Choose a routine based on your skin type:

Skin types:

Mixed Tenul

Combination skin is characterised by excess sebum and enlarged pores and enlarged pores in the T-zone (forehead, nose, chin) and a drier, more sensitive texture on the sides of the face. This is a fairly common skin type that can be more difficult to care for than normal skin.


Normal Tenul Normal

Normal skin is characterised by a smooth texture, a clean appearance and a healthy colour. Pores are generally small and not visible and sebum production is balanced. This is considered to be an ideal skin type as it does not present any major skin care problems.

Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is characterised by irritation, itching, redness or slight flaking. This skin type is more prone to allergic reactions to cosmetics or environmental factors. Sensitive skin may also be more prone to irritation from cleansers, exfoliation or UV rays.

Dry Tena

Dry skin is characterised by rough texture, itching and flaking, and the appearance of premature wrinkles. It is a skin type that is less oily, with a lower natural oil content and a reduced ability to hydrate. The causes can be diverse, ranging from genetic factors to environmental exposure, such as wind or heat, or the use of cleaning or exfoliating products too often or too strongly.

Tenul Gras

Oily skin is characterised by excess sebum produced by the sebaceous glands. This can lead to blackheads, pimples and shiny skin. Causes can include a high-fat diet, hormones and stress.

To care for oily skin, it is important to use gentle cleansers that remove excess sebum without over-drying the skin. Light textured skincare products are also recommended to avoid loading the skin with greasy products.

Acne Complexion

Acneic skin is characterised by the presence of inflammation such as pimples, blackheads or cysts. This type of skin is usually oilier and more prone to blocked pores. Acne can be caused by a variety of factors, such as hormonal fluctuations, excess sebum and build-up of impurities.

Problem Skin

Problem skin is an umbrella term that can be used to describe a variety of skin problems such as acne, redness, irritation, dryness, etc. This skin type may be more prone to problems such as irritation, inflammation or acne due to factors such as hormonal fluctuations, excess sebum, unhealthy diet or use of inappropriate products.