Hextom-Routinizing Your Beauty: How to manage Fat Skin


Oasy skin can be a real challenge to manage. It is often characterized by excessive shine, large pores, and is more prone to imperfections such as pimples and black dots. However, having oily skin is not always a bad thing. It is important to remember that the natural oil in your skin helps to protect it and keep it hydrated. With the right skin care routine, you can manage oily skin and get a balanced and vibrant complexion. Let's see how.

"Understanding your skin is the first step towards a successful beauty routine."

Sophie Dupont

1. Cleaning Cleaners

The first step towards the management of oily skin is proper cleaning. It is recommended to clean your face twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening, to remove excess sebum and impurities. However, it is important to use a mild, non-comedogenic cleanser to avoid dehydrating your skin, which could cause it to produce even more sebum. Cleaners based on natural ingredients such as green tea, lemon or clay are excellent options.

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2. Hydration Balance

It is often attempting to avoid moisturizing oily skin, for fear of increasing oil production. It is a misconception! Even fatty skin needs hydration. Opt for a light, non-greened and non-comedogenic moisturizer. Water-based hydratants or les moisturizing gels are often best for fatty skin. They moisturize the skin without making it too oily and help maintain the balance of your skin's natural oil.

"Beauty begins in the heart and mind, it is then reflected on the skin."

Sophie Dupont

3. Exfoination and masks

Exfoliate skin regularly can help unplug pores and reduce the appearance of black dots, common with oily skin. However, exo should be carried out with caution, as excessive exation can irritate the skin and increase sebum production. One to two times a week is usually enough. Clay and charcoal masks are also very beneficial for oily skin. They help absorb excess sebum, detoxify the skin and minimize the appearance of pores.

Tabitha P. Wellington

Sophie Dupont is a certified esthetician with more than ten years of experience. Passioned with beauty and well-being, she shares her knowledge and advice on her blog.

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