Skin Types

It is important to identify your skin type before choosing skin care products. Our medically examined skin therapist Clara Lykkegaard has created this guide to help you determine your skin type and ensure that you get the right skincare products.

Clara Lykkegaard

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Normal Skin

Oil and moisture balance as well as sebum production are in balance

Fresh and healthy color, smooth and supple

Good blood circulation

Firm elasticity

Invisible pores

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Dry Skin

Lines of dryness

Feels tight and inelastic

Feels rough / dry spots

Dry skin often looks aged

Early signs of wrinkles

The skin color is dull and matte

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Oily Skin

Overproduction of tallow

The whole face is oily / shiny

Often open and large pores

Disposed of impurities

Is robust and not delicate

Poor blood circulation

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Sensitive skin

The whole face is oily / shiny

Often open and large pores

Overproduction of tallow

Is robust and not delicate

Disposed of impurities

Poor blood circulation

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Combined Skin

Same characteristics as for oily skin, normal or dry skin

Approx. 60% of people have this skin type

Can be one of two skin types light or strong combined

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