Oily / Acne Prone Skin

You experience several pimples and pustules. Breakouts are consistent and often take a long time to heal. You’ve likely experienced acne for quite some time. 

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Oily / Acne-Prone Skin

Have acne, clogged pores, and sometimes a bit too much natural glow? Read on for tips on how to deal.

Oil is essential for keeping skin soft, healthy and glowing, but too much is too much. Over production of sebum, an oily substance created by sebaceous glands in the skin, is responsible for overly oily skin. This can cause clogged pores and may lead to acne, blackheads and blemishes.

It's not all bad news though as oily skin is less likely to produce deep wrinkles. While oily skin is often caused by genetics, there are a few things you can do to control it.

Skin Tips

Starting with the basics, choose an effective cleanser to unclog pores and remove excess oil. A mild wash will help reduce some oil, along with any acne you might have.

While it might seem counterintuitive, it’s important to use a moisturizer to ensure your skin receives adequate hydration. Excessively using oil-control products can strip too much oil, resulting in your skin over-producing sebum again. Noncomedogenic moisturizers help combat dryness without causing clogged pores. Look for moisturizers with mattifying agents to control the appearance of oily skin like Nourish.

Signs

Shiny, thick complexion

Acne and blemish-prone

Less likely to wrinkle

Enlarged pores

Not sure what your skin needs?

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