They are distinguished by categories. You may have a primary skin type, secondary type, and specific conditions (Not everyone has a secondary type).
Identifying this will allow you to know what you should focus on and what your ideal routine should be like.
In this case, we will delve into the primary skin types and how to identify them. These are classified depending on the amount of oils produced in different areas of the face.
Normal: Skin is well balanced, does not look oily or feel tight. Generally the pore size is small. The T-zone may produce slightly more oil than the rest of the skin, but not in excess.
Fat: Produces excess oils. Pores tend to enlarge to accommodate increased sebum production, which is why you generally have enlarged pores all over your face.
Dry: It does not produce enough oils. It feels tight and may have scaly or peeling areas.
Mixed: It produces different amounts of oils in various areas of the face. Mixtures of fat, dry and/or normal. Virtually all skins have some degree of combination skin, some more pronounced than others.
It is important that have in bill that a it length of your life your Type of skin can change. This depends of the hormones, medicines, genetics, etc.
How to identify it?
When you go to sleep, wash your skin with a gentle cleansing soap like Chamomille & Coconut Cleanser . Do not use any additional products on the skin
When you wake up, go for an absorbent paper and press each area of the face (forehead, nose, cheeks and chin)
Areas where the paper sticks or absorbs grease indicates that that area is probably oily.