check out the different skin types and how to take care of your skin type.

Dry Skin

Dry skin usually looks and feels rough, flaky, scaly, itchy or generally dehydrated. Dry skin produces lesser oil or sebum than the normal skin type. Lack of skin moisture can weaken the skin barrier and it can make the skin susceptible to breakout and skin aging.

The key to treating dry skin is hydration. You should look for skincare products that could help hydrate, moisturize and nurture your skin and that are free from harmful chemicals, alcohol, dyes, and fragrances that could damage your skin.     

Oily Skin

Oily skin produces excess oil usually on the t-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) are of the face. The skin looks shiny, greasy to the touch and susceptible to skin blemishes and breakouts. When the skin produces excess oil or sebum it would result in clogged pores and eventually breakouts.

To help treat oily skin, you should look for a non-comedogenic (will not clog pores) skincare products that will help balance excess oil. Washing your face twice a day (morning and evening) and skin exfoliation 2-3 times a week is also recommended to help remove dead skin cells. Skin experts also advised using a foaming facial wash because it is gentler to the skin compared to soap or facial wash.

Normal Skin

This is a well-balanced skin type - not too dry or not too oily. A normal skin type is not prone to breakouts or skin problems. It does not produce excess oil on the t-zone areas of the face.

Skincare routine for a normal skin type is simpler compared to other skin types. To help maintain healthy-looking skin, it's still important to use a mild cleanser, moisturizer, and sunscreen during day time and Vitamin C Serum to hydrate skin at night.

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin type usually shows visible signs of dryness and redness and discomfort. However, it varies from one person to another, there are people with sensitive skin but there are no visible signs of skin irritation on their skin, but just feelings of discomfort.

To help maintain sensitive skin, one should look for skincare products that contain milder ingredients to help treat redness and discomfort.

Combination Skin

It is a skin type with areas of the face that has both dry and oily.

The simplest way to maintain a combination skin type is to look for all skin types skincare products. It provides a balanced production of oil and hydration that the skin needs.

Understanding what skin type you have is the right solution to help make your skin healthy. Once you identified your skin type, it’s easier for you to craft a skincare routine and what your skin needs.

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