What Type of Skin Do You Have?

The four main skin types are normal, dry, combination, and oily. Each has unique properties.

Normal Skin

Normal skin is the rarest of the four skin types and what everyone is striving to achieve. It is characterized by a balanced natural barrier leaving the skin glowing and smooth. There are minimal breakouts with this skin type. The skin does not appear greasy or flakey.

Dry Skin

Dry skin is characterized by an overall lack of luminosity being particularly lackluster around the eyes. The skin is flaky, and the pores are small. The skin can be very sensitive with tightness, itching or cracking. Fine lines and wrinkles are more pronounced.

Oily Skin

Oily skin is shiny with enlarged pores. This skin type is prone to more blackheads due to pore size and sebum build-up. Skin can also get even more oily as the day passes. This skin type struggles with makeup application and longevity.

Combination Skin

Combination skin is exactly as it sounds. It is characterized by different areas of dry, oily, and/or normal skin. Most commonly people will have oiliness in their ‘T-zone’ (the middle of the forehead, the nose, and the chin) and dry or normal cheeks. There are visible areas of oiliness/dryness.

Do You Have A Skin Condition?

Skin conditions are not solely based on a person’s genetic makeup but are heavily influenced by external/environmental factors as well. A few common skin conditions are dehydration, acne or acneic, sensitive or sensitized, and aging.


Dehydration is an overall lack of moisture (both water and sometimes natural oils). This can occur based on the environment a person lives in, from not drinking enough water. A person with oily skin can still experience this skin condition. The tightness of the skin is the most obvious indicator of dehydration.

Acne and Acneic

Acne and Acneic skin are similar but not quite the same. Acne is an ongoing condition that is due to pores being clogged with sebum and bacteria. This condition is seen on the face, neck, chest, and back with extensive breakouts that are ongoing. These breakouts are more dramatic than with acneic skin. Acneic skin, while also characterized by breakouts, is more conditional based on hormonal changes, stress, and diet. A breakout with this skin condition may be more centralized and last a shorter period of time. Both skin conditions can occur within any skin type.

Sensitive or Sensitized Skin

Sensitive or sensitized skin is brought to someone’s attention based on their skin’s reaction to products. Most commonly there will be redness, itching, or a stinging reaction to multiple ingredients within skincare.

Aging Skin

Aging skin is unavoidable for all skin types. A person can only prepare for and take preventative measures to combat signs of aging. Loss of collagen and elasticity can be accelerated by environmental factors like the sun, but a quality skincare routine can help reverse these effects.

KULCBD Products Can Work For Your Type of Skin

We’re confident that once you try one of our products, you’ll see the difference. Whether you want to fight the effects of our environment, aging, or dryness, our products are scientifically crafted and tested to ensure all ingredients work in harmony.