Skin types are broadly classified into normal, dry, oily, and combination and most of us fall under one of these. Normal skin is the least problematic, while oily skin is characterised with enlarged pores and excess sebum production. Dry skin is just the opposite. And if parts of your face are dry but some others oily, you probably have combination skin.
But thanks to environmental factors, and lifestyle choices, your skin could be behaving in a way that is not typical to your skin type. For example, you could have dry skin and be battling acne. Or you could have oily skin that is dehydrated. The latter is your skin condition. Your skin condition could change from day to day or week to week or even month to month.
So it’s important to choose a sheet mask according to your skin type and condition. We’ve done the hard work for you to bring you the top sheet masks for each skin type and skin condition. These are the ones truly loved and highly rated by your glass-skinned unnis rather than by marketing agencies, so you can trust they’ll have your skin glowing in no time.
This article first appeared in Cleo Singapore.