Discover Your Skin Type

Eleglour Beauty Stores’ innovative online shop employs an intuitive skin analysis tool, enabling visitors to effortlessly identify their unique skin type. Understanding one’s skin type is paramount, as it forms the foundation for selecting tailored skincare products that address specific needs, ultimately leading to a more radiant and healthy complexion

Here Is How It Works

  • Observation: Begin by thoroughly cleansing your face to remove any traces of makeup, dirt, or excess oil. Gently pat dry with a clean towel.

  • Identify the T-Zone: The T-Zone encompasses the forehead, nose, and chin. This area is characterized by its tendency to produce more sebum (natural skin oil) compared to the rest of the face.

  • Examine Shine and Texture: Assess the T-Zone for any noticeable shine or oiliness. Run your fingers along the area to feel for any excess oil or enlarged pores.

  • Check for Dryness: Observe the T-Zone for signs of dryness, such as flakiness, tightness, or rough texture. These may indicate a combination skin type with a dry T-Zone.

  • Consider Breakouts: Take note of any acne or blemishes in the T-Zone. Oilier skin in this area can contribute to clogged pores and occasional breakouts.

  • Monitor Throughout the Day: Pay attention to how the T-Zone behaves as the day progresses. Does it become noticeably oilier, or does it remain relatively balanced? This can provide insights into your skin’s natural tendencies.

  • Record Your Observations: Keep a journal or make mental notes of your findings. This will help you track patterns over time and make informed decisions about skincare products and routines tailored to your specific skin type.

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Oily Parts (T-Zone)

  • Forehead: The forehead is part of the T-zone and is often characterized by a noticeable shine. It tends to produce excess sebum, making it prone to oiliness. Pores may also appear enlarged.
  • Nose: The nose, particularly the area around the nostrils, is a prominent region of the T-zone. It tends to be quite oily and may exhibit visible pores and blackheads. This area is often referred to as the “oiliest” part of the face.
  • Chin (Mental Region): The chin, like the nose, is a central area of the T-zone. It commonly experiences excess oil production, leading to a shiny appearance. Pores may be more visible, especially on and around the chin.

Dry Parts(T-Zone)

  • Cheeks: The cheeks are typically drier compared to the T-zone. They may feel smooth but can also exhibit signs of dryness such as flakiness, tightness, or rough texture. They are less prone to excess oil production.

  • Outer Edges of the Face (Jawline, Temples): These areas, including the jawline and temples, are generally less oily than the T-zone. They can be prone to dryness, especially during colder months or for individuals with combination skin.

  • Under the Eyes: The delicate skin under the eyes is often thinner and more sensitive. It tends to be drier and may show signs of dehydration or fine lines. Using a hydrating eye cream is crucial to maintain moisture in this area.

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