Oily skin can be troublesome, especially for many young people. A small consolation may be that oily skin is said to prevent some of the wrinkles that come with age. Oily skin is characterized by a shiny T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) and for instance enlarged pores and pimples.
Be extra thorough with your cleansing routine and use a en pre-cleanser to remove all traces of makeup.
Foaming Cleansing facial wash.
A facial toner helps to balance your skin.
Cleansing. Be extra thorough with your cleansing routine if you have oily skin. Cleanse your face both in the morning and the evening, but avoid using products that risk drying out the skin. If the skin is deprived of its natural oils the sebaceous glands will react by producing even more sebum! Instead, choose products that leave the skin clean and fresh at the same time as they soothe, balance and add moisture.
Lightweight day cream with Vitamin E.Rehydrating eye gel.
Moisturising. Choose a moisturiser that fits your skin, preferably one that will add lot of moisture. Oily skin does not need a rich cream, instead opt for lighter day and night creams that can add a lot of moisture and that quickly can be absorbed by your skin. If you have very oily skin, you can try to only use a moisturising serum and skip the cream altogether.
Remove dead skin cells and unclog pores.
Treatment. Use a gentle enzyme peeling once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells, dissolve blackheads and prevent new breakouts. Enzyme peel is an exfoliating mask, without scrubbing beans, that contains AHA- and BHA-acids (salicylic acid) that have a deep cleansing effect and that will keep your skin fresh and luminous. Avoid using exfoliating products containing mechanical scrubbing beans in your face since they may damage your skin.
… is to adjust your skincare routine after the season and to apply your moisturiser more often and more liberally. We are so good at always applying hand cream to keep our hands soft, and you simply have to treat the skin in your face the same way. Try applying your moisturiser more liberally and you will see a difference.
Are you dreaming of a natural, golden tan in time for New Year’s Eve? Follow these three steps to get an even bronze overnight:
1. Peel. Exfoliate your skin to remove dead skin cells. Use a body scrub for your body and an enzyme peel for the sensitive skin in your face. Be thorough and pay extra attention to your knees and elbows that tend to be dry. 2. Moisturise. Make sure to really saturate your skin, and be careful not to miss any parts. Dry skin tends to soak up more bronzing product which can give you an uneven result. 3. Even out. The secret behind an even result is to take your time and massage the product into your skin. If you’re applying bronzer to your face, remember to fade out the colour around your hair line, brows, neck and ears.
Wash your hands repeatedly when you are done to avoid stains on hands, and don’t forget your cuticles and nails. Wait a few minutes before you get dressed, and make sure to use dark clothes that won’t suffer from discolouration. Magic!
Sure you can. What you choose to eat can affect your skin both to the better and to the worse. The most important thing is of course to enjoy good food and eat a varied diet, but sometimes you may feel the need to boost your body with some extra antioxidants (especially this close to Christmas). Our favourite sources of antioxidants at the moment are: Beets (red, yellow or polka), Raspberries, Artichokes, Strawberries and Blueberries.
If you’re having a hard time maintaining a clear complexion even though you have a good cleansing routine, there may be several hidden reasons as to why. One of them could be your makeup brushes that often hide both bacteria, dirt and excess oil that ends up on your skin. Wash them with regular shampoo and conditioner once a week and they’ll feel like new.