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DISCOVER YOUR SKIN TYPE

Understanding your skin type is the first step towards an effective skincare routine.

SKIN CONCERS

Understanding your skin type is the first step towards an effective skincare routine. Your skin type determines the kind of products that will work best for you. Whether your skin is oily, dry, combination, sensitive, or normal, using products tailored to your skin type can make a significant difference in achieving healthy, glowing skin. Before investing in skincare products, it’s essential to know your skin type to ensure that you are using the right products for your skin’s specific needs.

Dehydrated & Normal Skin
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Dehydrated & Normal

Velvety and smooth with a matte tone, dehydrated and normal skin lacks moisture and feels tight. It may also show signs of dullness and fine lines due to dehydration.

Dry Skin
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Dry Skin

Dry skin lacks moisture and may feel tight, rough, or flaky. It can be sensitive and prone to redness, irritation, and premature aging. Proper hydration and moisturization are essential to keep dry skin healthy and comfortable.

Sensitive Skin
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Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is prone to reactions such as redness, itching, burning, or dryness when exposed to certain products or environmental factors. It requires gentle, soothing skincare products to help calm and protect the skin barrier.

Oily & Combination Skin
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Oily & Combination Skin

Oily and combination skin types are characterized by excess sebum production, especially in the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin). This skin type often experiences enlarged pores, blackheads, and acne breakouts. It requires skincare products that can control oiliness, minimize pores, and balance the skin’s hydration levels.

Ageing Skin
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Anti-Ageing

Aging skin is a natural part of life. As we age, our skin undergoes various changes, including a decrease in collagen and elastin production, resulting in wrinkles, fine lines, and loss of firmness. Additionally, aging skin may also experience dryness, dullness, and age spots.

Hypigmentation Skin
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Hypigmentation Skin

Hyperpigmentation refers to areas of skin that are darker than the surrounding skin. This condition occurs when there is an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color. Hyperpigmentation can be caused by various factors, including sun exposure, hormonal changes, aging, and skin injuries. Common types of hyperpigmentation include sunspots, melasma, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.