Read our tips to cleanse, mattify and treat skin with imperfections.
Do I have combination or oily skin?
Combination skin and oily skin have one thing in common: excess sebum that causes unattractive shine mostly in the T area of the forehead, nose and chin. It may be accompanied by blackheads and pimples.
Oily skin is shiny, seems thick, presents an irregular surface and has enlarged pores. Combination skin is different in that apart from the oily T zone, the cheeks and temples tend to be dry. It can be a challenge to balance the oily and dry areas of combination skin.
The key step is cleansing.
Morning and night, start your beauty routine by gently cleansing the skin. You’ll need a cleanser that eliminates excess oil, dirt and makeup but doesn’t harm the skin’s natural protective barrier. Kaïla cleans the skin deeply and gently while leaving the protective barrier intact. Discover Kaïla
Don’t skip hydration.
Although oily and combination skin produce too much sebum, your skin can still be thirsty! Mattifying Inua hydrating cream absorbs and controls excess oil, leaving the skin soft and silky. Apply the Nyxe mask two to three times a week, to remove toxins, shrink pores and make your skin glow. Discover Inua
Combination and oily skin can both have imperfections like pimples, enlarged pores, blackheads and rashes. The active organic plant ingredients in Pureté skin perfector purify and hydrate the skin throughout the night. Ideal for sensitive skin, use after your anti-acne treatment to soften the skin and brighten the complexion. Discover Pureté