Oily Face But Often Dry In Certain Parts.?
Excuse me, I want to ask about my oily and acne-prone face, but the edges of the nose and around the mouth are often dry until they are red, itchy and sore. Initially I thought from the day cream that I used specifically acne skin, but after I removed the cream I still often experience dryness. How could you do that? Right now I don’t use day cream or moisturizer, what good do I use plembap? Thanks.
Hello Riva, thank you for asking.
Facial skin is indeed composed of various types, some are dry, oily, combination, sensitive, or normal. The problems faced are also different. On oily skin it is very easy to get pimples and blackheads. Dry skin is very easy to irritate, so it is red, peeling, and sore. Treatment of course varies.
But sometimes facial skin has different types on the same face as you experience. It must be remembered that oily skin does not mean can not be dehydrated (dryness). Oily skin still must be maintained its moisture, because if the skin is dehydrated, the response that arises is to increase the production of facial oil. The end result will be more oily face.
Use a water-based moisturizer, for dry areas you can add a thicker moisturizer. Wash your face no more than twice a day so that the skin does not lose moisture, drink lots of water, use sunscreen all the time, use facial toner after washing your face with soap but avoid toner containing alcohol.
If you want more natural, you can use a mask from fruits such as avocados, bananas, tomatoes, or cucumber. Apply honey or eggs for extra moisture. You can also try to use essential oils 1-2 times a day. However, make sure that the essential oil is the best quality and no allergies are caused.
Hope this helps with this answer. Regards.