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When it comes to their skincare routine, people with oily skin frequently make several typical blunders. Skin care should be tailored to the individual's skin type and the season. Applying heavy creams to oily skin in the winter instead of moisturizers and emollients may be a mistake. If you have oily skin, there are a few things to stay away from.
1. Use of soap and water on a regular basis.
In order to lessen the oily appearance, people with oily skin wash their faces regularly with soap and water.
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Too much soap and water washing might upset the skin's natural acid-alkaline (pH) balance. As a result, the skin becomes prone to pimples and acne.
2. Massages of the face with an oily cream.
Facial massages with oily lotions should be avoided if you have oily or mixed skin.
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This would increase the activity of the oil glands, resulting in clogged pores, pimples, and acne. Deep pore washing, exfoliation, and toning should all be included in the salon treatment for normal to oily skin.
3. Grainy scrubs if any skin outbreaks occur.
Scrubs and gritty substances should not be used on pimples, acne, or rashes. A person with oily skin should use oil-free products, such as an oil-free matte moisturiser or a sunscreen with a gel base.
4. Avoid using nourishing creams.
designed for normal to oily skin. Another widespread myth is that cream should be applied at night and left on the skin overnight. Indeed, the pores should be left unclogged with cream to allow the skin to breathe.
5. Lotions with astringent properties.
For oily skin, avoid harsh astringent lotions. This, too, can upset the natural balances. An astringent is beneficial in the summer, especially for oily skin, as it controls oil production and protects pores from clogging. If the astringent lotion is too harsh, dilute it with equal parts rose water and store in an airtight bottle in the refrigerator.
6. Blackheads should be pinched.
The majority of people believe that blackheads are dirt accumulations in the pores.
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Some people use their nails to pinch them or wash their faces multiple times a day. This is a huge mistake since it can infect the skin and cause acne. Blackheads are caused by hardened oil obstructing the pores. The exposed end of the tip oxidizes and turns black.
7. Putting your hand on your face.
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Some people use their nails to pinch them or wash their faces multiple times a day. This is a huge mistake since it can infect the skin and cause acne. You can keep your skin healthy and flawless with a little mindfulness and suitable seasonal skin care.
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