4 Face Washing Tips for Oily Skin

4 Face Washing Tips for Oily Skin

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Properly cleansing oily skin is often a struggle. In order to enable you to stay shine free all summer long, we have rounded up these face washing tips for you.

#1 Pick the right cleanser

Select a cleanser especially formulated for oily skin to reduce shine. It gets rid of the extra oil, bacteria and debris that oil can trap in your pores. Be sure you look for ingredients like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide. And choosing a light formula, like a gel or perhaps foam, can also help with oily skin as products which are actually creamy or thick are not always non comedogenic and can leave you with clogged pores.

#2 Exfoliate regularly

Exfoliating your oily skin regularly to keep pimples, blackheads and clogged pores at bay. Oily or perhaps thicker skin is able to benefit from manual exfoliation and brushing as this particular skin type may have an additional level of build up on the surface area that manual exfoliation can remove, leaving your skin less shiny and rebalanced. Don’t go crazy. Even oily skin may be irritated and red from an excessive amount of rubbing.

#3 Wash twice a day

Cleaning the face of yours too much can make your oily skin even oilier. Stick to twice-a-day cleansing. Once in the morning to make a new palette for makeup and sunscreen, and once before sleep to removes the pollutants and irritants that our skin is actually exposed from the day.

#4 Follow up with moisturizer

Do not think you do not need moisturiser just since you’ve oily skin. Skipping moisturizer could really make the skin of yours even oilier. And adding moisture to the skin after cleansing helps reduce the oiliness since it will help slow down sebum production. For oily skin, go for an oil free, lightweight moisturizer with shine fighting formula.

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