Beginner's Skincare Guide

By Dorabelle


Determining your skin type

A must to know what products to buy or avoid.

The quantity of sebum your skin generates generally determines your skin type. The degree of oiliness in skin can fluctuate over time and may also be affected by elements including stress, genes, hormones, humidity, and the ageing process.


Normal Skin

Normal skin can be described as well-balanced.  Although there may be some oiliness on the forehead, chin, and nose, overall sebum and moisture levels are balanced, and the skin is neither too oily nor dry.


Dry Skin

Natural oil production in dry skin is often lower than on other skin types. This might make it seem dull and make it feel rough, flaky, or even scaly. It frequently has a tight or elastic feel, is obviously dehydrated, and could be more prone to more obvious fine wrinkles. 


Oily Skin

Large pores and a glossy, thicker-feeling complexion are signs of oily skin. Blackheads and pimples can be a problem. People with oily skin typically feel the need to wash their faces frequently because they struggle to keep their skin from shining throughout the day.


Sensitive Skin

Skin that is hyper-reactive and sensitive reacts more than regular skin does. It can prickle, heat up, sting, and itch. These uncomfortable sensations, which can occasionally be accompanied by redness, are a response to different stimuli that otherwise would not cause irritation.


Combination skin

The mixture skin type is typically characterized by dry, flaky skin on the cheeks and overly shiny skin in other parts of the face. The forehead, nose, and chin are a continual source of conflict for those with mixed skin.


Skincare Basics

These are must-haves for every skincare routine.


A Cleanser

In your skincare routine, facial cleansers are crucial. Face washes are used to get rid of debris, bacteria, germs, and cosmetics that can irritate the face.


A Moisturizer

Daily moisturizing can lower the likelihood of experiencing excessive dryness or oiliness. Both extremes are damaging to the skin and are the root of frequent skin problems like acne. 



One of the greatest and simplest methods to safeguard the health and beauty of your skin at any age is to wear sunscreen. Regular use of sunscreen can shield users from sunburn, skin cancer, and early aging.


In What Order Should I Apply Skincare?

Day vs. Night

Morning Routine

MUST-HAVE: Cleanser

Optional: Toner

Optional: Essence

Optional: Serum

MUST-HAVE: Moisturizer

Optional: Eye-cream


Evening Routine

Optional: Oil Cleanser / Makeup Remover

MUST-HAVE: Cleanser

Optional: Toner

Optional: Essence

Optional: Serum

Optional: Mask

MUST-HAVE: Moisturizer

Optional: Eye-cream

Optional: (Sleeping) mask

For Normal Skin

For Dry Skin

For Oily Skin

For Sensitive Skin

For Combination Skin

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