What skin type are you?

Understand your skin and its needs.

Find the right care and the right routine.

Did you know that our skin is the body's largest organ? In fact, the skin is one of them, along with the internal organs. However, it varies from person to person, which is why it is divided into different skin types. Because only if your skincare matches your skin type will your skin get what it needs. Determining your skin type will help you to find the right products and the right routine for you.

You can easily determine your skin type yourself by following the steps below:

Step 1:

Thoroughly cleanse your face of excess sebum, dirt buildup and makeup.

Step 2:

Let your skin rest for an hour, avoiding any use of creams & co.

Step 3:

Now look at your skin carefully in the mirror and then compare it with the following skin types.


If your facial skin is well supplied with blood, has fine pores and feels velvety, if it appears soft and supple, then it is normal skin. Robust and easy to care for - with normal skin, the natural skin functions run almost smoothly. It is generally insensitive to environmental influences.


Do some parts of your face start to tighten and redden while you are waiting? If there are also flaky patches and small wrinkles and you have a pale, dull complexion, this is a sign of dry skin. Itching, tightness, flaking - dry skin can be unpleasant. However, stress and environmental influences can affect the appearance of the skin. This is where the right care is all the more important.


Does your face have an oily sheen and numerous blemishes or pimples? Then you tend to have oily, blemished skin. With this skin type, pores are also significantly enlarged and visible. The right skincare can counteract and prevent blemishes.


Does the T-zone on your forehead, nose and chin appear slightly oily and have coarse pores, while your cheeks and eye area are tight with dryness and/or red? These are the characteristics of combination skin. Certain ingredients in skincare can help to provide optimum care for your combination skin despite its different skin conditions.


Is your skin irritated and reddened in many places and does it also feel tight? Is your skin tight and reacts quickly to external influences and certain ingredients?These characteristics are typical of sensitive skin. The wrong care products, allergies and stress can put additional strain on the skin.


Do fine lines and wrinkles appear around your eyes, mouth and forehead? Does your skin tend to be dry and chapped, do you see changes in pigmentation or visible veins? Your skin lacks elasticity and resilience - then it is quite possible that your face needs mature skin care.Incidentally, the ageing process begins as early as the age of 30, as the body's own production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid decreases and the skin loses tension, elasticity and structure.


Rosacea is a chronic and inflammatory skin disease, also known as Couperose. Typical symptoms include redness, dilated veins and blisters, especially on the face. The facial redness manifests itself in episodes and shows different symptoms depending on the severity.In advanced phases, the redness is accompanied by increased sensitivity due to inflammation, accompanied by burning and itching sensations. Fragrances and irritating ingredients should be avoided in skin care and moisturizing and barrier-strengthening substances should be used instead.