Oily skin has many advantages, such as aging more slowly and wrinkles appearing later. But it needs competent care so that it does not become dehydrated.
- Just because your skin is oily doesn’t mean you have to use alcohol-based products! I think that this fact is known to everyone and no one cleans the skin with calendula tincture or salicylic acid anymore.
- Use paper towels to dry the skin and then discard the tissue. A terry towel accumulates sebum and is usually used multiple times, so a tissue box can be a lifesaver.
- Thermal water is a great help both in summer (just not under strong sun) and in winter during the heating season.
- Change your pillowcase at least once a week, because even after washing your face, it can build up throughout the night.
- Never exercise with makeup on your face! Exercising increases sweating, and sebum and sweat combined with foundation or powder can lead to clogged pores, which is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria.
- If you want to wash off the sebum during the day, then wash it off with cool water, but then be sure to moisturize your skin with a moisturizing toner.
Too aggressive and improper care can disrupt the water-lipid shell, causing peeling and dehydration of the skin, which can lead to even more oil production.
I’m also quite an opponent of abrasive scrubs for the face. Today, great peels and dermabrasion creams are being created that will peel off the excess top layer and clean it without damaging the skin.
Proper care at home and appropriate procedures in the salon are the key to beautiful skin!
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