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Skin Types

Millions of people, myself included, suffer everyday trying to figure out how to treat their skin and what works best. Today I will give you a simple  guide to follow when you're trying to find the best products for your skin. One of the most importat things, is knowing what type of skin you actually have in order to properly care for it. You also want to take in considertion the time of year it is, and what the climate is like around you, all of these factors will affect your skin. Knowing this information will allow you to properly analyze your skin, and figure out what will make your skin happy. This means your skincare routine may change from time to time, but for the most part you will be able to use the same products even when your skin changes a bit, escpecially if they're organic!  

Caring for Your Skin 

Skin is one of our body’s largest organs, just like any other organ we have to care for it on a daily bases by ensuring that the skin is clean from impurities. Because we constantly shed dead skin cells and excess oil, it’s important that we understand how to cleanse our skin, so we can ensure that our skin stays healthy and protected. Below are a few steps to follow when it comes to skin cleansing. 

1. If you’re wearing makeup throughout he day, whether it be foundation, blush, eyeshadow, or any other makeup it is a MUST to remove before going to sleep. Going to bed without removing makeup is a recipe for disaster, by cleansing your skin you reduce the possibility of having clogged pores, acne, and blackheads. Even if you’re not a makeup person, it’s still necessary to cleanse your skin before bed. 

2. Use GENTLE cleansers on your skin. Skin is very delicate, so to preserve it’s delicacy we have to be extreamly careful about the products we use to cleanse. When searching for cleansers try to find cleansers with not to much, but not to little oil. Cleansers that are cream, nut, oat, or clay based are best, no matter the skin type. Foam based cleansers are normaly more drying, and contain a higher concentration of soap, try to stay away from these, unless you know how much soap is present. Read ALL labels, and make sure you understand each ingredient listed. Most lables list the ingredients in order by the amout of that ingredient, from greatest to least.

What Skin Am I In 

Below is a list of skin types, this list will give you a description of each skin type, and help you determine which best describes your skin type. 

  •  Normal / Balanced Skin:

Balanced skin is just what is says it is, it’s balanced meaning it’s not to oily and it’s not to dry. Balanced skin has little to any blemishes, but may be a little oily on the nose, forehead and chin(t-zone).  

When caring for balanced skin, use mild soaps for cleansing, try using a water-based cleanser ,foam free cleanser  or cream cleanser for face and body. Oats, nuts, seeds, and clay blends are key ingredients to look for when buying cleansers . These will help to provide protection and needed moisture to the skin. You can follow up cleansing, with a rose water or an herbal toner. To keep the skin moisturized, you should have a light moisturizer that will still protect your skin.

  • Oily Skin:

Oily skin is caused by overactive sebaceous glands, due to this skin can appear oily only a few hours after being cleansed. Oily skin usually consists of medium/large pores, pores are often time clogged with excess oil. If you’re in an area with high humidity it may cause excess oil. 

When caring for oily skin you will want a water based cleanser or a cleanser which contains oats, nuts, seeds, or clay. Follow up cleansing with with a astringent such as a tea, rose water, or witch hazel.   


  • Combination Skin:
  • Sensitive Skin:
  • Mature Skin:
  • Dry Skin: