You have an OILY skin type when:
-Your complexion is greasy, or oily feeling
-Your skin is coarse with large pores
-Regular cleansing or washing is needed to control the oiliness
-Make up is easily absorbed into the skin
If you have oily skin, consider yourself blessed. The oil is a build in lubricant that will benefit your skin as you grow older! Yes Of course, you may have to deal with a shiny nose and greasy cheeks now. The solution: don’t fight it, but control it.
if you are using harsh soap, detergent-based soaps and alcohol-laden astringents to dry up the oil, Stop! Immediately. Over time, these products can damage your skin. Try an oil binding liquid or gel cleanser formulated for oily skin. The most effective oil control cream is product which made from herbs e.g. tree tea cleansing cream. It can reduce facial oil, minimizing facial shine. It does not intensify acne and non-irritating.
It is depending on how oily your skin is, you may not need a moisturizer at all. But if you think you need one, go for glycerin and vitamin C acid. These ingredients trap water in your skin without producing a greasy shine. Also choose a lotion. They are lighter than cream and tends to contain less oil, so they won’t clog pores.
Oily skin: The rules
Clean your face twice a day, in the morning and before bed with a mild liquid cleanser formulate for oily skin.
Use astringents no more than once a day. Better yet, don’t use them at all. Use tea tree cleansing cream, it works!
Choose an oil free or oil in water moisturizer if you feel you need to use a moisturizer. o Use oil free sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 every day. Or, you may use placenta ingredients. It is natural ingredients!
Overscrub your skin. Oil is your skin protective barrier.
Cleanse your face more than twice a day but you may cleanse once more if you work out
Develop an astringent addiction
Use moisturizer if you don’t need it
Keep slapping on powder to mop oil, you skin will look chalky