What is My Skin Type?

What is My Skin Type?

Did you know that there are five main skin types? Wondering what type of skin do I have is normal, and it's important that you find out. This way, you can tailor your skincare routine to suit your skin type and maximise your results. If you're wondering, "What is my skin type?" read on!

Normal Skin

  • First up is the normal skin type. This skin type features a moderate amount of dryness and oil, but you aren't likely to have to deal with inflammation or the common skin issues other skin types face. This skin type usually has a fairly even complexion without any large blemishes or redness. Even with normal skin, you want to avoid products that would make your skin overly greasy and go for natural products instead. 

Dry Skin

  • Dry skin is very common. It's typically associated with itchiness and flaking, and redness and breakouts can be frequent. A lack of natural oils and genetics can both contribute to dry skin, but so can some products if they're too harsh for your skin. You can combat dry skin by using a quality moisturiser and a hydrating cleanser to help lock moisture into your skin. 

Oily Skin

  • Oily skin can be extremely frustrating, and your oil glands producing too much oil can cause a series of issues. This can lead to clogged pores, inflammation and breakouts that seem to never end. Even though you may want to head to harsh treatments to get rid of the oil, they can dry your skin out too much. Instead, reach for a gentle cleanser that will strip away the dead skin and excess oil. Use this cleanser as directed to help regulate your oil production. 

Combination Skin 

  • Combination skin is where you can have dry and flaky patches on one part of your face and areas of excess oil around other areas. You may have excess oil on your forehead or around your nose and have dry cheeks. It can be difficult to treat it, but you can usually get far with natural products. They won't have chemicals that can cause further irritation or dryness, and this can prevent triggering more oil production. 

Sensitive Skin

  • Our final skin type is sensitive skin. It usually has dry, red or oily areas. However, you also get a lot of irritation. This can get worse if you use products that trigger a reaction with your skin. Using gentle products like cleansers, moisturisers and brighteners that are made with natural ingredients can help to soothe your skin and even out your skin tone. It may take a few weeks of continued use to help even out your skin and start to see results. 

Contact Jennifer Bradley Today!

Now that you know the five different skin types, you can start to customise your skincare routine to match it. Our line of natural products fits all different skin types, and we invite you to take a look. Contact us with any questions!

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