Skin Textures and How To Treat Them

Skin texture can vary from person to person and can change over time due to factors such as age, genetics, skincare habits, and environmental influences. There are several common types of skin textures, and each may require a slightly different approach to skincare. Here are some of the most common skin textures and tips on how to care for each:

Smooth Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Smooth skin has an even surface without noticeable bumps or texture irregularities.

Skincare Tips: To maintain smooth skin, focus on basic skincare routines, including cleansing, moisturising, and sun protection. Exfoliate occasionally to remove dead skin cells for an extra polished look.

Rough or Dry Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Rough or dry skin may feel flaky, rough to the touch, or tight.

Skincare Tips: Use a gentle exfoliator to remove dead skin cells, and follow up with a hydrating moisturiser. Regular use of a moisturiser or sheet mask with humectants like hyaluronic acid can help improve texture.

Oily Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Oily skin often feels greasy, appears shiny, and may have enlarged pores. It's prone to blackheads and acne.

Skincare Tips: Use a gentle, oil-free cleanser to control excess oil production. Salicylic acid or CBD can be used for acne control. Don't skip moisturising, as dehydrated skin can trigger even more oil production.
Recommended Product: The Glo Getter Sheet Mask

Combination Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Combination skin has both oily and dry areas. The T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) is usually oilier, while cheeks may be dry or normal.

Skincare Tips: Use a gentle, pH-balanced cleanser. Incorperate products that benefit all areas of your skin. Make sure to hydrate your skin and use calming ingredients. 
Recommended Product: The Dewy Glo Face Mist

Sensitive Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Sensitive skin is prone to redness, irritation, and may have a stinging or burning sensation in response to certain products or environmental factors.

Skincare Tips: Use products created specifically for sensitive skin. Patch-test new products and avoid harsh ingredients. Gentle, soothing ingredients like aloe vera and chamomile can be beneficial.
Recommended Product: The Skin Soother Sheet Mask

Aging Skin Texture:

Characteristics: Aging skin may develop fine lines, wrinkles, and a loss of elasticity, leading to a less smooth appearance.

Skincare Tips: Incorporate anti-aging products like retinoids, antioxidants, and peptides into your routine. Hydration is crucial to plump and smooth the skin. Sunscreen is essential to prevent further damage.

Acne-Prone or Bumpy Texture:

Characteristics: Acne-prone skin can have raised bumps, pustules, and inflammation.

Skincare Tips: Use calming ingredients like CBD to reduce inflammation and redness. Avoid picking at blemishes, as it can worsen scarring.
Recommended Product: The Skin Soother Sheet Mask

Uneven Skin Tone and Texture:

Characteristics: Uneven skin tone and texture can result from issues like hyperpigmentation, sun damage, or scarring.

Skincare Tips: Use products with ingredients like vitamin C, niacinamide, and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) to improve skin tone and texture over time. Sunscreen is crucial to prevent further damage.
Recommended Product: The Brightening Bomb Sheet Mask

Remember that everyone's skin is unique, and it may take some trial and error to find the skincare routine and products that work best for your specific skin texture and concerns. 

Shop the blog

The Dewy Glo Face Mist
£16.00
The Super Glo Hydro Boost Jelly Moisturiser
£20.00
The Glo Getter Sheet Mask Set
£24.00
The Glo Cleansing Exfoliating Balm
£16.00
The Essential Dewy Glo Box
£45.00