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How to Determine Your Skin Type

If you want to choose skincare products that provide you with good results, you’ll first need to identify what your skin type is. This well also help you develop a care routine that truly meets your needs. Here’s everything you need to know about skin types including how to pinpoint your own.

Different skin types  

There are five basic skin types:

  1. Normal. This skin isn’t overly dry or oily, has balanced sebum production and good blood circulation.
  1. Oily. A result of excess sebum production, this skin can look greasy and is prone to acne.
  1. Dry. Often flaky or rough, dry skin is a result of low sebum production and can feel tight or irritated.
  1. Combination. As the name implies, combination skin is a mixture of dry and oily skin types. Most commonly, the forehead and nose are oily while the cheeks and chin are dry.
  1. Sensitive. This skin type often reacts adversely to new products, the sun and even spicy foods. People with allergies, eczema and asthma often have this skin type.

How to identify your skin type

The wash test is the best way to pinpoint your skin type. Wash your face thoroughly with a mild cleanser. Without applying any moisturizers or other products, wait 30 minutes to an hour. After the time has passed, inspect your skin, taking into consideration how it feels.

  • Skin that looks shiny all over, has visible pores and doesn’t feel any different when you move your face is probably oily.
  • If your skin feels tight, especially when you smile or otherwise move your face, your skin type is most likely dry.
  • A shiny nose and forehead but tight, dull cheeks indicate combination skin.
  • If your skin looks great with no shine or tightness, you’re one of the lucky few with normal skin.

Visit a medical spa to learn more

If you need so help identifying your skin type or would like advice on how to care for your skin, make an appointment with a cosmetology student or professional at a Canadian Beauty College medical spa.

You can also experience the benefits of a professional touch and the right products with a specialized facial based on your skin type. Afterwards, a makeup artist can help you look your best

We also offer treatments such as Botox and massage therapy. Call us today to learn more about our services schedule an appointment at one of our GTA campuses.

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Here is what our students have to say

“My experience at the Canadian Beauty College is amazing. The staff is friendly and my teacher is very professional and very well organized in delivering the program. I have been studying for only two weeks and have been taught so much about the hairstyling industry. Canadian Beauty College is very professional and a fun learning environment.”

Dimitry N.
Hairstyling Diploma Student

“I am a student of the hairstyling diploma program. I am very happy with my teacher, Andrew. This was a great decision to join this school. I learn new things everyday.”

Hairstyling Diploma

“Informative and interesting course. Great instruction with important and relevant practical work. This is an excellent way to prepare for my new career.”

K. Preston
Medical Aesthetics Diploma Student

“I am currently a student of the hairstyling diploma program and I am very happy to have such a highly trained instructor! He provides me with superior education in a very comfortable atmosphere. It was the best decision I ever made. I will recommend Canadian Beauty College to any who would want to become a hairstylist.”

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