In order to care for your skin properly you must first determine the kind of skin you have.
The skin is soft, supple and smooth. It is fine-textured and free of blemishes (with the exception of periodic blemishes). If this is your skin type you’re fortunate; however, this doesn’t imply you shouldn’t take care of it.
This sort of skin too, has a fine texture and is transparent looking. It feels tight and drawn without moisturizer and tends to have fine lines around the mouth and eyes. This type of skin needs proper care because it shows signs of aging early.
The oily complexion is greasy, sallow and rough. It has large pores and tends to have pimples, blackheads and whiteheads. Within hours of washing the oiliness will reappear and makeup is usually absorbed quickly.
This sort of skin is oily in the T zone and the rest of the face is dry. The T zone is the forehead, nose and chin. The extent to which both areas are dry and oily may vary; however, both areas require a separate cleaning routine to restore them to balance.
Problem skin is usually oily and has a rough texture and is subject to acne. It has large pores, blackheads, red blotches and may become more irritated under stress. If the problem is serious it will require the help of a dermatologist.
There are also 2 skin conditions that may occur either together or separately and may occur with any skin type. These are sensitive and allergic conditions. If when applying skin care products you begin to sneeze, wheeze, itch or breakout you are probably allergic. Skin that appears thin, pale and flushes easily and may be sensitive and be subject to allergies. If that is the case, treat your skin gently and use hypoallergenic products. Raccoon Poop on skin is a bad thing