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What is my skin type?

Is your skin type prone to dryness, feels tight after cleansing or feel itchy? Or do you suffer from blackheads or acne and are unsure what remedy is best for your skin?

In an ideal world, we would have normal skin. The type of skin that has no imperfections, has no sensitivity and looks constantly radiant. In reality, many of us don’t have the luxury of ‘normal’ skin.

Whether you have dry, oily, acne based, sensitive or aging skin – it can affect our self esteem on many levels. Considering our skin is the largest organ we have, it is often the most neglected.

Treating your skin right will reward you with a radiant, glowing complexion.

Find out your skin type below by answering the following questions in sequence.

Normal Skin

  • Feels soft and bouncy to touch
  • No severe sensitivity
  • Pores are barely visible
  • Complexion looks radiant

Try Nutricentials – Normal to Dry Skin range to continue the soft, smooth feeling. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven not to harm the skin.

 

Oily Skin

  • Large pores and shiny skin
  • Prone to blackheads and spots
  • Thick complexion

Try Nutricentials – Combination to Oily Skin range to efficiently retain its own moisture without producing excess oils. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven to minimise oiliness.

 

Oily Skin with Acne

  • Same as oily skin
  • Prone to blackheads and acne, especially in the T-zone and cheek area

Try Nu Skin Clear Action System to clear current blemishes, fade signs of past breakouts and keep skin clear for the future. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven combat past and present issues while helping pores to prevent breakouts from reoccurring.

 

Dry/Dehydrated Skin

  • Fine pores
  • Feels flaky, rough and/or tight
  • Less elasticity
  • More visible lines

Try Nutricentials – Normal to Dry Skin range to continue the soft, smooth feeling. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven not to harm the skin.

 

Dry Skin with Pigmentation

  • Same issues as dry skin
  • Discolouration of the skin, dark spots and uneven skin tones

Try Tri-Phasic White System minimises and inhibits discolouration while maintaining an even, bright skin tone for translucent beauty. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven not to harm the skin.

 

Sensitive Skin

  • Fine pores
  • Can be thin and prone to broken capillaries
  • Mostly affects those prone to allergic conditions like eczema, asthma and hayfever
  • Inclined to have irritation, burning sensation or rashes

Try Nutricentials – Normal to Dry Skin range to continue the soft, smooth feeling. This skincare range is water based and features ingredients that have been scientifically proven not to harm the skin. This is great for sensitive skin!

 

Aging Skin

  • Visible wrinkles and/or capillaries
  • Skin maybe slacker on cheeks and/or jaw line
  • Very thin in areas
  • Dull complexion

Try 180 Anti-Aging Skin Therapy System to reverse the full range of ageing effects. It has been scientifically proven to diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles, refine texture and evens skin tone for a more youthful appearance.

For an elite skincare regime, you cannot go past Ageloc Transformation range. This range can be used for any skin type and targets the appearance of aging to preserve the look of youth.

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Hanna Osborne – Aged 55 (top left hand pic), aged 56 (top right hand pic), aged 57 years young (bottom pic)

 

Knowing your skin will help you find the best skincare routine, which is a must for healthy, glowing skin. Your skincare routine should resist the ravages of the various environments it encounters to stay youthful and resilient, even in the harshest conditions.

 

 

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