• Hormonal levels (testosterone)
• Genetic inheritance
• Sun exposure and higher temperatures
• Wrongly calibrated skincare routine
The key is to use a mild oil free face wash or soap, but only in the morning and evening (and also after you work out).
Exfoliating the outer layer of buildup skin cells will make a path for other key ingredients to work their magic in your oily skincare routine.
Moisturizing your skin twice a day is one of the most important steps in balancing your sebum levels!
The secret is in foaming! Choose a shaving cream which isn’t listed as buttery and that doesn’t foam too much.
Use oil absorbing sheets to conveniently get rid of oily skin fast. Remember to pat and avoid dragging the sheets all over your face.
Mud masks are helpful for removing the accumulation of dirt and stacked-up sebum layers.
Touching your face contributes to the pores getting clogged and even to possible acne, especially if the hands aren’t properly cleaned.
This helps to keep your skin hydrated, avoiding dryness & the production of sebum. It's also a solution to chapped lips & dry cough.
Imbalanced stress levels can cause the suprarenal glands to produce cortisol which then triggers excessive oil production.
Our bodies are different and so are the skin and its particularities. A dermatologist can prescribe specific treatments to help treat your oily skin
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