7 Ways to Manage Oily Skin
Oily skin can be a major pain for anyone. When you have oily skin you'll most likely encounter enlarged pores, zits, and blackheads–but these things don't need to take over your life! You can avoid constant touch-ups, unsightly shine, and zits by learning the proper skin care routine that can manage your overly excited oil glands.
Before anything, remember to let each layer of skin care product dry before you head on to the next to give time for your pores to absorb it. Also, if you're still having problems after following this regimen, we recommend that you consult with a dermatologist to better address your skin's concerns.
Pond’s Acne Clear White Multi-Action Facial Scrub and Wash.
After you’ve removed your makeup with a makeup remover, wash it right after using a foaming cleanser that will suck out all the dirt and grime from your pores.
Biokos Dermabright Toner, P899.
Refine your pores by swiping on a toner. A brightening formula will also help lighten past blemish marks and brighten your skin’s overall appearance.
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Juice Beauty Blemish Clearing Serum, P1,675.
Massage a powerful serum all over the face. This particular formula clears the skin with organic fruit acids and naturally derived salycilic acid that kills pimple-causing bacteria while being gentle on the skin.
Pond's Overnight Pimple Care Gel.
Spot treat a stubborn blemish before you hit the sheets with a gel that reduces inflammation and speeds up the healing process.
Contrary to the popular belief of skipping the moisturizer because it might just make your skin more oily, one must balance skin’s oil production by hydrating it with an oil-free gel moisturizer. Do this daily, and you’ll notice your skin’s shine becoming more manageable than before.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.