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Find your skin type.
- Dry skin
- Oily skin
- Combination skin
- Sensitive skin
What it is : Dry skin is when your skin produces less oil than necessary.
- Genetics: You could be naturally born with drier skin.
- Age: As you get older, your skin naturally produces less sebum leading to drier skin.
- Weather: Extremely cold or extremely hot climates have less humidity, which can lead to your skin drying out.
- Diseases: Eczema, Psoriasis, and Diabetes can cause skin to become extremely dry.
- Medication: You could be experiencing dryness due to side effects of a newly started medication
- Skincare products: Your products could be causing irritation, dryness, and itchiness.
Signs that you have dry skin:
- Your skin feels tight especially after washing your face
- Your skin feels rough
- You notice dry patches, flaking, scaling, or peeling
- Your skin feels itchy, red, and/or irritated.
Determine your skin concern(s)
- Body Acne
- Dull skin
- Fine Lines/Wrinkles
- Face Acne
- Uneven Skin Tone
What it is : Excess pigmentation that happens in spots or patches on your skin.
- Inflammation: Acne, burns, inflammation increases your risk of hyperpigmentation
- UV exposure: Your body produces more melanin (dark pigment) to protect the skin from sun exposure
- Hormones: During pregnancy, certain hormones increases your risk of hyperpigmentation
- Genetics: Darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation
- Medication: Anti-malaria drugs, anti-depressants, and other medications can cause hyperpigmentation
Signs that you have hyperpigmentation:
- Spots on your skin that are darker than your natural skin tone
- Patches on your skin that are darker than your natural skin tone
- Wear sunscreen every single day and reapply every 3-4 hours.
- Wear wide-brimmed hats, sunglasses, and protective clothing
- Don’t pick at your acne. This can cause inflammation, which then causes hyperpigmentation