Oily Skin

Oily Skin

People with combination or oily skin have problems with sebum quantity and quality, which means their skin is more likely to have pimples and other blemishes. But blemishes can also be linked to other diseases like eczema, for example, which make them more difficult to treat. Finally, acne is very common during adolescence, affecting 80% of young people. But it can also impact adults, both men and women, taking other specific forms in this case.

WHAT CHARACTERISES OILY OR COMBINATION SKIN?

Oily skin generally has a thicker texture, dilated pores, and a dull, greasy and shiny appearance. This appearance is due to excess sebum, which promotes the appearance of skin blemishes such as “blackheads” and “pimples”. For combination skin, blemishes are usually located on the T-zone: the forehead, nose and chin. The rest of the face and body may have normal or even dry skin. Combination skin is imbalanced and easily damaged.

IF YOU HAVE AN OILY CONGESTED SKIN YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED ON THE FOLLOWING FACIALS

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