What type of skin do I have? How to take care of it?

Our times, are times of awareness. In order not to be fooled by advertisements offering magical solutions, we need to be aware of both their existence and the state of affairs affecting us. We won’t protect you from the swindlers prowling the web, but we may be able to help you not get swindled by creams whose magical properties unfortunately disappear as soon as you leave the store.

We have created a skin test for you. This is the easiest way to remotely determine what type of skin you have and what care to use for best results. We will help you get through it.

First you will see the question of whether you know your skin type at all. There are four basic types:
dry skin
combination skin
vascular/sensitive skin
oily skin

If you do not know – mark such an answer and continue the test.

Skin tightening, which you will be asked about next, is a problem that can affect people with both oily and dry skin. Therefore, it is important to determine whether the feeling occurs only in certain situations or accompanies constantly throughout the day. Having oily skin, one often comes to the conclusion that excess sebum needs to be wiped off the face as soon as possible, and repeat this as often as possible, using the strongest possible cleansing cosmetics. It doesn’t work that way. The more you try to get rid of sebum, the more your skin will produce. The problem needs to be acted upon more deeply, using products with proven seboregulatory effects. If the pulling occurs throughout the day, we are probably talking about dry skin. The situation seems obvious – the solution is a moisturizing cream. Nothing easier, right? Ask someone with very dry skin why they need so many cosmetics. None moisturizes effectively enough. Here’s the problem. Find a cream that nourishes and moisturizes the skin for more than an hour morning and night.

We clarify the next question – oily skin is a problem that many people face. With oily skin, the problem affects the entire face. Combination skin – the most challenging to care for – is a combination of oiliness in the T-zone (forehead + nose) and dryness on the cheeks. From our conversations with customers, we know that they usually can’t find a single face cream. We have one – be sure to check it out.

If you are not affected by this problem, you will probably be surprised at how sensitive facial skin can be in some people. Too warm? Did it get cooler? It is enough for vascular skin to react with erythema and for the rest of the day to “refuse” to calm down. What’s more – improper care will not only fail to produce results, but can aggravate the situation, causing irritation in the form of redness, pinching, peeling skin.

Choosing the right skin care for your skin type is key to keeping your skin in good condition and, consequently, looking healthy and beautiful. Each of us wants to look good regardless of the situation and age. We encourage you to solve the skin test and learn more about the products he selected. Perhaps there is a simple solution to the problem that makes it difficult for you to function on a daily basis.

Of course, you can contact us if you need to! We will help you select complementary products for your main care and advise you on how exactly to apply them. Remember – he who asks, does not wander.

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