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A skin analysis is also known as a skin consultation; most people never had a proper skin consultation or skin analysis done. They mostly guess their skin type, take part in online quizzes or have an aesthetician tell them in passing during a facial. These are the reasons why many people get it wrong.

Though most people think they have sensitive skin, only a few men and women possess this type of skin. A proper skin analysis involves a professional checking your skin to know what your skin type is, evaluating your skin health and developing a skincare routine for you. In this particular blog, you will learn what a skin analysis is and what it does for you. 

Why Should You Have a Skin Analysis? 

When you complete a proper skin analysis or consultation, it helps you to take proper care of your skin and enhance your skin results along with improving specific skin problems. You may even have to opt for recommended in-clinic treatments to achieve better and faster results, or you may even be referred to a medical expert. 

The skin is considered to be the most significant body organ and is more complex and interconnected than you think. There are various connections and pathways between your gut, brain and skin. There are many health problems that manifest in the skin, and you will find that sometimes, the skin provides the initial signs that there is something wrong in your body. For instance, there are various ways diabetes shows up on your skin. 

Though aestheticians are not known to treat or diagnose skin disorders, the best aestheticians can easily inform you of the need to visit a medical expert or a dermatologist to investigate potential health problems. They usually do this after you undergo a proper skin analysis with their help. 

Different Skin Types and Conditions 

There are different skin types and skin conditions that you must know before opting to evaluate your skin. They are as follows:

  • Skin types 
  1. Dry 
  2. Combination 
  3. Oily 
  4. Normal 
  5. Sensitive 
  • Skin concerns 
  1. Aging 
  2. Dehydration 
  3. Acne 
  4. Pigmentation 
  5. Discoloration 
  6. Uneven texture
  7. Enlarged pores
  8. Rosacea

Though you may not be able to find your skin type and concerns immediately, it is even harder to find out on a skincare routine for specific skin types or concerns. Sometimes, even the best aestheticians get it wrong, and this might be due to the fact that most aestheticians receive training on skin care products that come from the brands they carry. They are not known to do any independent study of the product or test the product at all.

Final Words 

Before you opt for a proper skin analysis from a medical facility with the help of a full-face skin analysis device, you must know more about your skin type. You can read the blog above to learn more about the different skin types and skin concerns that people usually have. It is important that you learn about your skin type before any skincare routine is made to take care of the skin. 


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