So, what's your type?


The largest organ we have is our skin and how we treat it is important, but everyone is unique and has their own requirements for healthy skin.

So what are the different types of skin?

Normal skin

While there are seemingly lucky ones that can use just about anything on their skin, normal just means your skin isn't overly oily or overly dry. Maintaining balance is the most important and using soaps that are made for oily or dry skin can cause your skin to overreact and cause unwanted breakouts or flaky skin.

Your skin would be best suited for Lavender Soap or Charcoal Facial Soap

Oily skin

One of the major benefits of having oily skin is having a softer appearance and sometimes it takes longer for wrinkles to form. The excess oils can cause clogged pores so finding a soap that is cleansing while not over-drying is important to keeping skin soft but not oily.

Your skin would be best suited for Orange & Tea Tree Soap or Sea Clay Facial Soap

Dry skin

Solving dry skin can be tricky depending on what you are experiencing. Moisture-rich soaps can sometimes just lead to breakouts so it's important to find something that gives you the moisture you need but also gentle when it comes to killing bacterias on your skin. 

Your skin would be best suited for Goats Milk & Coffee Butter Soap

Combination skin

Most likely you are focused on the T-Zone and need to pay special attention to where your trouble spots are. Sticking with a soap for normal types of skin is probably your safest bet while using toners and lotions to help balance out your combination areas.

Your skin would be best suited for Lavender Soap or Grapefruit & Thyme Soap.

Sensitive skin

Your skin is like a sensitive flower and does best when staying away from perfumes, dyes, alcohols, and/or preservatives. All of the soaps I make are 100% natural and safe for your skin. 

Your skin would be best suited for Lavender Soap

I hope this helps when deciding what your next soap will be! If you're still not sure, check out my Sample Set and get a little slice of each to help you decide. If you have any questions or comments, please comment below!

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