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Dry legs/ red dots on elbows
Dry legs only in winter
Dry legs only in winter/ occasional breakout on face
Smooth legs/ regular breakouts on chest & back

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Hay FeverHay Fever
NutsNuts
DairyDairy
NoneNone

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Less than 2.0 litres
2.0 litres or more

Lacklustre and tight
No different than usual
Inflamed: red & pink patches
Shiny, especially T Zone

Very taut & dry
Needs immediate moisturising
Moisturizing could wait
Doesn't need moisturising


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Primarily desk based
Primarily outdoors
Quite balanced

Always
Sometimes
Only in extreme weather
Never

Mostly processed food
Mostly plant-based
Anything goes


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Not noticeable
Small, mostly around the nose
Large, around the T Zone
Large, pretty much all over

Never
Once a day (more in summer)
Twice a day
More than three times a day


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Upto 6 hours
7-10 hours
More than 10 hours

Mostly deep sleep
Mostly light sleep
I've trouble sleeping

Thin - cracks eaily
Medium - wrinkles easily
Thick

Appear deeper
Remain visible for sometime
Quickly disappear
No change

Male
Female
Wouldn't say

Yes
No
Not Sure

Too Much
Moderate
Not Enough

Too Much
Moderate
Strees, what's that

Very Tolerant
I've photosensitivity
I get sun burns

Always
More often than not
Only in extreme weather
Hardly ever

Once a week
Every three to four days
Every second day
Daily, and by bedtime it’s oily again



Mature, ageing skin

Mature, ageing skin is driven by age and environmental factors that cause oxidative damage to the skin. Sun exposure, stress levels and lifestyle choices – along with the innate aging process – present the skin with a dull tone, uneven pigmentation or sun spots, fine lines or wrinkles that accompany dryness and sagging due to natural collagen depletion.

Dry skin

Dry skin conditions depend on how well your body can produce oil and maintain water balance in the body. Age, incorrect product use and certain medications’ side effects can decrease sebaceous gland activity, compromising the skin’s oil production.

Redness-prone/sensitive skin

Sensitive skin can flare up red, become agitated, sting or burn at the slightest provocation. Hereditary aspects are one aspect of this with higher histamine levels. But weather, allergies, sensitivities, environmental pollution, skin care products, sleep, hormonal change, stress and dehydration (amongst other things that may be personal triggers) are also at play. Any of these factors can cause an increased inflammatory response in the body, typically presenting as rosacea, eczema or hyper-reactive skin.

Oily skin

Waking up with a shiny gloss is a true attribute of oil-prone skin. The oiliness of your skin can depend on stage of life, time of year or the weather. A hormonal imbalance can affect how much oil is produced. Those going through puberty have more oil production than those experiencing menopause, where the skin tends towards dryness.

Acne-prone skin

Hormonal change, enlarged pores or poor bowel movements can all attribute to acne-prone skin. These skin types tend to break out more easily than their cohorts. While age can sometimes determine if it’s hormonal, bacterial or genetic, the severity and consistency can be the same for all acne-prone skin.