Tired from Oily skin?? As we all know that, oily skin feels greasy, can be rough in texture and tends to have very large, visible pores. Whether you always have oily skin, or it’s the weather that’s changed your skin.
So, we suggest you to just follow this routine, and feel the change!
- MORNING ROUTINE
Unlike dry skin, oily skin cannot go without cleansing in the morning. Excess oils, and impurities have built up on your skin at night and can clog your pores if not (gently) removed. Start your morning routine with a mild water-based cleanser to kick off your day with a fresh canvas.
It’s important that you exfoliate your skin regularly (2-3 days) with a gentle exfoliate. Chemical exfoliates -such as AHAs and BHA- are great to boost cell turnover to help lighten dark spots and add radiance to dull skin, while physical exfoliates help to refine skin texture.
A good toner for oily skin will address oiliness and shine, without drying out the skin. Look for a toner that refines your skin’s texture and minimizes your pores, while at the same time maintains the moisture balance of your skin.
4. Targeted Treatments: Serums/Essences:
Use this step to tackle whatever skin concerns you have in a targeted way.. My advice would be to stick to more watery, lightweight treatments that absorb more easily for oily skin.
5. Moisturizer and Eye Cream:
Seal in all the nutrients you just supplied to your skin with a light moisturizer. Stick to emulsions or gel-type moisturizes. After that, look for a lightweight eye cream to keep your delicate under eyes moisturized and protected.
Finish your morning routine with a sunscreen to protect it against harmful UV rays and prevent premature aging. Depending on your skin tone you want to use a sunscreen.
7. Lip balm:
Our lips don’t have any sebaceous glands.So, keep your lips soft and hydrated with a moisturizing lip balm!
- EVENING ROUTINE:
Whether you’re wearing makeup or not, if you have oily skin you can always benefit from double cleansing at night. Oil-based cleansers dissolve excess sebum and makeup very easily and gently. First remove debris, dirt, and makeup with an oil-based cleanser, then follow up with a water-based cleanser to cleanse your skin.
Don’t forget to prep your skin with toner.
You can also opt to exfoliate at night instead of in the morning. Exfoliate 2-3 times a week.
4. Sheet masks:
Sheet masks are pre-cut fabrics soaked in light serums that contain a variety of skin-beneficial ingredients, such as antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, hyaluronic acid, etc. They’re little mini facials for at home. Choose a sheet mask that addresses your specific skin concerns. Try using sheet masks 1-2times a week for best results.
5. Targeted Treatments: Serums/Essences:
Treat your skin with a concentrated treatment that can really work its magic on your skin while you’re sleeping. On the days you use a sheet mask you can skip this step because sheet masks are essentially serums in sheets.
6. Moisturizer and Eye Cream:
Keep your skin moisturized at night with a nourishing moisturizer.
7. Lip balm:
Moisturize your lips with a thick layer of lip balm for soft and smooth lips in the morning. So, try to follow to this routine.
By writing this post we hope, that it will help you. If you have any skin related issues or queries, then feel free to comment below.
We will be here with another topic, till then you take very good care of yourself and keep shining!.