Do You Know Your Skin Type?
Wondering why the scorching sun drenches your face in sweat while your friend stands right beside you dry and sweat free? That’s where your skin type comes into play. Just like each human being is unique and distinctive, so is his or her skin type. Different types of skin react differently to external conditions. Here’s all you need to know about your skin type.
Different Types Of Skin
If normal skin is bestowed upon you then you are the luckiest of all! Generally, normal skin doesn’t tend to give too much trouble and falls in the safe zone. It produces the right amount of sebum or natural oil necessary for the skin to protect itself. A regular Cleansing-Toning-Moisturizing skin care routine is enough to maintain this skin type.
Noticing constant acne outbursts? If yes then it’s surely the effect of your oily skin. This type of skin elevates sebum production which often leads to the clogging of pores. Overproduction of sebum also gives external impurities a chance to settle in the pores thus leading to the onset of acne.
Dry skin equals to dull and lifeless. If you bear this skin type, your face will seem to look dehydrated more often. Dry skin falls short of moisture, thus becoming rough and parched. A regular cleansing-toning-moisturizing routine is a must to keep this skin type well nourished. The Kaya Anytime Moisturizing Cream is developed with a moisture lock formula that minimizes water loss from the skin and keeps it moisturized all day long.
Combination skin appears to be dry but it oozes oil from the T-zone which includes the forehead, nose, chin and area around the mouth. If you’re experiencing acne breakouts in the T-zone, there are high chances that you have combination skin type.
Sensitive skin is the most difficult type of skin to deal with. This is because sensitive skin gets easily inflamed and irritated by external factors. It also takes a long time to decode which elements irritate the skin. So, if you’re the one with sensitive skin, make sure to test any cosmetic product before directly applying it onto your skin.
Don’t forget that along with a good skin care routine you also need to have the right sunscreen in your arsenal. Here’s the guide to sunscreens for your skin type