Skincare for Combination Skin


Combination skin means that you may have fine lines and wrinkles and shininess and clogged pores at the same time. You may also experience uneven skin tone or large pores on your nose.
Status of skin is most likely because of genetics either it is dry, oily, combination, or sensitive. As you inherit your eye color, hair color, and body type from your parents and grandparents, you also inherit your skin type.
Generally, the nose, chin, and forehead of those with combination skin have more active oil glands that are why these areas may be prone to clogged pores. The cheeks, on the other hand, may have less active oil glands, which is why they may appear dry and flaky.
Moisturize Completely
 It is a challenge with combination skin to get enough moisturizer into it without congestion pores. You can moisturize from the inside out with necessary fatty acids. Use salmon, walnuts, and flaxseed, and consider taking a fish oil or flaxseed oil supplement.
Don’t use harsh cleansers
Stay away from harsh, chemical ingredients. Products like sulfates, alcohol and soap can strip your skin of its natural oils. You may think that will help your T-zone, but in truth, it will actually encourage it to produce more oil.
Physical Exercise
Exercise makes the blood pumping, which delivers key nutrients to your skin.
Strain Release
Stress can make your skin more reactive, both the oily and dry areas. Practice meditation, yoga, tai chi, journaling, music, whatever works for you.
Keep away from pore-clogging products
Your skin care and makeup products, always choose those that are made for oily or combination skin. Avoid petroleum-based moisturizers like mineral oil in all your products, particularly moisturizers and foundations.
Choose fragrance-free
Your cheeks are likely to be prone to dryness, dullness, and flaking, and may also be more prone to irritation. Avoid products with chemical fragrances and other irritating ingredients.
Guard your skin
Similar to all skin types, your skin desires protection from the environment, mainly from damaging Ultra Violet rays. Hats and shade are best, but also choose a safe sunscreen to keep your delicate cheeks looking lively and youthful. Confirm the Environmental Working Group’s list for the safest sunscreens.
Rinse logically
It is recommended that natural cleansers for everyone, because they provide more benefits without the drawbacks, but for people with combination skin, this is even more important. Chemical-based cleansers will never get you the skin you want because they’ll dry out the dry areas and make your oily areas oilier. Try our Citrus Mint Facial Cleanser. It removes dirt, oils, and impurities, but it doesn’t have any harsh detergents or cleansers, and it helps to balance skin oils, so it may deep clean your T-zone without over-drying your cheeks.
Avoid irritating toners
Most toners you find in the store have alcohol, menthol, fragrance, and the like. All terrible things for combination skin. Toss all these out and use a toner that has natural ingredients that will help restore pH after cleansing while nourishing your skin. Try our Rosemary Toning Mist to refresh and balance while controlling oily skin.
Moisturize with a split personality
Majority moisturizers are made for either oily skin or dry skin. Those made for normal skin are usually angled more toward dry types. Some experts will recommend that you use one of each heavier moisturizer on your cheek area, and lighter moisturizers on your T-zone. This could work, but the problem is it’s expensive, time-consuming, and prone to error. After all, it’s not like your skin has a chart on it to show you exactly where to apply what. You can overlap and then presto, you have clogged pores the next morning.


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