Ideal for non-makeup days
However, I have combination skin and would say it leaves a light grease layer on my skin and a shine. My preference is to use it on days of no makeup and sun exposure.
Finding balance is the key to managing oily skin. Though your skin is naturally prone to producing oil, that doesn't mean your skin can't be dehydrated - and of course, anything too rich will only increase oil production! We've gathered our favourite solutions for oily skin types, so you're sure to find a routine to suit you.
Using a cleanser that is right for you is crucial. A foaming cleanser is a great choice to make sure the day is washed away. If your skin is more on the combination side, a gel cleanser may be more suitable. Don't be afraid of trying an oil cleanser - it sounds counterintuitive, but oil cuts through oil without disrupting the skin's balance.
It's also important to maintain your skin's hydration levels with a lightweight moisturiser and a serum. By not sufficiently hydrating your skin, you may be encouraging oil to form - this is how your skin tries to compensate for lost hydration. Stop the cycle in its tracks by hydrating your skin! Some moisturisers contain mattifying ingredients, so you don't need to look shiny midway through the day.
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