How Well Do You Know Your Skin?

A fun "personality" test to help you gain a deeper understanding of your skin.

| Jun 27, 2017 @ 00:42 | Skincare |

How Well Do You Know Your Skin?

You’ve heard of personality tests, now here’s one for your skin! Take the test below to find out which category your skin falls under.


After watching a movie:

A – I can’t wait to share the details of the movie with all my friends

B – I will feel lethargic if the movie was too long

C – I tend to picture myself in the catastrophic events shown in the movie

D – I usually can’t decide if I enjoyed it or not  

E – I will think back on the emotional scenes and feel sad about it



The following best describes my sleep pattern:

A – Late sleeper with irregular sleeping hours

B – Feels tired during the day and requires a lot of sleep

C – Feels tired all day and experiences obstructed sleep quite often

D –Experiences sleeplessness with nightmares

E – Experiences insomnia and unable to sleep well


The following best describes my ideal weekend:

A – Going on a nature trail and/or exploration trips with a big group of friends

B – Going to the cafes for some quiet reading and/or catch up with close friends

C – Shopping for some retail therapy and / or indulging in food to relieve stress

D – Staying home and doing nothing

E – There’s nothing that interests me



On the first day of work/school:

A –I feel very excited to be meeting new people in a different environment

B – I find it difficult to introduce myself and create conversations with others

C – I get anxious the night before and get sweaty palms when meeting new people

D – I worry a lot on how people might dislike me and feel emotionally drained at the end of the day

E – I will be alone and avoid all interaction with others


When faced with a problem that I can’t solve:

A – I will seek help from my friends and will be open to suggestions

B – I will remain calm and try to search for a solution by myself

C – I tend to feel anxious and frustrated, but will still try to work out a solution

D – I will feel a sense of helplessness and often at a loss for what to do

E – I will avoid the problem and not think about it




The skin is the largest organ in the body. More often than not, internal irregularities tend to show up on the skin first. From the skin symptoms, we are able to identify the related organs that do not have sufficient trace elements to function at their optimal level.  

At Carragheen, we believe that to prevent and manage skin conditions, each person needs to be treated as a unique individual.

In our previous article, we talked about how a woman’s complexion is intimately associated with her emotions, lifestyle and diet. Where the skin’s anatomy is linked to all major functions of one’s body including the immune, respiratory and circulatory systems. 

Various factors such as your lifestyle, temperament, personality and sleep patterns can affect your skin. Carragheen practices an all-around care method – internally and externally to locate the causes of any aesthetic problem.

Keen to have a more in-depth understanding and find out more on the treatments? Drop us a call at 6222 3376 for a personal skin consultation with our team of therapists.


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