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3 Ways to Control Oily Skin

Here's how you can control greasy skin with three simple steps!

Does your skin feel greasy all the time? Or do you happen to notice that your skin appears extra shiny on the T-zone areas, first thing in the morning? 

 

There can be many reasons for oily skin but a proper skincare routine for oily skin can be managed easily at home. Oily skin is caused by the overproduction of sebum or oil which makes skin look greasy and shiny. A lot of factors line unhealthy skincare habits, diet, stress and even genetics can be the main reasons. Oily skin can also clog pores, which can cause acne breakouts. To control excess oil production in the skin, one can look at mattifying skincare products like Avon True Nutraeffects Mattifying range to sop up excess oil. 

Here’s how you can the Mattifying regimen set can control excess oil production: 

Skincare tips to manage oily skin

Cleansing

Face cleansing is an essential step to perform regardless of dry or oily skin/ any skin type. But, if you have a greasy T-zone, facial cleansing with a face wash for oily skin two times a day becomes imperative. It will clear dirt, and impurities and scrap out excess oil from the skin which can potentially lead to acne or zits. Use Avon True Nutraeffects Mattifying Cleanser is formulated with chia seeds and mattifying powder which leaves skin feeling fresh and clean. Plus, the cleanser is mild and doesn’t leave the skin feeling too tight or dry.

Tone your skin

When it comes to using a toner, this step is usually neglected but it is one of the most important skincare for oily skin. It helps to balance the skin’s pH levels. A toner also helps to keep pores clean and remove any residue. Try Avon True Nutraeffects Toners to keep your skin fresh and revitalized post-cleansing. Plus, a toner also helps to shrink the pores and leave you with healthy-looking skin. 

Moisturize

While many believe moisturization is harmful to oily skin but it’s not! Be it dry or oily skin, moisturization is essential to provide enough nourishment in order to curb unwanted sebum production. Yes, one of the major reasons for greasy skin can also be a lack of moisturization. When you don’t use a moisturizer, your skin tends to increase the supply of sebum oil for compensation. As a result, skin tends to get oily.

For best results, try Avon True Nutraeffects Day Cream with SPF 15, which is suitable for oily skin types. The cream is formulated with Active Seed Complex and oil-absorbing mattifying power. It sops up excess oil while keeping skin hydrated. Plus the cream is non-comedogenic, which doesn’t clog pores and keeps skin looking fresh. 

 

Along with following a good CTM (Cleansing, Toning and Moisturizing) routine, keep blotting papers handy to sop excess oil. And for makeup, switch liquid formulas with powder ones like Mattifying Face Powder instead of Creamy Liquid Foundation.

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