A very common skin type, it is a combination of oily skin and dry skin.
It is characterised by the fact that the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin), is oilier and tends to develop impurities and excess shine, as the sebaceous glands in this area of the face are more active. However, the skin in the middle area and cheeks is drier.
Facial oil for oily skin
Care for combination skin
All the products you should use should be appropriate for the different conditions of your skin.
Cleanse morning and night with mild gels and avoid soap.
The aim is to cleanse the skin gently to remove traces of creams and the dirt generated by pollution, but without stripping the skin, which can do more harm than good.
For the eye contour area, which is the driest area, use a moisturising eye contour cream with active ingredients that slow down the appearance of wrinkles.
Incorporate serums with light textures and creams that hydrate without being greasy. Include an antioxidant-rich facial oil in your nightly routine.
During the day, don't forget sunscreen, you should use it every day, all year round.