You cannot have beautiful makeup without healthy skin. Mary Kay offers a basic skin care regimen that when used properly (twice a day) has 11 Age Fighting Qualities and helps my skin stay soft & clean!
Normal Skin Type
You likely have Normal Skin, if you didn’t answer “Yes” to many of the questions listed in the Skin Analysis? Normal skin is not too dry and not too oily. There aren’t many imperfections and you likely to do not struggle constantly with dry spots or acne. Your skin is not severely sensitivity. You may have an allergy, however, rarely multiple allergies and can use common skin care products/ingredients. Your skin is smooth and soft with barely visible pores! You lucky dog!
Dry Skin Type
You likely have dry skin, if you experience tightness in through your forehead, have premature or defined lines & wrinkles developing around your eyes and mouth and if your skin feels “ashy” or dry to the touch minutes after freshly washing. When you have dry skin, you can have nearly invisible pores, dull and/or rough complexion, red/ rough patches and less elasticity or “bounciness”. When exposed to drying factors such as too much direct sunlight, wind or cold, hormonal changes, some medications, indoor heating, and some types of cosmetics & cleaners, the skin can crack, peel, or become itchy, irritated, or inflamed.
Tips for Caring for Dry Skin:
Preform your own Skin Analysis
To determine the type of skin you have, you must complete a Skin Analysis. The overall appearance of your skin will define your skin type. When analyzing your skin, there are a few questions you should asked yourself. These questions will help identify the key skin factors for which you should be looking.
After washing with your current product (Do not Moisturize) ask yourself the following questions:
There are 5 types of Skin : Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily and Sensitive Learn the Best way to Treat your Skin here
Regardless of what specific type you are there are some basic things that should be apart of every Skin Care Regimen