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Skin type

Understanding your skin type is key to achieving a healthy and radiant skin.

Every skin is unique and ranges from dry and sensitive to oily and acne-prone. Some of us have a quite balanced normal skin, while others struggle with dark circles under the eyes. Let's dive into the different skin types and their characteristics. This will help you to discover your personal skin type and the best practices to take care of this specific type of skin.

Whether you're looking for hydration for dry skin, the right treatments for acne, or just curious about understanding your skin, Cent Pur Cent will help you get started on your unique skin type.


    Normal skin

    Your skin does not feel dry or oily. It feels soft and smooth. Pores are visible, yet not large. You only get acne occasionally. Your nose and/or chin is not shiny, nor are your cheeks dry.

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    Combined skin

    Your skin often gets oily in the T-zone, yet feels normal. After cleansing, some parts of your skin may feel dry, while others feel soft. You get pimples and blackheads on your T-zone quite often.

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    Oily skin

    Your skin gets rather oily. Your skin texture is thick and rough. Your pores are large, clogged and visible. Your face is shiny and you regularly get acne and/or blackheads.

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    Sensitive skin

    Your skin gets easily irritated. It gets itchy and reddened. You have flaky or scaly patches on your skin and may experience a burning sensation. After cleansing, your skin feels dry and itchy. You occasionally get acne.

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    Dry skin

    Your skin has a rather thin structure. When you touch your skin, it feels dry. Your skin often looks dull and has very small pores. After washing, your skin feels tight. You rarely, if ever, get acne.

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    Acne is a skin condition caused by clogged pores, inflammation and bacteria. Sebaceous glands in our skin produce sebum, an oily substance that moisturizes the skin. In acne-prone skin, the pores get clogged faster, which leads to pimples, blackheads and red inflammation.

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    Dark circles

    Dark circles and puffiness are both common and visible problems around the eyes, yet they have different causes. Dark circles refer to the discoloration of the skin under the eyes, while puffiness is caused by fluid or fat accumulation and swelling in the area under the eyes.

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