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With our skin type quiz you can know what skin type you have

Generally regardless of what skin type you have every skin should be properly moisturized and cleansed to provided youthful and healthy skin. However knowing what type of skin you have helps you know what products to use and what  product to not use as every skin type needs different things.  Understanding your skin type is essential for choosing the right products. This is the goal of our skin type quiz Properly moisturizing and cleansing your skin is important for maintaining a youthful and healthy complexion, regardless of your skin type.

 

- After taking our skin type quiz we can fully go into details about your skin type -

  1. Dry Skin 

  2. Oily Skin

  3. Combination Skin

  4. Normal Skin

  5. Sensitive Skin 

 

1. Dry Skin                                                 

                                   Dry Skin Face

 

Dry skin types naturally produces less oil than others, which results in a rough, flaky, or tight feeling of the skin. It can be caused by various factors such as weather conditions, low humidity, harsh soaps, aging, or certain medical conditions.This causes itchiness, redness, and sometimes cracks in the skin, and also gives the face a dull ,rough, flaky, or even scaly look. People with this skin type are less prone to acne or pimples compared to others. However, the discomfort associated with dryness remains a significant concern.

Proper hydration, through drinking ample water and using moisturizers, is crucial in restoring moisture to the skin. Opting for gentle moisturizers, avoiding excessively hot showers that can strip the skin of its natural oils, and using mild cleansers can significantly alleviate the discomfort and manage dry skin effectively. These practices can help relief and manage dry skin, and are essential for managing dry skin.

Our recommended product for dry skin is our Glow Oil Treatment -

2. Oily Skin

                                           

                                                Oily Skin Face

 

Oily skin is  characterized by excess production of natural oils (sebum) by the skin glands. People with oily skin often experience a shiny or greasy complexion, enlarged pores, and are more prone to acne and blemishes due to the increased oiliness, especially in the T- zone areas. People with oily skin tend to have fewer wrinkles compared to other skin types, as the natural oils can contribute to maintaining the skin's moisture and elasticity.

Managing oily skin typically involves gentle cleansing with products formulated to control oil without over-drying the skin. Using oil-free or non-comedogenic (non-pore-clogging) moisturizers and makeup can also help regulate excess oil production. Also, having treatments like exfoliation and clay masks can aid in reducing oiliness and preventing breakouts.

Our recommended product for oily skin is our - Basic Face Routine Combo

 

3. Combination Skin

                                       

                                  Combination Skin Face

 

Combination skin is a unique skin type characterized by having both oily and dry areas on the face. Typically, the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) tends to be oilier, while the cheeks are drier.People with Combination skin tend to find exfoliation particularly beneficial. Exfoliating helps in managing the oiliness in the T-zone by unclogging pores and removing dead skin cells, allowing for a smoother complexion.

 Managing combination skin often involves a balance between addressing oiliness in certain areas and providing hydration to dry areas. It may require skincare products that cater to both oily and dry skin needs to achieve a balanced and healthy complexion. Finding the right balance of products and ingredients, like using gentle cleansers and non-drying toners, is crucial. Additionally, having hydrating serums or lightweight moisturizers for dry areas and oil-controlling products for the T-zone can help maintain a harmonious and healthy complexion for individuals with combination skin.

Our recommended product for combination skin is our - Exfoliating Body Scrub

4. Normal Skin

                                           

                                  Normal Skin Face

Normal skin is the Goldilocks of skin types—it's well-balanced, neither too oily nor too dry. It's typically smooth, with small pores, good blood circulation, and a healthy complexion. Normal skin tends to have a proper balance of moisture, not excessively oily or dry, and it usually doesn't experience frequent breakouts or sensitivity.

Maintaining normal skin is relatively straightforward with a consistent skincare regimen. It often responds well to regular cleansing, moisturizing, and minimal intervention, allowing its natural radiance and vitality to shine through effortlessly. As a result, it tends to exude a naturally radiant and healthy appearance, requiring minimal effort to preserve its harmonious state.

Our recommended product for normal skin is our - Face and Body Natural Lightening Set 

 

5. Sensitive Skin 

                                              

Sensitive Skin Face

 

Sensitive skin refers to a skin type that is easily irritated by various factors such as skincare products, weather conditions, or environmental elements. People with sensitive skin often experience reactions like redness, itching, burning, or dryness when exposed to certain substances or conditions.

Managing sensitive skin usually involves using gentle, fragrance-free products and avoiding harsh ingredients to minimize irritation and maintain skin health.

Our recommended product for sensitive skin is our - African Black Soap

 

We hope this Article helps you learn more about your skin type and how you can improve it. You can visit Elizkof Beauty Store for more products, 

For free consultations you can - 

Email us :  elizkofbeautystore@gmail.com

Call : 832 - 674 - 4734

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