The Use Of Facial Cleansers That Are Suitable For Combination Skin?
Hello! So my facial skin is excessively oily but the Kadag is dry too, especially if I use facial wash, it dries right away and doesn’t tend to be suitable for my skin, always immediately acts or pores, the pores immediately enlarge, the face texture on the cheeks is also not smooth because the pores pore (guess what brand facial wash is suitable
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Recognizing the type of facial skin is indeed an important step in helping you choose the right cosmetics, because there are various types of facial skin and each one has a different treatment as well.
Among the types of facial skin are:
Normal facial skin. The hallmark of normal facial skin types is a balance between water content and oil content, so it is not too dry and not too oily.
Dry facial skin. For the owner of this facial skin, lacking moisture in the outer layer of skin, and usually the pores of the face are almost invisible, the outer surface looks rough and the skin is less elastic.
Oily facial skin. The type of oily facial skin is easily identified by the appearance of a shiny and oily face when touched. Among the factors that influence are genetic or heredity, hormones, and stress.
Sensitive facial skin. Owners of sensitive facial skin will easily experience allergies or irritations, and blotches appear as a reaction to certain substances, whether in the form of powder, cosmetics, facial soap, or certain foods.
Combination facial skin. Combination facial skin is a combination of oily skin and dry skin. Usually, the oily part is in the T-zone (chin, nose and forehead), while the cheeks are dry.
In your case, it's likely that the type of skin you have is a combination type of facial skin, because there are times when it's oily, and there are times when it's dry too. Treatment for this skin type is indeed a little different, because it can not just use for dry or oily skin. Try using a face wash containing hyaluronic acid and use a moisturizer too afterwards. Anti-acne products containing benzoyl peroxida may also be needed in the T-zone. Then to reduce oil on the face, reduce consumption of oily foods and high cholesterol, and also avoid dusty and polluted areas.
We really cannot mention the brand clearly here because in the medical world, everything still needs to be examined firsthand. If you need further advice, you should check your condition with a dermatologist or a beauty clinic. So, hopefully answering your question.