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Normal skin is characterized by a stable moisture and fat balance and good blood circulation. This results in soft skin with an even surface. This skin type often occurs in combination with other conditions such as dry skin or sensitive skin.


A dry skin type is characterized by low sebum production, i.e. the skin lacks fat. This often results in the skin barrier being weak and moisture easily evaporating from the skin. The weak skin barrier also makes the skin more sensitive to external stresses, such as weather and wind. Dry skin often worsens during the winter months. Then many people experience that the skin feels tight, not very elastic, maybe even red, irritated and flaky.


An oily skin type has high sebum production and is characterized by a shiny surface, especially on the forehead, nose and chin. The pores are usually large and the skin can therefore feel somewhat rough and uneven. Oily skin is more prone to breakouts and breakouts than other skin types, and although skin rarely feels dry, it can feel that way due to a lack of moisture, especially during the winter.


The most common skin type is combination skin, where the face has different skin types on different parts of the face. This is often characterized by different parts of the face having alternating oily and dry skin. It is most common to have an oily T-zone (forehead, nose, chin) and dry or normal in the U-zone (along the edges of the face and cheeks). Impurities and pimples can therefore appear in the T-zone on certain occasions, and the skin can become shiny. Dry areas on the cheeks are usually due to lack of moisture.