Identifying your personal skin type is key to building an effective skincare routine. It is important to know that many times, our skin type may fit into more than one category. Keep that in mind as you check out our shop.

OILY SKIN

Your skin is shiny, and even after washing, your skin can quickly seem oily again. It is difficult to find products that do not leave a “film” on your face. Your skin often has clogged pores and is prone to breakouts. Finding a good skin care regimen can not only help with excess oil but also control breakouts.

DRY SKIN

Your skin is dry and sometimes feels tight – especially after washing and/or exposure to the elements (heat/cold). Sometimes your skin texture can feel rough, and no matter how much lotion you apply, the roughness returns sooner or later. The key is to find the right cleansers and moisturizers for a superior hydrating skin routine.

SENSITIVE SKIN

Your skin is easily irritated and often has a stinging or burning sensation when using certain facial products. Other factors can contribute to your skin sensitivity, including changes in weather or the foods you eat.  Your face may be prone to redness.  Carefully selecting a skin care regimen with products that not only soothe your sensitive skin but also prevent irritation is the key to managing sensitive skin.

COMBINATION SKIN

Certain areas of your skin are oily, such as your T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) while other areas (cheeks) can be normal to dry. Facial products that you use can irritate certain areas while others can leave your skin prone to clogged pores and breakouts. Combination skin requires a skin care routine that individually targets oily areas and normal to dry skin separately to deliver a more effective regimen.

NORMAL SKIN

Your skin is predictable. It can be slightly dry in the winter and a bit oilier in the summer, but overall, it is balanced. Your skin is able to tolerate most products, and you have few issues with your skin. A good skin care routine is important to maintain problem-free skin.