What to Do About Oily Skin

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What to Do About Oily Skin

When you look in the mirror and see shiny, greasy skin, you may begin to cringe at the sight of it. It is pretty clear that an oily complexion is something that no one wants. If your skin looks oily and greasy, that’s because it is. Your skin produces an oil-based secretion known as sebum; production of excess sebum is what gives skin that greasy appearance. It is difficult to get rid of the sebum because if you strip it all from your skin, then you will suffer from dry skin instead.

Therefore, when looking for a lotion to moisturize your skin, it is important to find one that does not add any additional oils. Taking note of the following tips will greatly improve the condition of oily skin when trying to moisturize it.

Exfoliate

Since our skin is continuously shedding, dead skin can be found all over us. If we don’t remember to exfoliate, the dead skin cells will pile up on our fresh layer of skin and clog our pores. Using an exfoliating product like Microfine Face Scrub will greatly improve the condition of your skin. The alpha hydroxy acids in it are known to get rid of dead skin cells and also reduce the amount of oil on the skin. Don’t overdo it: exfoliate no more than once or twice a week.

Use The Right Moisturizer

When trying to moisturize oily skin, it is important to invest in an oil-free product like Advanced Face Lotion, which is also non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores); these lightweight moisturizers are designed with oily skin in mind. Unlike the heavy moisturizers, this one won’t cause an increase of oil buildup.

Avoid Long, Hot Showers

What many people don’t know is that a hot shower can strip away the natural oils that are present on skin. Though this may seem like a great idea to rid the skin of excess oils, it’s not. The hot water may strip the oils from the skin, but it also strips away the moisture from the skin. As a result, your skin will try to compensate by producing an excessive amount of oil. That is why it is important to take short showers if they are going to be hot.

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