Skin types

Learn more about
your skin types



Every person is unique and therefore every person's skin. Despite all the uniqueness, there are certain skin types. And that's a good thing: As soon as you know more about the texture of your skin, it is much easier to deal with it properly..

In concrete terms, this means that it is easier for you to find the right care options so that you can enjoy a healthy and fresh appearance for longer. Because: In the end, only you are in your own skin. And you should feel comfortable in it.


Learn more about your skin type

Normale Haut
Normal skin

Typical characteristics: 
hardly any blemishes or skin problems

Skin texture:
good blood circulation and hydration, fine pores, good skin's own protective acid mantle

even complexion with a healthy appearance

Dehydrierte Haut
Dehydrated skin

Typical characteristics:
temporarily rough and cracked skin as well as dry skin feeling

Skin texture:
The protective acid layer is damaged, flaking and inflammation, wrinkles are likely

sallow and marked by drought

Sensible Haut
Sensitive skin

Typical characteristics:
Redness, flaking, itching possible, sensitivity

Skin texture:
different, dehydration and damage to the skin's own protective acid mantle is possible

uneven, redness and dryness

reife haut
Mature skin

Typical characteristics:
Wrinkles, pigment spots, lack of elasticity

Skin texture:
Collagen structure damaged, insufficient supply of nutrients, greater susceptibility to skin damage

irregular, pigment spots and circulatory disorders



To make it easy for you, we have developed a skin advice app that you can use to find out more quickly: Answer a few simple questions and you will find out immediately which care product is right for you.

Aufbau der Haut


From the outside, your skin is like a fabric that envelops your body. Unlike a sweater, however, the skin has layers that we only see in the cross section of the skin:

The epidermis – Epidermis: It covers the body and protects it from outside influences. These include UV rays and bacteria. On the epidermis lies the body's own protective acid mantle, which protects your skin from drying out and is stabilized by the sebum and sweat glands.

The dermis – Dermis: Here you will find fine blood vessels, sebum glands, sweat glands, the hair follicles and also nerve tissue. The dermis contains the connective tissue, which consists of collagen and elastin, thereby giving the skin stability and elasticity. 

The subcutaneous tissue – Hypodermis, or subcutis: The subcutaneous tissue consists to a large extent of fatty tissue and is therefore an important energy store, which varies in thickness depending on the person. The hypodermis protects your body from cold and mechanical influences such as pressure or friction.

The smaller but still important parts of the skin include:

Sebum glands: They produce sebum, which is also called sebum. This consists of fatty acids, waxes,Squalanes and triclycerides. The sebum ensures that your skin does not dry out and is protected against germs. With an overproduction of sebum (soborrhea) people tend to have oily skin, with an underactive (sebastase) they tend to dry skin.

Sweat glands: Your body has very, very many of them, around 2 million sweat glands are in your skin. Sweat regulates your body temperature and even if it can sometimes smell unpleasant: it consists almost entirely of water. Only 1 percent go to a mixture that consists of ammonia and urea, among other things, as well as lactic, amino and fatty acids. 

The sebum and sweat glands have an important function in combination: They regulate the protective layer that surrounds your skin. This ultra-thin film on the skin has it all: it prevents moisture from evaporating from the skin and keeps harmful bacteria and other particles from inside your skin.

Funktionen der Haut


Skin can do more than just look beautiful: it encases your body and protects it from the outside world. Without skin, your organs and bones would be exposed and defenseless against danger. 

But your skin is also a sensory organ with innumerable nerves. In this way she tells you what is happening around you and how warm or cold it is.

As a storage organ, your skin binds moisture and important fats. As a result, it can also provide for your body, but above all protect it further: from the cold, from shocks and other physical influences

But what we mustn't forget: skin is sexy. Not only visually it helps with the partner: looking inside, but also through the sweat glands it makes you irresistible. Let them out, the pheromones!

Einflussfaktoren der Haut


Yes, skin care is an important topic and here cosmetics can help you achieve a good balance. A good skin cream, a mild facial cleanser or a well-formulated anti-aging cream are indispensable influencing factors, but not the only ones..

There are internal and external factors that affect the texture and health of your skin. You can control and determine most of them yourself.

The most important factors influencing your skin health include:

Genes, age, hormones, UV radiation, temperature, humidity, environmental toxins, nutrition, drug use, sleep and exercise.

Your personal skin analysis

Your skin is unique and as individual as you. It is therefore important to understand how it is exactly structured and which skin care tips are best suited to your case.

The first step to good care is a skin analysis and with our free skin consultation it's quick and easy..