Combination Skin is very common and requires separate treatment for each area. It is oily down the central panel (T-zone) and dry on the cheeks.
The forehead, nose and chin need extra attention as they may be prone to clusters of blackheads and enlarged pores.
You should remember that oil is not moisture, and regular cleansing, toning and moisturizing must be done with the area being addressed in mind. You should clean and tone up the oily patch and moisturize the dry patch with extra care.
Avoid using cleansers that target oily or dry skin. Use a cleanser that is moisturizing instead of drying or milky. And, cleanse the skin twice daily, once in the morning and once in the evening.
Exfoliate a few times a week to remove dry skin and help reduce blackheads. Concentrate on the blackhead problems by using pore cleansing products.
Always apply a moisturizing toner after cleansing and exfoliating. Put a small amount on a cotton ball and smooth it over your entire face. Let the toner dry before applying moisturizer.
Moisturize your skin daily. In fact, you should moisturize the dry portions of your skin twice daily. Use an all-purpose moisturizer for combination skin in the mornings and apply a rich facial cream to your dry areas at night. Use a lightweight moisturizer, that is oil free, for your oily areas at night time.
Finally, you should always use an eye cream to moisturize the delicate area around your eye. Never use heavy creams or all purpose moisturizers around your eyes. They can cause clogged pores and damage the very delicate skin of this area.
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