If you notice that your skin feels and looks more oily than usual and at the same time flaky and tight, it is probably due to dehydration. It’s not the same thing as having a dry skin type that lacks oil production, but rather a temporary condition where the skin doesn’t contain enough water. To compensate for the lack of moisture and restore balance, the skin produces more sebum. Other typical signs of dehydration are itchiness, dullness, under-eye circles, sunken eyes, and more noticeable fine lines.
Temporarly topical dryness can affect anybody regardless of skin type, and the reasons vary from person to person. Common causes are bad skincare habits, dry climate, poor diet or overexposure to the sun. Advanced skin care routines and harsh skincare products often causes damage to skin’s protective barrier, so that the skin is unable to retain moisture.
Whether outdoors or indoors, dry air draws moisture from the skin. Thats why your skin may feel dry and tight, even if you have oily skin.
In addition, dehydration stimulates sebum production, making the skin even oilier.
There are few things that are as relaxing as a long, hot shower. Unfortunately, the hot water not only melts away stress but also the skin’s own protective lipids, leaving it dry and irritated.
What skincare suits me? If you have oily skin that sometimes feels dry and tight, it can be tempting to use heavy face creams to relieve the discomfort. However, since your skin already produces oil, it especially needs to be rehydrated.
Rich creams make the skin look even oilier. In addition, they tend to clog the pores, causing the pores to strech and acne breakouts.
Our xxx is a non comodogenic and light moisturizer that replenishes the skin’s moisture level and reinforces it with nutrients and antioxidants.
It restores the skin’s barrier, smoothes the skin and help rebalance the production of sebum.
Xxx Gently buffs away dry skin patches to avoid build up of dead skin cells and clogged pores.
Combination skin means that the skin on the forehead, nose and chin tends to produce more oil, while the skin on the cheeks and jaw line is balanced or even dry.
It can be a challenge to simultaneously adress the needs of different skin types,
especially if you want to treat pimples and dry patches at the same time.
The main goal is balance: using products that offer moisture to dry areas, without increasing shine and oil in others.