Combination skin has some parts that are oilier and greasier than the other parts. In a combination of skin generally, the T-zone is oily, and the cheeks are either dry or normal. The oily T-zone area can be acne-prone and may also have noticeable pores. You may even have very dry, gray, and peeling cheeks.
Everyone can easily recognize combination skin. You are inexperienced regarding how to stop the shine and oil from your T zone areas like chin, nose, and forehead, but the further parts of face skin are okay. You might also have dry cheeks that touch tight and uneven to touch while the further parts of your face feel okay.
What Type Of Skin Care Products Work Best For Combination Skin?
There is no one-size-fits-all methodology for combination skin. Selecting the correct skincare product based on how dry or oily the particular parts of your face are. Based on that, you should build up a different skincare routine for both parts of your face. For the greasy parts of your skin, you will need products that have a non-greasy and matte finish. Such products help to reduce oil in the T-zone area. Now, if you are applying matte finish products on your face, it implies the dry parts will require more moisturization. Therefore, products (such as creams and moisturizers) having more ointments will work well for those parts. But, try not using those products on the oily parts as they will raise the oiliness in those areas.
When you choose products for your oily parts, always make sure that they are lightweight. Select products that have a gel-based or light consistency, and, certainly, hold a high amount of active ingredients and powerful agents. You can use lightweight products all over your face and then slather moisturizing serums and creams on dry parts.