What’s Your Type?

Our skin changes over time and can be impacted by changes in skincare habits, lifestyle, diet, and by internal and external factors. A good home-care regimen should include cleansing, toning, exfoliation and hydrating the skin. Knowing your skin type and following these tips will help enhance and improve your skin’s appearance moving forward.


  • Lacks oil
  • Texture feels rough & tight
  • Avoid using gel cleansers

Remedy: Clarins Cleansing Milk
Not harsh and best if used at night

Condition: Dehydration is a lack of water and can be found in all skin types
Skin can appear thin and flakey
External factors include coffee, alcohol, medications and over exfoliation
Remedy: Thayers Alcohol-Free Cucumber Witch Hazel Toner


  • Excess oil production; skin surface appears thicker and sallow
  • Skin is prone to blemishes due to clogged pores, oil and buildup of dead skin cells
  • Avoid over cleansing which may cause irritation
  • This type ages more slowly due to the protection provided by excess oil secretions

Remedy: Image Skincare Vital C Hydrating Enzyme Masque
Helps breakdown surface oil and prevents future breakouts


  • Good oil & water (H20) balance
  • Free of blemishes and maintains a radiant complexion
  • May fluctuate between dry and combination at times

Remedy: Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Energizing Face Wash +Game Day Moisturizer: Hydrator + SPF30
Use a gentle cleanser that helps balance skin’s pH and a moisturizer with SPF


  • May need different care in specific areas; shiny skin
  • T-zones may be oily (nose, forehead & chin); Outer areas are dry, flakey and dehydrated
  • Hydrate skin day & night to repair, rejuvenate and to lock in moisture

Remedy: Lab Series Future Rescue Repair Serum
Use products that absorb easily and protect from premature aging

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