Combination Skin, Moisturizer for combination skin care

Combination / Normal Skin Care

Our face can be divided into two zones: the T-zone or the area of the forehead, nose and chin and the perimeter - the area along the edge of the face.

Combination skin is actually quite normal: we all tend to be oilier around the so-called T-zone and drier around the perimeter of the face. Just how oily the T-zone can be varies, of course. You probably have combination skin if your skin has:

Combination / Normal Skin Care, Cure, Remedy & Treatment

Caring for combination skin requires balancing the requirements of drier areas like the cheeks with the oiliness in the T-zone. For most people, the differences between oily and dry areas aren't major: you might just have a bit more oil in the T-zone than on the rest of your face. So cleanse your T-zone as you cleanse the rest of your face. You don't need to use different products for different parts of your face. You can use an alcohol-free toner on your T-zone if it is very oily. But limit it to once a day.

Combination skin isn't immune to breakouts. If blemishes sprout within your T-zone; dab them with an anti-acne product after cleansing. Perspiration and oil can make your skin vulnerable to breakouts, especially when you exercise. So don't wear moisturizer or wear make-up when exercising. Blot oil and perspiration from your skin during and after exercise. Try to have your bath as soon as possible after your exercise and avoid drying products.

Use oil-free moisturizers. Try to use your moisturizer only where you need it. The thin, delicate skin under your eyes may need an extra moisture boost.

Dos and Don'ts for Combination / Normal Skin

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