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What are the Different Products for Combination Skin?

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  • Written By: Felicia Dye
  • Edited By: Heather Bailey
  • Last Modified Date: 01 September 2019
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There are several common categories that can be used to describe the condition of a person’s skin. One of them is the combination skin type. This refers to a condition where skin is usually oily in the t-zone but normal to dry elsewhere. Usually a person can find cosmetic and skincare products for each type of skin condition including this one. Products for combination skin include facial washes, vanishing creams, and foundation.

One of the most important products for combination skin is the one used to wash the face. People should be observant that the facial wash they choose is designed for the condition of their skin. Even if the container says a particular facial wash is for combination skin, a person with this skin type should consider the consistency of the product inside. Creamy products can exaggerate the condition of the oily areas. Instead aim for a clear gel that is soap-free.

There are debates over the use of toners. Many beauty experts claim that a thorough cleansing with a quality facial wash is good enough. The cleansing techniques of many people, however, are not as thorough as they should be. Combination skin contains oily areas, which if not properly cleaned, can become unsightly and result in acne. An alcohol-free toner is one of the products for combination skin that can help to prevent this.

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After toning, a person may want to consider using some type of vanishing cream. These products for combination skin help eliminate the appearance of oiliness throughout the day. A person who uses such a product can restrict use of it to the t-zone — forehead, nose and chin — where it is needed.

Oiliness does not mean the skin is properly moisturized. A person with combination skin needs a good moisturizer. When she chooses moisturizing products for combination skin, she should observe how greasy the product is. If the product is too greasy, there is a possibility that it will block the pores in the areas that are oily, which could result in breakouts.

Women often follow their skin cleansing regimens with the application of makeup. Good cosmetic products for combination skin are generally designed so they will not dry out the dry areas any further and will not add oil to the oily areas. If women with this skin type invest in the appropriate foundation, they are likely to notice a significant difference in the appearance of their makeup and skin.

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PurpleSpark
Post 3

I use chickpea powder. It makes a paste when mixed with water and it makes my face feel great!

GardenTurtle
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Another homemade product that is great for combination skin is made of lemon juice and sugar. Lemon juice is a natural antibacterial agent and contains Vitamin C which helps to clear skin. Sugar contains glycolic acid which helps in removing blackheads.

Mix 1 teaspoon of sugar with 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Massage it into your T-zone area with circular motions. Use it every other day.

StormyKnight
Post 1

Honey is a great thing to use for combination skin because it contains potassium. Potassium is a natural antibacterial agent that helps to prevent breakouts. It also helps to heal the ones you may ready have. It also is a natural emollient which is great for moisturizing the skin.

I have combination skin and I have always made my own cleanser. Mix together ¼ cup of honey with ½ cup mild liquid soap and ½ cup of water. I put it in a pump container. Massage into the skin and then rinse with lukewarm water. It works great. I use it once in the morning and once at night.

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