Oily Skin Care

Oily skin – characterized by excessive production of sebum by the sebaceous glands of the skin, which leads to excessive shine, especially in the T zone (forehead, nose, chin) and enlarged skin pores. It is prone to the formation of blackheads, inflammation and acne. Excessive sebum secretion may be caused by genetic predisposition or hormonal activity.

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What should you remember?

Make-up removal and cleansing
Cleansing oily skin is a key step in your daily skincare routine. Start by cleansing thoroughly to remove excess sebum, impurities and dead skin cells that can lead to clogged pores and breakouts. When applying makeup and sunscreens, start by removing them, using micellar fluid, milk or balm with a delicate formula.

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Then, to thoroughly penetrate the pores of your skin, use a gel, oil or mousse that will remove excess oil but will not dry out the skin.
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Toner is the next important step, choose a toner that contains cleansing and pore tightening ingredients, such as salicylic acid or hamamelis extract, (avoid alcohol-based toners!) Toner will help soothe irritations, tighten pores and help stabilize the sebaceous glands by regulating the pH your skin and then prepare your skin for further care steps.
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Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells, unclog pores and reduce excess sebum. Here are some ways to effectively exfoliate oily skin:
Mechanical exfoliation: Choose products or tools that physically remove dead skin cells. You can use a gentle cleansing scrub that contains particles such as tiny beads or granules to gently exfoliate your skin by massaging your skin gently in circular motions to improve the appearance and texture of your skin.
Chemical exfoliation: uses chemicals such as fruit acids (e.g. glycolic acid,

lactic acid) or salicylic acid to dissolve the bonds between skin cells and remove dead cells. Products containing these ingredients are often in the form of cleansing tonics or masks. Using them regularly will reduce the number of blackheads and achieve a more even skin tone.
Enzymatic exfoliation: uses plant enzymes (e.g. bromelain from pineapple, papain from papaya) to break down dead skin cells. Products containing enzymes are applied to the skin and left for a few minutes, allowing them to gently dissolve dead skin cells. This type of exfoliation is gentler than mechanical or chemical exfoliation and may be more suitable for people with sensitive skin.

Then choose a serum that contains ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin C or niacinamide that will help regenerate the skin, reduce shine and minimize the appearance of blackheads and acne.

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It is a very important element in the care of oily skin. Choose a light moisturizing cream with a non-comedogenic composition that will protect the hydrolipid barrier and will not clog pores. Avoid creams that are too rich or oily, which may make your skin shine.

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Cleansing masks – cleansing masks can be a perfect complement to your care, choose a mask containing ingredients such as clay, activated carbon or tea tree oil, which will help soothe irritations, absorb excess sebum and cleanse pores.