Find out everything you need to know about skincare on the Aveeno® training hub.


Learn how to identify different skin types to ensure that your service is tailored to the individual. From dry skin and eczema to understanding the skin microbiome, gain the confidence you need to help your customers.


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Dry skin & the role of emollients

Learn about skin structure and function to understand more about dry skin. This guide will help you explain the benefits of the Aveeno® range.

Find out more about dry skin >

The skin microbiome

Explore the diverse community of microorganisms that coexist on the skin surface1 and how it affects skin heath.

Learn how the skin microbiome works >

Identifying skin types

Discover how to identify different skin types so that you can better inform and understand your customers’ needs. Find out how to recommend an Aveeno® range for them.

Get to know each skin type >

What is sensitive skin?

Did you know that sensitive skin affects almost three quarters of adults2? Learn the most common signs of sensitive skin and which Aveeno® skin products are suitable.

Learn about sensitive skin >


More clinical resources


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Browse our collection of research papers and peer-reviewed publications to find out more about colloidal oatmeal, clinical testing and more.



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Learn how to help your customers with dry skin

Take part in the 5-Point Consultation Plan training and increase your knowledge on dry skin and eczema. Feel more confident advising customers that suffer from dry or eczema-prone skin.

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1. Grice EA, Segre JA. The skin microbiome. Nature reviews Microbiology. 2011;9(4):244-253.

2. Chen W, Dai R, Li L. The prevalence of self-declared sensitive skin: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2020 Aug;34(8):1779-1788. doi: 10.1111/jdv.16166. Epub 2020 Jan 20. PMID: 31869523. The prevalence of self-declared sensitive skin: a systematic review and metaanalysis - PubMed (



Date of preparation: June 2023