The Facts About Oily Skin Care Products

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Posted November 6, 2010 by Tiffany Weekes
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Acne starts on a small scale, you can not see below the pores, but a lot is in progress, some people use oily skin care products to prevent it. Overproduction of oil leads to clogged pores, resulting in accumulation of dead cells and the formation of pimples / acne. Moreover, oily skin spoils your looks too. So, oily skin care is as important as the ‘skin care’ for other skin types. Set clear, oily skin is a result of excessive production of sebum (an oily substance that is naturally produced by skin). As everyone knows, the excess of everything is bad, so excessive sebum is bad too.

Watch what you put on your body as regards clothing, sporting goods and equipment, too. For example, the tight lycra and nylon exercise clothing might look great in the movies and on magazine models, but are subject to acne problems, avoid these synthetic fabrics that tend to trap in body moisture and heat resulting in a bacteria mania .

 

Which Oily Skin Care Products you need to use?

You need a cleanser that contains salicylic acid ie a beta-hydroxy acid, which slows the rate of sebum production. Cleaning should be done twice a day (and even more in hot and humid conditions). The basic objective of oily skin care is the removal of excessive sebum or oil from the skin. However, oily skin care procedures should not lead to complete removal of oil. It begins with a detergent. However, not all cleaning jobs.

Most of the products for the treatment of oily skin are oil-free, but it is always best to check the ingredients of the product before purchasing it. This is particularly important if a product is marked as ‘suitable for all skin types’, instead of ‘oily skin care product’.

Did you know that excessive toning can harm your skin? Oily skin care is also dependent on the degree of oiliness, if they are too fat, so some of these ‘suitable for all’-type products can work for you. For extremely oily skin, only care products are suitable for oily skin. Your skin care routine can include an alcohol based toner (for oily skin). This may be the next step in your oily skin care routine ie just after cleansing.

I keep popping your pimples or plucking forces germs further under your skin, which could cause more redness, pain, and maybe even a bad infection. Popping zits can lead to scarring, which could last forever. Some people may say that popping your zits will make them less intrusive and help you fix faster, but they are wrong.

The degree of oiliness of your skin will determine whether you should include in its oily skin care routine. If you decide to include a moisturizer, be sure to use the one that is oil-free, wax-free and free of lipids. You can also use a clay mask (say once a week) as an oily skin care measure.

See what your skin tells the physician may prescribe skin care products like creams, vitamin A, retinoids, sulfur cream, etc., that may help prevent skin problems difficult. You may need to try some products before arriving at what is really suitable for your skin. Only if these criteria do not give you the desired result, giving a good dermatologist for advice.


  • Tiffany P. Weekes

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003407093528 Kevin

    Vitamin C is the best for your skin. For your acne, ProActiv is a good product. The best creme is the The Refining Mask made by them. If you don’t want to ralley mess with the whole kit, then you can get just that mask and it does wonders. It is not good to use the other stuff on a regular basis because your skin can get immuned to it and when you don’t have any, it can make your face receive more acne. But the refining mask is great, it smooths bumps in one day. I hope it works. I don’t know about wrinkles though.