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What is your Skin Type?

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Quiz and Tips for Taking Care of Your Skin.

Do you ever wonder what your skin type is?

If so, you're not alone. Many people are unsure of their skin type, and it can be pretty hard and confusing to figure it out on your own.

Your skin type is determined by a multitude of factors, including your genetics, your environment, and your lifestyle.

There are mainly four skin types : oily, dry, combination, and sensitive.

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If you've got no idea about what your skin type is,

take this short quiz designed by a dermatologist to help you figure it out.

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1. How does your skin feel once you wash your face with a gentle cleanser?

a) Tight and uncomfortable

b) Clean and balanced

c) Oily or greasy

2. How does your skin typically look a few hours after applying moisturizer?

a) Dry and flaky

b) Hydrated and supple

C) Shiny or overly Moisturized

3. How does your skin react to sun exposure?

a) Burns easily and rarely tans

b) Tans gradually without burning

c) Tends to burn initially, but later tans

4. How often do you experience breakouts or blemishes?

a) Rarely or almost never

b) Occasionally, not frequently

c) Frequently or consistently

5. How does your skin feel in humid or hot weather?


B) comfortable and balanceD

C) greasy and sticky

6. How visible are your pores, especially around the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin)?

A) barely visible or small.

B) moderately visible.

C) large or easily noticeable.

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Now, let's calculate your answers!

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Mostly A's: Your skin type is likely dry.

Mostly B's: Your skin type is likely normal or combination.

Mostly C's: Your skin type is likely oily.

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OILY SKIN: Use a gentle cleanser that won't strip your skin of its natural oils. Avoid using oil-based products, and opt for oil-free products instead. Use a mattifying moisturizer to control oil production.

DRY SKIN: Always use a hydrating moisturizer to lock in moisture. Avoid using harsh cleansers and opt for gentle cleansers instead.

COMBINATION SKIN: Use a cleanser and moisturizer that are designed for combination skin. Avoid using products that are too oily or too dry. Use a mattifying moisturizer in the T-zone and a hydrating moisturizer on the cheeks.

SENSITIVE SKIN: Preferably Use a gentle cleanser and moisturizer that are hypoallergenic and fragrance-free. Never use products that contain harmful chemicals or irritants.

Tips for Taking Care of Your Skin Type

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