Epionce 101: What’s Your Skin Type?

December 13, 2011 | posted by Justin Skeesuck

Once you know your skin type, it is relatively easy to pick which Epionce products are best to start with. Most Epionce products are marked by recommended skin type, known as the “Dot System.” One dot indicates a product that is best suited for Dry or Sensitive skin. Two dots designate a product that is best for Normal-to-Combination skin. Three dots are suited for Oily to Problem-Prone skin. A product with no dots is great for all skin types

Sometimes just one simple question will offer your skin type answer: After you cleanse your skin in the morning, when do you usually notice you have a shiny face? If it’s before noon, you are likely an oily skin type; if it’s around 3:00, you are probably a normal skin type. If you never notice shine, you are probably a dry skin type. Combination skin types notice shine in just certain areas of the face, namely the “T-Zone,” which includes the forehead, nose and chin.  Pore size can also indicate skin type: Larger, more visible pores designate oiler types, while smaller, invisible pores are found on drier types.

If you are unsure, ask your skin care professional to help you determine your correct skin type, and tell her which skin conditions concern you the most, so that she can recommend the best Epionce home regimen to suit your specific needs.

*Next post: Recommended ingredients for Dry Skin Types.