What's my skin type

What's my skin type?

Oily Skin

The main characteristics of oily skin include:

Shiny and often has breakouts, less visible wrinkles visible and enlarged looking pores, make up may wear off easily. Natures Skin Care range of products are organic, natural & vegan friendly to care for your skin. 

Blemish prone skin

The Main Characteristics of blemish prone skin.

Blemish-prone skin is skin that has a tendency to develop comedones and pimples. It is often oily and appears shiny. This is because the sebaceous glands produce more sebum than in other skin types.

Combination-oily skin

The main characteristics of combination-oily skin include:

An oily T-zone (forehead, chin and nose), enlarged pores in this area perhaps with some impurities, normal to dry cheeks. 

Dehydrated Skin

The Main Characteristics of dehydrated skin.

Dehydrated skin lacks water, can be experienced by anyone, at any age, can also be oily at the same time, often dehydrated skin will produce more oil to over compensate for the lack of water, skin may have breakouts or comedones (block pores/blackheads), Influences by other factors, diet, lifestyle, incorrect products), needs water rich, hydrating products 

Dry Skin

The main characteristics of dry skin include

Lacks sebum (oil), is a natural condition from birth, can worsen and be more noticeable as we age, skin feels dry all over, including hands and scalp, is more likely to show early signs of ageing, constantly feels like it needs moisturiser, increasing in winter, needs oil rich products

Mature Skin

The main characteristics of mature skin include:

Drier and finer skin, dehydration, lack of luminosity, flaccidity, lack of tone and firmness. deep wrinkles, pallid or yellowy colour, open pores, hyperpigmentation and age darkspots.

Sensitive Skin

The main characteristics of sensitive skin

Sensitive skin presents in a wide variety of ways with: subjective symptoms such as stinging, itching, burning. and/or visible skin changes such as redness, dryness, scaling, peeling, bumps, hives.

Aged Skin 

The main characteristics of aged skin

Aging skin looks thinner, paler, and clear (translucent). Large pigmented spots, including age spots, liver spots, or lentigos, may appear in sun-exposed areas. Changes in the connective tissue reduce the skin's strength and elasticity. Sebaceous (oil) glands produce less oil as you age.

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