Your skin is probably dry.
Dry skin has a lack of sebum and lipid production, which decreases its retention of moisture and its protection against the outside elements.
The characteristics of dry skin:
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Your skin is rather mixed to oily.
Mixed skin presents a mixture of different skin types on the face. Oily skin produces a lot of sebum.
The characteristics of combination to oily skin:
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Your skin appears to be sensitive and reactive.
Sensitive skin is easily irritated and more reactive than normal skin. It reacts to various temperatures, stress and certain cosmetic products.
The characteristics of sensitive and reactive skin:
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Your skin appears to be acne-prone.
Acne-prone skin has pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and various forms of acne caused by excess sebum.
The characteristics of acne-prone skin:
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Normal skin is well-balanced skin, neither too oily nor too dry.
The characteristics of normal skin:
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Note that it is very possible that your skin changes with the seasons. For example, your facial care routine can vary from summer to winter because your skin is exposed to different stresses depending on the season: pollution, cold, wind, sun, etc.
Normal to dry skin in winter can change and become mixed to oily during the summer. You should ask yourself these 4 questions often as your skin can rapidly change.
Once your skin type is properly identified, it will be easier to find the most suitable beauty products for you.
Indeed, in our online store, under our facial care category, you will find the 4 types of skin categories we have identified.
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