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What Is My Skin Type: How to Find The Best Products for Yours

DRY SKIN RULES
DRY SKIN RULES

Welcome, dry-skinned sisters and brothers. Like mine, your skin under-produces natural oil (a.k.a. sebum), which is the crucial stuff that keeps skin lubricated and supple. Without enough oil or hydration, your skin can get flaky, tight, and uncomfortable, and you might notice an increase in fine lines, irritation, and, eventually, wrinkles. All of which means your routine should focus on trapping the oil you do have, and adding in the oils and moisture that your skin needs. So be sure to avoid (and include!) products like…

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DRY SKIN DON'TS
DRY SKIN DON'TS

Dry skin needs to be coddled and moisturized, which means avoiding:

1.Foaming cleansers(if it foams or lathers even a tiny bit, it’s too harsh for your skin)

2.Clay or charcoal masks(they’ll strip your skin’s natural oils)

3.Products high in alcohol(if the ingredients list says “SD alcohol” or “alcohol denat,” toss it)

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DRY SKIN DOS
DRY SKIN DOS
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OILY SKIN RULES
OILY SKIN RULES

Oily skin overproduces sebum, and while that has its advantages (hello, fewer forehead wrinkles), it also has major drawbacks—namely looking and feeling oily. And as annoying as that can be for makeup, which tends to slip and slide on oily skin, it can also contribute to more acne and clogged pores, which means your routine should focus on regulating your sebum with light, water-based products, mattifying powders, and, if necessary, anti-acne treatments, all of which means…

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OILY SKIN DON'TS
OILY SKIN DON'TS

Since your oily skin is already producing too much of the good stuff, make sure to skip:

1.Heavy facial oils

2.Thick, oil-based creams

3.Harsh scrubsor super-drying formulas, likecharcoal masksandbenzoyl peroxide(they’ll strip your skin, causing it to produce even more oil to compensate)

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OILY SKIN DOS
OILY SKIN DOS
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COMBINATION SKIN RULES
COMBINATION SKIN RULES

Combination skin overproduces oil in some places and under-produces oil in others, giving you the most-frustrating sides of both worlds. But—and I’m about to blow your mind, here—you don’t have to use the same skin-care product over your entire face. WHAAAT. Yup! You can build a routine that utilizes oils and creams on your cheeks and jaw, for example, with lightweight serums and acne-treatments on just your forehead and nose, targeting each “problem area” with the correct products, like…

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COMBINATION SKIN DON'TS
COMBINATION SKIN DON'TS

Because your face is basically a jigsaw puzzle of skin types, make sure to avoid:

1.Harsh, foaming cleansers(they’ll irritate your dehydrated bits)

2.Rich, heavy moisturizers(they’ll clog your T-zone)

3.Clay masksoroil-sucking formulas(they’ll destroy your dry patches)

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COMBINATION SKIN DOS
COMBINATION SKIN DOS
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NORMAL SKIN RULES
NORMAL SKIN RULES

Welp, your skin produces just the right amount of sebum all over your face. Congratulations; you can now have a party with the eight other people in the world who also have normal skin. I’m sure you’ll all be very happy together. No, I’m not bitter. Since your skin can handle both dry- and oily-type products, you should instead build your routine around specific skin concerns you have, like aging, redness, or dullness. Which brings us to…

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NORMAL SKIN DON'TS
NORMAL SKIN DON'TS

Even if your skin isn’t technically temperamental, you should try to avoid:

1.Harsh cleansers and scrubs (they’ll still damage your skin barrier, no matter how perfectly and pleasantly "normal" your skin is)

2.Excessively drying products, like at-home chemical peels or high-percentage acne treatments (see above)

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NORMAL SKIN DOS
NORMAL SKIN DOS
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ACNE-PRONE SKIN RULES
ACNE-PRONE SKIN RULES

OK, so technically “acne-prone” isn’t a true skin type, since really any complexion can be acne-prone (though those with oily skin are more likely to struggle with consistent zits). So instead of building an entire routine around your breakouts, make sure to stick with your type-specific routine, then add in some acne-fighting products to pull your skin back from the brink of mutiny, like…

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ACNE-PRONE SKIN DON'TS
ACNE-PRONE SKIN DON'TS

Clogged pores and pimples may put on a tough show, but they actually need to be coddled to keep them from getting worse, which means no:

1.Physical exfoliationof any kind, like scrubs, washcloths, and electric facial brushes (they’ll all irritate your skin barrier, which will cause more acne)

2.Pickingorsqueezingyour skin (I know; it’s so hard to resist, but it’ll spread bacteria and inflammation, making breakouts so much worse)

3.Using too many acne treatmentsat once (treat your skin gently so it can heal itself)

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ACNE-PRONE SKIN DOS
ACNE-PRONE SKIN DOS
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Congrats! You officially know how to get perfect skin.
Congrats! You officially know how to get perfect skin.





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