WHAT IS SKIN?

Skin is the largest organ in our body. Which eliminates body waste and also act as an immune defense barrier. What we apply on the skin affects our overall health.

NORMAL SKIN

Normal skin is neither oily or flaky. It feels supple and smooth. You’re lucky if you have normal skin! Think of a healthy little baby’s skin, or a young child’s cheeks. That’s the best example of normal skin.

OILY SKIN

Oily skin often shows late signs of ageing. It is also common for a person with oily skin to have lots of visible and open pores. Oily skin is shiny, especially around the forehead, nose and chin area.

DRY SKIN

Dry skin may feel stretched and look flaky. Dry skin has very small pores, often closed. Frequent, deep moisturizing is particularly important for this skin type.

COMBINATION SKIN

Combination skin is most common skin type. Usually, the skin is oily in the t-zone (forehead, nose and chin), but remains normal to dry elsewhere.

SENSITIVE SKIN

Sensitive skin is a skin condition in which skin is prone to itching and irritation experienced as a subjective sensation when using cosmetics and toiletries.