First, let’s determine your skin type. If the T zone of your skin (forehead-nose-chin) is oily and your cheeks are dry, it means that you have combination skin, if there is oiliness all over your face and especially if there is blackheads on the nose, it means oily, if there is a feeling of tightness and a scaly appearance on the whole face, you have dry skin. Of course, the best way to figure this out for sure is to consult an expert and decide with the right products for your skin type.
for dry skin
Dry skin requires care. Prefer especially sensitive cleansers. Moisturizers should be water-based. At night, be sure to use gentle, soap-free liquid or cream cleansers for your face. Don’t even think about using alcoholic tonics and cologne wipes for cleansing. Also, make sure the moisturizer you choose contains a sun protection factor. Because dry skin is more prone to inflammation than other skin types. When it comes to makeup, you should use foundations, blushes, and oil-based powders. You can use the words moisturizing, nourishing, moisturizing on the packaging of oil-based makeup products. Also, instead of powder blusher, you can choose cream or cream-to-powder blushes.
for oily skin
If you have oily skin, you can cleanse your face twice a day, especially in the morning and before bed, with a gentle oil-absorbing gel cleanser. It is also very important to use oil-free products and sunscreens. Water-based and oil-free foundations are among the products suitable for the skin type. At the same time, you can easily use drying foundations and powders for your skin, as they absorb excess oil and delay shine. Instead of cream blushes, you should prefer powder ones. Be careful not to use harsh detergent-based soaps and alcohol-based toners to dry the oil on your skin. Because over time, these products can damage your skin. You should also avoid products with fatty content such as cocoa butter and cleansing cream.
For combination skin
In order not to make the fatty T-zone even more oily, you need to be careful about the products you use. For this, you need to choose cleansers and moisturizers formulated for combination skin. You should only apply your moisturizer to areas that need moisture, such as the cheeks. When you use it on the T zone, you can increase acne breakouts. If your under-eye area is dry, you should use an eye cream that is not too oily and prepared for sensitive skin. When applying makeup, you should try both water-based and oil-free foundations. Don’t forget to moisturize your cheeks before applying your foundation.
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