knowing your skin TYPE
No apparent oily or dry areas skin appears nicely balanced. It is the least problematic of all skin. The complexion is supple, healthy and clear with good circulation.
Occasional flaking of skin, no oily areas, and skin feels taut. It is more prone to develop wrinkles and fine pores and has a more pale or dull skin tone and can get irritated.
MATURE & AGEING SKIN
Ageing and mature skin starts to thin and lose hydration and reduced collagen production over time resulting in skin dryness, wrinkles and fine lines. Skin starts to lose its elasticity.
Shine appears all over the skin with no dry areas due to excess sebum production. Skin tends to have enlarged pores and a tendency to be problematic, breaking out anywhere in spots, blemishes and acne.
Oily generally in the central part of the face around the forehead, nose and chin. This is commonly referred to as the T-zone. There is a tendency to break out in those areas with dry and normal skin elsewhere.
SENSITIVE & PROBLEMATIC SKIN
Irritated and problematic skin can be the result from using the wrong skincare products such as cleansers and exfoliants with harsh chemical ingredients and unbalanced sebum production.