Skin Types

Choose the skin type or condition below to find the Gennie Grady products best suited for your complexion.

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Skin with acne suffers from excessive oil production. The skin is sensitive and exhibits a high degree of redness. Clogged pores, blackheads, and pimples may occur. There can be breakouts on the neck, back, and chest also.

Acne Prone

Acne prone skin is very oily with some redness and clogging of pores. This skin type is extremely prone to breakouts.


Skin which suffers from allergy issues will appear red and dry, and may even display sudden outbreaks of hives, swelling, itching, or a tight feeling.


Combination skin has both dry and oily areas.


Dehydrated skin can – and often is – easily mistaken for dry skin. But the problem with dehydrated skin is lack of water, not lack of oil. Skin of this type will look and feel dry, even if the skin does have a good level of oil. This issue can co-exist with all skin types.

Dry Skin

Dry skin suffers from a lack of oil. Yes, healthy skin requires a certain level of oil! Though dry skin may have a fine texture and eveness, dryness tends to thin skin.

Mature Dry

Mature dry skin has a lack of sufficient oil. Skin shows anything from fine lines to deeper wrinkles, with a crepe-like, uneven texture. Skin of this type lacks tone and elasticity.


With only a small degree of oil in the T-zone, Normal Skin has good hydration levels and an overall evenness.

Normal to Dry

Normal to Dry skin has some oil. There may also be enlarged pores, and the skin can become uneven if dehydrated.

Normal to Oily

This skin type lends itself to be slightly oily. Skin has an even texture when well hydrated.

Pigmentary Stains

Pigmentary Stains can have a variety of causes, from age to sun exposure and hormonal changes.


Rosecea causes hyper-sensitive areas, usually on the nose, cheeks, and chin. Skin may exhibit anything on a spectrum from redness to small pustules or full-blown acne rosecea.


Sensitive skin often displays uneven color, redness, or appears blotchy. This skin type tends to be thin and displays a heightened sensitivity to heat or cold.