Skincare Rituals

Balanced / Normal Skin

While everyone’s skin is unique and normal to that person, “normal” in this case refers to the tendencies of the skin. 

Normal skin is not too oily and not too dry. The pores are hardly visible, and the skin is not prone to blemishes or sensitivities.

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Dry Skin

The skin is definitely not 'giving' oily. If anything, it’s not oily enough! Dry skin gives the benefit of having almost invisible pores and the skin can easily become glowing and radiant with the right care ritual. 

Unmanaged, dry skin can become inflamed, and red, have dull or scratchy patches, and crack. It can also have a scaly appearance.

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Oily Skin

The skin is likely to be thicker and have fewer wrinkles! However, because the skin tends to produce excess oils, it can often look shiny and it may be more prone to blemishes. The skin may also have bigger or more open pores.

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Combination Skin

Combination skin is commonly dry or normal in some areas, but oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin). 

Because combination skin is so specific to the individual, it helps to go on a little adventure of self-discovery to find out the needs of the individual's specific combination.

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Sensitive Skin

The individual is likely to experience irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) or have atopic dermatitis like eczema. In the case of ICD, repeated contact with an irritant on the outer layer of the skin causes redness, irritation, or rashes. The skin may have a burning sensation and feel dry. 

Look for products formulated just for people with sensitive skin. An alternative is to go back to basics and use products with simple ingredients. The skincare products shouldn’t have more than 10 ingredients.

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Mature Skin

Mature skin is a broad term that is generally defined as skin that has started showing signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles. People over 40 are usually considered to have mature skin but the truth is that different people’s skin ages differently and at different rates.

One of the most common and evident signs of having mature skin is experiencing a loss of firmness. Young and youthful skin tends to bounce back easily thanks to elastin and collagen. However, we tend to lose these qualities as we age.

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Acne-prone Skin

This is a common condition that actually includes several different skin types. Acne can be triggered by various factors, including hormonal changes, stress, sweat, humidity, medications, and oily skin or pore-clogging skin products.

Generally speaking, people with acne-prone skin tend to have overactive oil glands, which can lead to an excessive amount of oil. This excess oil can easily clog the pores, leading to breakouts.

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