The skin is the largest organ on the body, with the average person’s skin covering an area of over 2 square meters.

It plays an essential role in helping to detect differences in temperature, processing other tactile inputs, regulating body temperature and protecting your muscles and bones.
It’s also the outermost part of our character – the first thing that others see – which makes it crucial to know your skin and find a skincare regime best suited to your unique needs. Hence the saying, water is pivotal to ensure healthy skin, a healthy body and in general, overall health.

Different Skin Types:

There are five main skin types: normal, dry, oily, combination, and sensitive. Understanding the different types of skin and which one you have will help give you a better idea of how to treat it and get the clear, healthy, radiant skin you desire.

Based on these characteristics, there are five skin types:

Normal Skin:
Normal skin type has no medical definition, but broadly speaking, it could mean that the skin is healthy and well hydrated. Normal skin is neither too oily nor too dry. It has balanced sebum (natural moisturizer) production and good blood circulation.


Oily Skin:
Oily skin has a porous, humid, and bright appearance. It is caused by excessive fat production by sebaceous glands and is usually determined by genetic or hormonal causes. It is common in teenagers and young adults under 30 years old.


Dry Skin:
Dry skin appears dull because it is covered in a layer of dead skin cells. Many factors can lead to   dry skin, including sun exposure, extremely hot showers and over-exfoliating with harsh skin products. Also, as we age, the skin naturally gets drier due to hormonal changes.


Combination Skin:
A combination skin type is often defined as normal to oily skin as your skin can be dry or normal    in some areas and oily in others, such as in the T-zone which is the nose, forehead, and chin.


Sensitive Skin:
Sensitive skin often shows characteristics of dry, oily, and combination skin, but they also deal with a great mount of redness and irritation. This skin type is also easily inflamed. Sensitive skin types can be caused by skin conditions like rosacea or allergies.

Most common areas treated

  – Blemishes/Dark Spots/Pigmentation
  – Fine Lines and Wrinkles
  – Loss of  Volume

– Blemishes/
__Dark Spots/

– Fine Lines and Wrinkles

– Loss of volume

    – Fine Lines and Wrinkles
    – Under Eye Bags
    – Sagging Skin


– Fine Lines
__and Wrinkles
– Under Eye Bags
– Sagging Skin

    – Eyebrow Lifts
    – Enlarged Pores and Uneven Skin Tone/ Elasticity 
    – Thinning Lips or Loss Volume


– Eyebrow Lifts
– Enlarged Pores
__and uneven skin tone
– Thinning Lips or Loss Volume

Different skin tones and the aging process:

Darker skin types do, to a point, have the upper hand on having a natural sun protection factor because of the melanin that is naturally found in the skin. While having more pigment can help delay, but not fully stop the tell-tale signs of aging skin, here are two factors that cause the skin to age: chronological aging and photoaging. Photoaging is premature aging of the skin caused by repeated exposure to ultraviolet radiation which is commonly known as UV rays. It is impossible to stop or delay chronological aging. But photoaging is a different issue. It varies according to your skin tone. The darker your skin, the larger your melanosomes, which contain the sticky pigment melanin. Pale and light skin produces almost no melanin, which makes it harder to protect your skin from ultraviolet radiation. So, although darker skin may be more resilient to wrinkles and cracks, nobody is immune.