What's your type of skin? Answer these questions and get rid of doubts

When I wake up in the morning, I feel my skin:

A) Dry and tight
B) Greasy or with some new and unexpected pimple
C) Fat in some areas and dry in others
D) Swollen or irritated

By noon, my skin looks:

A) Even drier than before applying the moisturizer
B) Makeup has been absorbed and / or there are pimples to hide
C) Bright in some areas and dry in others
D) blushing and / or redness

I can't go to bed without:

A) Apply a nourishing cream or night oil
B) exfoliate
C) Use a mattifying or astringent cleanser
D) Apply a soothing cream

My best ally in skin care is:

A) A very moisturizing oil
B) Retinol and AHAs
C) My facial blotter
D) Use a soothing spray or mist during the day

My biggest concern is:

A) Areas of scaly or very tight skin
B) Acne, shiny skin and large pores
C) Fat on the chin and forehead, visible pores in the nose area
D) That, even using soft products, a breakout appears

When I do my makeup, the makeup I use is:

A) Cream foundation
B) Very covering concealer
C) Mattifying base
D) Hypoallergenic products

 

Majority of A: Dry Skin

It is skin that feels tight, flaky, and can be easily irritated.

advice: use a moisturizing and nourishing cream daily, as well as oils and lotions that seal in hydration. A good hyaluronic acid serum can help you.

Take a look at the Laconicum products for dry skin

At the CAC (Cosmetic Help Center): Tips to take care of your dry skin

 

Majority B: Oily, acne-prone skin

In 1 to 2 hours after washing your face, you will notice that your skin is glowing. If you're stressed out or sweaty (or just hormonal), you may notice high oil production where your sebaceous glands are.

This can cause breakouts in different spots including the back and chest areas.

If your scalp is oily or prone to dandruff it can go hand in hand with acne. Your skin and your scalp go hand in hand.

advice- Use oil-free cleansers and moisturizers, and salicylic acid toners or AHAs. Retinol is also a great ally in acne treatment.

Take a look at the Laconicum products for oily and acne-prone skin

At the CAC (Cosmetic Help Center): Dear person who has oily skin ... We help you.

Majority of C: Combination skin (or the new normal skin type)

It is the most common of all skin types. You will notice that your skin is more oily in the regions where the sebaceous glands are more prevalent (forehead, nose) and dry in the areas where they are lacking, such as the cheeks.

Pay attention to the pH balance of your cleanser: better if it is acidic.

adviceTry to avoid over-cleansing, which is a common mistake for combination skin. Instead, wash your face twice a day and only apply a light, oil-free moisturizer to the areas where your skin tends to be drier.

Take a look at the Laconicum products for combination or normal skin

At the CAC (Cosmetic Help Center): Combination skin, we have the products you need.

Majority D: Sensitive skin

If you suffer from eczema, asthma, a list of allergies, or rosacea, you probably have sensitive skin.

If you experience a burning sensation when using many products, it may be due to fragrances and preservatives. To test your skin's reaction to a product, first try a small amount on the side of the neck. If you don't notice any redness, you can probably keep using it on your face.

adviceLook for brands with labels that are hypoallergenic and suitable for sensitive skin, such as Pai Skincare.

Take a look at the Laconicum products for sensitive skin

At the CAC (Cosmetic Help Center): Sensitive cosmetics for skin ditto.