Types Of Facial Skin
Hello Doc, I don’t really understand my skin type. Because sometimes pimples, there are blackheads on the nose, also looks dull and dry. What about the determination of my skin type? I’m afraid of using the product incorrectly, causing a breakout
Hello Johana, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Types of facial skin basically divided into 4, with characteristics and images that differ between one type with another type, namely:
Rarely have skin problems
Pores are not too big and not too obvious
Large facial pores
Can look dull or oily
There are blackheads and some zits
Pores are almost invisible
The skin looks dull
Sometimes it appears the appearance of skin on the skin
There are fine lines on the skin
The skin in the T-zone area (forehead, nose and chin) is oily while the skin in other facial areas is normal / dry
Pores appear larger
There appear to be blackheads
The face sometimes looks oily
If based on the characteristics of each skin type above and also a description of your current skin condition, then it is likely that your skin is included in oily or combination skin types.
To ascertain the type of skin, skin problems that you have and also the recommended treatments, then you should consult further with a dermatologist or a beauty doctor directly.
Because this problem is not an emergency, you are advised to postpone the consultation and you are allowed to try to use treatment products that you feel are in accordance with the facial skin problems that you have at this time until there is further advice from the doctor.
If during product use complaints such as burning, burning, redness or itching, stop using the product immediately and consult a doctor to get further treatment.
I hope this helps.