5 Different Skin Types

Knowing your skin type is the first step to having radiant skin. There are 5 general skin types, normal, oily, dry, combination, or sensitive skin types. Skin types may change over time.
Below are the characteristics of skin types.
Normal Skin
Normal skin is in the middle of dry and oily, they are not too dry nor too oily. Tends to not have severe sensitivity. Usually with a radiant complexion but with barely visible pores. 
Oily skin has dull looking or shiny looking skin. With its thick complexion, oily skin tends to have blackheads, pimples, or other blemishes. Oily skin can worsen when you hit puberty or other hormonal imbalances.
Also, due to stress or heat/humidity.
Dry skin has almost invisible pores along with dull/ rough complexion. 
It also forms red patches and loses skin elasticity. Your skin may peel, get irritated, or become itchy. 
Combination skin is having both dry and oily skin type. Usually, T-zones (nose, forehead, and chin) are oily and the rest of the other areas such as cheeks are dry. This skin type is a little more complicated to treat because you need different care in different areas.
People with sensitive skin have to find what triggers their skin so that you avoid them. Having a sensitive skin means having itching, burning, dryness, and redness. There are many possible reasons, but most of the times it is in response to specific skin products.

The 6 Basics of Skin Care
1. Avoid Direct Sunlight
2. Drink a lot of water, stay hydrated
3. Make sure to put sunscreens on
4. Do not wear makeup to bed
5. Double cleanse if possible
6. Moisturize well with the right products