= What “type” is my skin?
If you wash your face at 7:00am, when does your skin begin to produce it’s natural oil? Or
when do you begin to see the shine on your skin?
I believe learning how to read your skin tells us your skin “type”. Following your skins own natural
oil production helps me to target in on your skins need. Although there are many skin
dilemmas, your skin “type” will always be the foundation for your daily program. There are four
basic skin “types”.
1. Dry/Sensitive 2. Combination/Dry 3. Combination/Oily 4. Oily/Problem
This is how we find out. Remember, we’re following your skins natural oil production. Let’s
start our clock at 7:00am. If you cleanse your skin at 7:00am, when does your skin begin to
produce oil? (These times are average.)
combination/oily is the
hardest to determine. If
your skin begins to
produce oil between
combination/oily. If your
skin delays in natural oil
If your skin does not
produce that natural
shine way into the day
(2pm-6pm) if at all,
If you wash your face at 7:00am, when does your skin begin to produce its natural oil?
Or when do you begin to see the shine on your skin?