What skin type are you?

Skin Type 1: Combination Skin
A combination of normal, dry, oily and problematic. Combination skin tends to be shiny, especially on the forehead, nose and chin, which are known as the T-zone. In contrast, the cheeks are neutral or dry. Combination skin products should be used to restore the lost moisture balance.

Tips for combination skin

  • Wash your face thoroughly before applying basic cosmetics.
  • Wash with lukewarm water instead of cold or hot water.
  • Apply moisturizer regularly.
  • Use products designed for combination skin.

Skin Type 2: Dry Skin
Do you have rough and flaky skin? Dry skin lacks moisture and lipids (fats). As a result, the skin loses elasticity, becomes oily, and itches frequently. If you manage it with a dry skin cream, you can restore moisture to your skin and strengthen the barrier.
Characteristics of dry skin.

  • Skin is tight and often itchy
  • Looks rough and scaly
  • Responds directly to external influences such as temperature

Dry Skin

  • Restore your skin from the inside out with a healthy diet. Drinking 2 liters of water a day is recommended.
  • Protect your skin from UV rays with a day cream that contains sun protection factors.
  • Adding a moisturizing serum is a good option.
  • Pamper your skin with products that contain natural oils.

Skin Type 3: Normal Skin
Soft skin with small pores and a nice face. If you see such a face in the mirror, your skin is neutral. Even if you sometimes do something harmful to your skin, the consequences will not be that serious. However, even with normal skin, moisturizing and protecting is essential to maintaining good skin. Create your own skin care regimen!

Tips for normal skin

  • Regular morning and evening treatments will keep your skin fresh.
  • Cleanse your face with a gentle exfoliator.
  • It is best to massage your face gently with a cream.
  • Eye Care: Taking care of your eyes will make your face look brighter.

Skin Type 4: Problem Skin
Problem skin. It is caused by genetic predisposition, stress and hormones and often leads to skin problems. Cleansing and treatment products specifically designed for problem skin can restore balance to the skin.

Tips for problem skin

  • Always remove your makeup at night as it can adversely affect your skin overnight.
  • Pamper your skin with a gentle scrub and mask pack once a week.
  • Get your hands off it, touching your skin problem spots over and over again won't help!
  • Use a non-oily day cream to reduce unsightly shine.

Skin Type 5: Sensitive Skin
Sensitive skin is sensitive to external influences such as stress, dry air from heaters and UV rays. When the skin is out of balance, the face becomes oily, itchy and dry. Sensitive skin needs increased resistance, so it requires special care to strengthen the barrier while soothing the skin.

Tips for sensitive skin

  • Choose a cream that blocks harmful external environmental influences.
  • After cleansing, do not use a towel, but pat your face gently.
  • Perfumes can irritate the skin. Choose products that are fragrance-free.
  • Pay more attention to your diet - spicy foods are not good for sensitive skin.