Acne-Prone Skin Types
Acne-prone skin means you’re more likely to break out. Try products with acne-fighting ingredients like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide.
Routine for Acne-Prone Skin Types:
Sensitive Skin Types
Sensitive skin is more easily irritated. Use products with gentle formulas and those specially designed for sensitive skin.
Routine for Sensitive Skin Types:
Balanced Skin Types
Your skin is well-balanced, but your T-zone might still get oily. You can generally get away with using most skincare products.
Routine for Balanced Skin Types:
Dry Skin Types
Dry skin might peel, feel rough to the touch and flake. Gentle skincare and moisturization is key for taking good care of dry skin.
Routine for Dry Skin Types:
Oily Skin Types
Oily skin means you have excess oil on your T-zone and elsewhere on the face. Try products that help remove excess oil.