KNOW YOUR SKIN TYPE

What’s Your Skin Type?

You’ve heard the buzz about normal, oily, dry, combination, or sensitive skin types. But which one do you have?

DETERMINE YOUR SKIN TYPE WITH SIMPLE TISSUE TEST

Our skin types categorized depending upon elasticity, comfort, sensitivity level, water and oil content by normal, oily, dry, combination and sensitive skin. Let us see how to determine our skin type at home easily.  The wake up time is the right time to test our skin type. Wash your face well with cleanser before going to sleep and don’t apply any night creams or others. After waking up take the facial tissue, spread it on your face and press gently all parts in your face.

SKIN TYPES

It can change over time. For example, younger people are more likely than older folks to have a normal skin type.

What’s the difference? Your type depends on things such as

  • How much water is in your skin, which affects its comfort and elasticity
  • How oily it is, which affects its softness
  • How sensitive it is
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     SKIN TYPE

    NORMAL SKIN 

    Not too dry and not too oily, normal skin has:

  • No or few imperfections
  • No severe sensitivity
  • Barely visible pores
  • A radiant complexion
  • COMBINATION SKIN

    Your skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin). Many people have this type. It may need slightly different care in different areas.

  • Pores that look larger than normal, because they’re more open
  • Blackheads
  • Shiny skin
  • DRY SKIN

    Your skin can crack, peel, or become itchy, irritated, or inflamed. If it’s very dry, it can become rough and scaly, especially on the backs of your hands, arms, and legs.

  • Almost invisible pores
  • Dull, rough complexion
  • Red patches
  • Your skin is less elastic
  • More visible lines
  • OILY SKIN

  • Enlarged pores

  • Dull or shiny, thick complexion

  • Blackheads, pimples, or other blemishes

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     Go on and purchase SemseY skin care cosmetics that suits your skin type.