Skin Care

Skin Care

Although the kind of skin you have is determined by genetics, however, a regular skin care routine and a balanced diet can help keep away anomalies associated with your particular skin type.

Before beginning any skin care program, it is vital to understand your skin type, and then decide the specific problems you need to treat. Our skin care experts assess your skin based on its oil content, moisture content, thickness, texture, color, elasticity, pore size, sensitivity, and any other specific disorders. Depending on the overall picture presented by these parameters, our cosmetologists generally classify your skin into the following types:

Normal, Oily, Dry, Combination, Sensitive and Mature.

Your skin type will indicate the treatment program as well as the products that would be administered by our skin care experts.

To better understand your skin type, try the following test

I. Wash your face with soap and water. Note how your skin feels
Tight, as though it’s too small for your face Dry
Smooth and comfortable Normal
Dry and itchy in places Sensitive
Fine, rather comfortable Oily
Dry in some areas, smooth in others Combination
II. Apply a Toner. How does your skin feel afterwards?
It stings Dry
No problem Normal
Stings and itches Sensitive
Feels fresh Oily
Feels fresh in some areas, but stings in others Combination
III. How often do you break out in spots?
Hardly ever Dry
Occasionally, usually before or during the period Normal
Occasionally Sensitive
Often Oily
Often in the T-zone Combination
IV. How does your skin usually look by mid-day?
Flakes and patches appear Dry
Fresh and clean Normal
Flaky patches and some redness Sensitive
Shiny Oily
Shiny in the T-zone Combination
V. How does your skin react to a rich night cream?

Feels very comfortable Dry
Comfortable Normal
Sometimes comfortable, other times irritated Sensitive
Makes skin feel very oily Oily
Oily in the T-zone and comfortable in other Combination