Eminence Identify Your Skin Type

Dry Skin
Your skin feels dry and tight, and sometimes you can see flakes on your cheeks, chin and forehead. Fine lines may be present around your eye and lip contour areas. It is important to use moisture-rich products such as a daytime moisturizer, and a moisturizing treatment at night to repair your skin while you sleep. Weekly moisturizing masques will keep your skin soft and supple and will reduce fine liens and signs of aging. Normal/Combination Skin
Your skin has an even tone, and is not overly dry or oily. From time to time you may experience oiliness on your chin, nose and forehead or dryness on your cheeks, lips and round your eye contour area. To keep the condition of your skin even and toned, a good skin care routine including cleansing and moisturizing is a must. Fine lines are minimized with the Apricot Whip Cream and skin glows with intense vitamin infusion of the Gooseberry Blackberry Serum. It is important to follow a daily and weekly routine. Acne Skin
Acne can affect skin at any age from adolescent to adult. Acne skin is usually characterized by normal to oily skin that persistently breakouts, is clogged, reactive and is sometimes inflamed. Acne is caused by a number of factors such as dirt, pollution, stress and an unbalanced diet. The good news is that acne skin can be alleviated over time by lowering stress, following a healthy diet, and by using natural organic skin care to keep skin clear and healthy. Oily Skin
Your skin is shiny, has visible pores and is prone to spots and blemishes. Makeup seems to slide off your skin as soon as it is applied. Oily skin has the benefit of not showing lines easily, but needs to be maintained to prevent breakouts and to control shine. The mattifying effect of the Rosehip Tonique and the Rosehip Whip Moisturizer are an oily skinís best defense. Rosacea
Sometimes confused with acne, Rosacea often shows on the skin as an inflammation and reddening on the nose, forehead, cheekbones or chin areas. Inflamed capillaries on the skinís surface give the complexion a red, blotchy or bumpy appearance. Rosacea is usually a genetic condition, but certain factors are known to aggravate it. Avoiding hot liquids, alcohol, spicy foods and extreme temperatures will help calm and clear irritation.