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Carefully designed skincare for combination skin

We know skin, and we know that every skin is unique. Combination skin is a mix of two skin types. As if one skin type wasn’t enough to care for, you are blessed with two. There are no one-size-fits-all or overnight wonders when it comes to taking care of your skin. We have made it our goal to guide you through the overwhelming amount of skin care starting with getting to know your skin type.

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Hydrating SerumHydrating Serum
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Hyaluronic Acid

Dehydrated skin

Tripeptide-2

Signs of aging

Hydrating MaskHydrating Mask
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Glycolic Acid

Uneven skin tone

Hyaluronic Acid

Dehydrated skin

Micellar WaterMicellar Water
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Niacinamide

Dull skin

Marine Water

Clogged pores

Glowing SerumGlowing Serum
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Vitamin C

Pigmentation

Squalane

Dehydrated skin

Day CreamDay Cream
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Niacinamide

Dehydrated skin

Ceramide

Fine lines

Night CreamNight Cream
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Provitamin B5

Dehydrated skin

Vitamin A

Elasticity loss

Cleansing FoamCleansing Foam
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AHA

Irritated skin

Chamomilla Extract

Rough skin

Spot StickSpot Stick
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Azelaic Acid

Blemishes

Lactic Acid

Uneven skin texture

Redness SerumRedness Serum
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Salicylic Acid

Clogged pores

Redyless®

Redness

Peeling MaskPeeling Mask
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Lactic Acid

Enlarged pores

Niacinamide

Uneven skin texture

Eye Repair GelEye Repair Gel
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Hyaluronic Acid

Dehydrated skin

Hexapeptide-11

Puffiness

Cleansing GelCleansing Gel
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Provitamin B5

Dehydrated skin

Salicylic Acid

Clogged pores

Calming SerumCalming Serum
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Vitamin E

Sensitive skin

Provitamin B5

Dehydrated skin

Cleansing Face ScrubCleansing Face Scrub
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Aloe Vera Juice

Uneven skin tone

Glycerine

Moisture loss

Redness KitRedness Kit
Sale price£186.00

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Redyless®

Redness

Salicylic Acid

Clogged pores

4 Characteristics of Combination Skin

01. T-zone

In your face, the T-zone describes the three areas: chin, nose, and forehead.  If you have combination skin, the T-zone will be oilier than the rest of your facial skin. It will be completely common for you to experience having a shiny T-zone due to the overproduction of sebum in the zone. In contrast to the oily areas, the other areas of your face will often be dry.

4 Characteristics of Combination Skin

02. Dry/Oily  

Normally, combination skin describes a mix of dry and oily skin. If you experience this type of combination skin, the dry areas of your face typically tend to be very dry, flakey, and dull-looking around the cheeks, hairline, and eye area.

4 Characteristics of Combination Skin

03. Normal/Oily

Instead of dry and oily skin, combination skin can also be normal on the other areas of the face and oily in the T-zone.

4 Characteristics of Combination Skin

04. Enlarged pores

Due to the overproduction of sebum, enlarged and clogged pores are common to experience when you have combination skin. Enlarged pores tend to be visible on the nose as the area is more prone to clogged pores and blackheads.

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Combination skin

Combination skin combines different skin types in different areas of the face. Typically, the forehead, nose, and chin may be more oily (known as the T-zone), while the cheeks and eye area may be more normal or dry. Taking care of combination skin requires a balanced approach with products that can address both oil production and moisture needs in different areas.