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How to determine your skin?
January 6, 2022

Dry Skin

If your skin often feels tight and flaky with fine lines showing, then you most probably have dry skin. 

But there’s good news in having dry skin! It means that you don’t have to worry about enlarged pores, greasy or acne-prone skin unlike those with oilier skin. Instead, your skin will greatly benefit from hydrating and moisturizing products that contain humectants and hyaluronic acid which can deliver intense hydration and restore the moisture balance in your skin.

Your main concern is: Aging!

Adding deep moisturizing products to your skincare routine can help smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, and use products rich in antioxidants like vitamin C, retinol, and niacinamide to brighten up your skin and slow down the process of aging.

PRODUCT SUGGESTION with Vitamin C – Powerful antioxidant

Oily Skin

If your skin just loves producing oil (sebum) and looks shiny and oily by the end of the day, especially around your T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin), then your skin is on the oilier side. Your pores are enlarged in areas where it produces the most oil and easily get clogged and break out. On the bright side, you don’t have to worry about fine lines and wrinkles since your oil helps skin remain plump and firm. Choose lightweight and water-based products that are quickly absorbed and exfoliate regularly with salicylic acid. Be sure to cleanse in the morning and double cleanse in the evening to regulate excess sebum production, dead skin cells, and future breakouts.

Your main concern is Enlarged pores and excess oil!

If you struggle with large pores and oiliness, then focus on maintaining the water-oil balance of your skin. Hydrate, exfoliate your skin regularly, and don’t be afraid to use oil-based products. Remember that you can’t shrink pores completely, instead can reduce their size with daily cleansing, moisturizing, and clay masks.


Double Cleansing – Removes dirt and excess sebum

Cleansing Toner – Hydrates without stickiness

Lightweight Gel Cream – Balances skin’s water-oil

Combination Skin

Your skin feels dry and tight in some areas like your cheeks but is oily around your T-zone. If you have combination skin, you need to choose different products for your areas of concern and use them separately on your face or by morning and night. Apply a thick moisturizer to dry and flaky areas of your skin. As for oilier areas, exfoliate with BHA and use lightweight gel moisturizers to prevent pores from clogging.

Tea Tree Essence – Calms and reduces sebum production

Hydrating Serum – Hydrates without stickiness

Gel Moisturizer – Balances water-oil

Peeling Bubble – Removes dead skin cells

Normal Skin

You are very lucky because your skin is neither dry nor oily. You can choose whichever product you like without worrying about whether it’ll suit your skin or not. Your main focus is to cleanse and moisturize your skin well and apply sunscreen every day. 

Your main concern is Aging and fine lines!

Antioxidants like niacinamide will help brighten your skin and prevent aging. Also, don’t forget to exfoliate regularly and make sure to care for your neck as well.

Whitening Essence – Brightens and moisturizes

Sleeping Pack – Gently exfoliates and resurfaces the skin