DROPPING - JANUARY 2021
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First things first, let’s straighten things out. Skin type and skin condition are often used interchangeably, however, they are two totally different things and you work them in different ways.
Your skin type is what you were born with – it’s your genes. It’s what your parents gave you. Understanding the types begins with knowing the four categories; dry, oily, normal and combination.
A skin condition, on the other hand, is what occurs as a result of your lifestyle or as a symptom of your skin type. Where the confusion usually comes into play is that most brands will try to sell you products based on your skin type when they should be targeting your skin condition.
Here, we break down the oily skin type, defining what it is and how to make it work.
Oily skin types have visible pores, shiny or thick skin, and a tendency to get blackheads and other blemishes. Usually prone to excessive production of sebum, oily skin can also change under the influence of weather and hormones.
Consider exfoliation once or twice per week.
Easy peasy, right? Get to work with our top picks for oily skin:
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