Even adult can suffer from oily skin

The skin that is healthy and bright glow is a mirror of natural beauty that is always coveted every woman, not least for the owner of oily skin. Despite the need for special care and attention, the dream to get a glowing and healthy face is not difficult.

Oily skin caused by oil glands (sebaceous) beneath the surface of our skin is too active and produce sebum or excess oil. Sebum is an oily substance derived from body fat. Although useful to moisturize the skin, but the oil content in the body that is too high can cause clogged pores and cause acne. Not only acne, excess oil production also makes enlarged pores can cause various skin problems such as blackheads, dull and shiny skin, and other stains that can disrupt the appearance. Not just teenagers, oily skin problems can be experienced by everyone at any age.

There are several factors that cause oily skin. Starting from genetic factors, dietary patterns, age, gender, hormonal changes, especially in women, physical conditions, stress, weather, until the habit of rubbing the face is too rough when washing your face. Hormonal imbalance and hot and over-humid weather can exacerbate problems with oily skin.

The Right Treatment Product for Oily Skin

It is important for you to know the type of skin to make no mistake select skincare products. The reason, oily skin care is not the same as the treatment for other skin types. Skincare products labeled oil-free is the best solution for those of you who have oily skin. A series of skin treatments containing natural ingredients such as Witch Hazel Extract is also good for oily skin types. Witch hazel leaf extract is often used on oily skin because it is believed to shrink pores and inhibit oil production.

In addition to knowing the ingredients in your facial skin care products, it is also important to know the range of treatments you need to take. With a complete and regular treatment, of course the results you get will be more leverage.

    Facial foam soap or facial foam. Choose a soft wash soap, because a hard soap can trigger irritation and excess oil production. Washing the face more often will not make oil-free skin. Therefore, the most effective way to overcome oily skin is to wash it twice daily, in the morning and at night.
    Moisturizer. Oily skin type still needs to use moisturizer. Use oil-free moisturizing product and light for skin. Moreover, as you get older, your skin needs a moisturizer to protect against the effects of aging. It helps you to feel young at any age or feel alive at any age! It is recommended to use a moisturizer twice a day, every morning and evening.
    Some skincare products such as cleanser and toner labeled oil-free also need to be used for skin-free gloss. Choose facial foam, cleanser and toner containing salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide which is useful to absorb excess oil and help shrink pores.
    For acne areas, it is advisable to use acne medication that is directly used on the location of acne. Acne medication works by reducing oil production, accelerating the rotation of skin cells, fighting bacterial infections, or reducing inflammation that helps prevent scarring.
    Oil-free cosmetics. Choose cosmetics with oil-free or water-based basic materials especially with non-comedogenic labels. Cosmetics with powder and mineralized form are usually more suitable for oily skin.
    Paper oil. This thin paper is very beneficial for oily skin owners. The reason, oil paper helps absorb excess oil and make the face glossy. Use oil paper as needed and do not rub your face with this paper too hard.
    Whatever your skin type, make sure you regularly use sunscreen that protects the skin from the adverse effects of UVA and UVB rays. Avoid direct sun exposure, use glasses or hats if you need to be outdoors during the day.
    Do weekly treatment such as scrubbing and mask. In some conditions, doctors also usually advise to do laser treatment and chemical peels.

Lifestyle or a balanced lifestyle can also help oily skin owners look beauty with healthy and fresh skin. Avoid smoking, routinely wash your face every day, and clean the rest of the makeup before bed. Avoid foods that trigger excess oil production, such as dairy products, sweet foods and contain refined carbohydrates such as muffins and bread. Fish oil (omega-3 high fatty acids) has been shown to help reduce acne, as it contains anti-inflammatory properties.