Skin Type Test

Skin Type Test

A healthy skincare routine can benefit all skin types, including dry, oily, combination, sensitive and normal. However, each skin type has unique needs, so understanding your skin type is the best way to care for it.

You ask yourself "What is my skin type?" Take the following test to try to determine whether your skin is dry, oily, combination, sensitive or normal, then explore Dyut products to build the perfect routine for you. Obviously, if you have or have had in the past particular problems or are not sure which active ingredients and products are best suited to you, always consult your dermatologist.

Skin Type Quiz

Skin type test

The easiest way to determine your skin type is to undergo a skin type test.

The naked face method

This method evaluates the condition of the skin without the use of skin care products.

1. Cleanse your face with a mild cleanser.
2. Gently dry your face with a clean towel
3. Do not apply any moisturizer, serum or treatment.
4. Wait 30 minutes, then examine your T-zone, cheeks, and forehead for any oily spots, redness, shine, or dryness. Your skin's reaction helps determine what skin type your face tends to have.

If your skin feels tight or uncomfortable, this indicates a dry skin type. If your face appears shiny, your skin is likely oily. If your cheeks feel tight, but your T-zone appears oily, you have combination skin. Redness and irritation indicate a more sensitive skin type.

Skin type test with paper towels

The paper towel test is one of the best ways to determine your skin type.

  1. Using a different sheet for each part of your face, gently dab a piece of paper towel over your forehead, nose, cheeks and chin.
  2. Hold the sheets to the light
  3. Observe the results

If there is minimal oil in all parts of your face examined, you probably have dry skin. If your forehead and nose area are oilier, you have normal or combination skin. If all the plates have a little oil, you have oily skin.

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