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What's Your Skin Type?

Last updated 6 years ago

Skin is a collection of cells and tissues that work together to act as a protective barrier between you and the environment. Therefore, your skin’s epidermis is designed to be tough and full of sensors so that it can handle abrasions, sunlight, makeup, germs, and other environmental factors. However, your skin is also subject to inner combatants like dehydration, poor diet, and hormones. To learn more, take a look at this comprehensive guide to the different skin types and what causes your skin to change.

  • Dry Skin

People with dry skin suffer from a lack of natural moisture in the body. This can be detrimental when it comes to protecting your body, since oils serve as a barrier that prevents bacteria from entering the epidermis while keeping moisture from leaving the body.  If you suffer from dry skin, then try implementing a skin care regimen that includes a soap-free cleanser and a daily moisturizer.

  • Oily Skin

Does your skin constantly feel greasy, even a few hours after you’ve washed with a cleanser? If so, then you likely have oily skin. Excessively oily skin can clog your pores, causing your skin to break out in pimples. Oily skin is most commonly seen in young teens because puberty causes the body’s oil glands to go into overdrive. Fortunately for most people, oily skin will disappear as your body settles into its new hormone levels. In the meantime, there are skin care treatments that can help you combat oily skin.

  • Combination Skin

People with combination skin typically experience oily spots on their forehead and around their nose, while suffering from dry skin on their cheeks and chin. If this is the case for you, then you may need to use a variety of different skin care products to treat your opposing skin types.

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