As discussed in the last article, summer can prove to be a difficult period for those who have excessively oily skin: shiny complexion, clogged pores, spots and make-up that goes walkabout over the course of the day…
This skin type needs particular care and attention if you are to keep it looking its best, along with the right products. The Dermal Clay Cleanser is ideal for oily skin, but what else can you do to keep the shine under control?
It may be tempting to avoid using moisturiser when your skin is apparently producing loads of sebum, but oily skin can also dry out, so make sure you apply Active Moist daily to ensure that moisture levels are replenished.
It would also be a good idea to incorporate regular exfoliation into your routine in order to remove skin cells that may be stuck to the surface, but make sure you go for one that will not over-stimulate your skin, like the Skin Prep Scrub.
If the excess oils tend to cause spots, then start using the Skin Refining Masque on a regular basis to reduce the likelihood of breakouts. This masque absorbs excess oils while soothing the skin, making it ideal for spot-prone complexions.
In the next article, we will take a look at the products that can help to prepare oily skin for make-up and keep the complexion shine-free during the day.