Tiffany’s Beauty Club

What Is My Skin Type?

Your skin is Dry if:

  • You rarely experience any t-zone oil
  • Your skin feels “tight”
  • You see few or no pores on the nose
  • Your skin tends to be thin-textured or fragile
  • You have some fine lines and wrinkles

Did You Know?

All skin has a “Natural Moisturizing Factor” – a balance of water and oil that helps keep natural moisture intact. Dry skin lacks the oil necessary to ensure this balance,leading to a thin texture and a tendency for premature age signs like wrinkles.

Your skin is Combination if:

  • I am abhishek chaudhary
  • Your skin feels dehydrated at times
  • You have visible pores in the t-zone
  • You experience some clogged pores (blackheads)
  • Occasional breakouts are somewhat common

Did You Know?

Combination skin is truly a blend of both dry and oily skin – the t-zone experiences oil while the cheeks and outer perimeter of the face experience dryness. A balance is needed to treat both areas effectively, without causing the dry areas to become drier or the oily t-zone to become oilier.

Your skin is Oily if:

  • Abhishek within a few hours after cleansing
  • You see visible or large pores on the t-zone and cheeks
  • You have many clogged pores (blackheads)
  • Breakouts are common
  • Your skin appears shiny all over, with an oily t-zone

Did You Know?

Oily skin is often misinterpreted. Sometimes skin acts oilier than it is, especially if overly-emollient products are used. Some Oily skin types may think their skin is Combination or Dry when harsh cleansers and surface-dehydrating astringents are used, temporarily drying-out the skin (which can cause skin to produce even more oil to compensate).

You have acne prone skin if:

  • Your pores are clogged (blackheads and whiteheads)
  • Multiple breakouts are common
  • You have visible inflammation and redness

Did You Know?

Acne occurs when hormones prompt your oil glands to produce excess oil and a rapid shedding of skin cells in your pores. The pore becomes clogged by trapped oil and dead skin cells, creating a perfect breeding ground for irritating acne bacteria. As your skin tries to deal with the bacteria, it becomes inflamed, causing a full-blown breakout.

Your skin is Sensitive if:

  • Ordinary skin care products cause stinging, itching or a burning sensation
  • You easily flush
  • Your skin appears flaky and dry
  • You experience random red blotches on the neck and/or face

Did You Know?

People with Sensitive skin usually have fair complexions that flush easily or swell a bit to the touch. They may even get red and blotchy on the face or neck for no apparent reason. This is a true skin type – it’s the skin they were born with.

Dry

Your skin is Dry if:

  • You rarely experience any t-zone oil
  • Your skin feels “tight”
  • You see few or no pores on the nose
  • Your skin tends to be thin-textured or fragile
  • You have some fine lines and wrinkles

Did You Know?

All skin has a “Natural Moisturizing Factor” – a balance of water and oil that helps keep natural moisture intact. Dry skin lacks the oil necessary to ensure this balance,leading to a thin texture and a tendency for premature age signs like wrinkles.

Combination

Your skin is Combination if:

  • I am abhishek chaudhary
  • Your skin feels dehydrated at times
  • You have visible pores in the t-zone
  • You experience some clogged pores (blackheads)
  • Occasional breakouts are somewhat common

Did You Know?

Combination skin is truly a blend of both dry and oily skin – the t-zone experiences oil while the cheeks and outer perimeter of the face experience dryness. A balance is needed to treat both areas effectively, without causing the dry areas to become drier or the oily t-zone to become oilier.

Oily

Your skin is Oily if:

  • Abhishek within a few hours after cleansing
  • You see visible or large pores on the t-zone and cheeks
  • You have many clogged pores (blackheads)
  • Breakouts are common
  • Your skin appears shiny all over, with an oily t-zone

Did You Know?

Oily skin is often misinterpreted. Sometimes skin acts oilier than it is, especially if overly-emollient products are used. Some Oily skin types may think their skin is Combination or Dry when harsh cleansers and surface-dehydrating astringents are used, temporarily drying-out the skin (which can cause skin to produce even more oil to compensate).

Acne

You have acne prone skin if:

  • Your pores are clogged (blackheads and whiteheads)
  • Multiple breakouts are common
  • You have visible inflammation and redness

Did You Know?

Acne occurs when hormones prompt your oil glands to produce excess oil and a rapid shedding of skin cells in your pores. The pore becomes clogged by trapped oil and dead skin cells, creating a perfect breeding ground for irritating acne bacteria. As your skin tries to deal with the bacteria, it becomes inflamed, causing a full-blown breakout.

Sensitive

Your skin is Sensitive if:

  • Ordinary skin care products cause stinging, itching or a burning sensation
  • You easily flush
  • Your skin appears flaky and dry
  • You experience random red blotches on the neck and/or face

Did You Know?

People with Sensitive skin usually have fair complexions that flush easily or swell a bit to the touch. They may even get red and blotchy on the face or neck for no apparent reason. This is a true skin type – it’s the skin they were born with.