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ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SKINCARE FOR OILY SKIN

Mar 28, 2018

LEARN MORE ABOUT SKINCARE FOR OILY SKIN

Although all skin produces oil, a truly oily skin type produces more than most. Excessive oiliness can be incredibly frustrating to deal with day in and day out. But no worries: you’re not stuck with shininess forever! Our Ultimate Guide to Skincare for Oily Skin helps you find the best ways to balance your skin’s oil production and keeps you looking smooth, matte, and flawless.

 

Through a solid skincare regimen, better lifestyle habits, and more, you can take care of your oily skin and maintain a healthy balance of oil to go from slick to soft and supple. We bet you'll even find some answers to questions you didn’t know you had—so why wait? Dive in to find your perfect oily-skin solution!


The causes of oily skin vary from hormones and heredity to diet and dehydration. It’s important to look at your lifestyle to determine what your true skin type is.



Ultimate guide to oily skin

 

 

A large majority of people with oily skin are simply dehydrated. Dehydration results from internal factors such as not drinking enough water, consuming too much sugar or alcohol, and lack of sleep, as well as external factors such as the products you use.

 

To determine if you’re oily or dehydrated, try a gentler cleanser and slightly richer moisturiser before going full-force into an oily-skin regimen. You may do more harm than good by using products intended for oily skin when you’re simply dehydrated.

 

Once you’ve determined that you have truly oily skin rather than just a dehydrated complexion, it’s time to pick out some products. Remember, products that strip your skin only wind up causing more oil production in the long run.

 

Look for products that are meant to mattify the skin and soothe it in the process, rather than scrubbing with harsh cleansers and using astringent toners. Clearing up excess oil is important, but using products intended to balance oil rather than strip it are more effective at reducing oil production.