Normal skin is neither too dry nor too oily. It is not prone to breakouts or flakiness. This skin type doesn't feel greasy or tight post washing the face.

    Normal skin typically have pores that are small, a smooth skin texture, and are less prone to sensitivity or blemishes.


    Dry skin is a common skin type characterized by a lack of moisture and natural oils on the surface of the skin. It can feel tight, rough, and flaky.

    This skin may be prone to irritation and itchiness and can develop lines and wrinkles easily if not hydrated and taken care properly.


    Oily skin is a skin type characterized by an overproduction of sebum, the skin's natural oil.

    It is often associated with a shiny or greasy appearance, enlarged pores, and a tendency to develop acne and breakouts.


    Combination skin is a common skin type characterized by having both oily and dry areas on different parts of the face.

    Typically, the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) is oilier, while the cheeks and other areas may be drier. Managing combination skin requires a balanced approach and can be a challenge.


    Acne-prone skin is a skin type that is more prone to developing acne, which can include whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, and cysts.

    It is often associated with oily skin, but it can also occur in combination or even dry skin types. This skin type requires extra care and could take time to fade away.

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