By: Hannah Do
Oily skin is definitely a pain to deal with.
It can cause clogged pores, skin breakouts and ruin makeup. For someone who just wants to look great, it can be a bit frustrating.
And if nothing seems to work- from the expensive creams you put on to the painful treatments you get from salons- you’ll probably feel more than just frustrations.
Oily skin happens for a number of reasons.
Your genes, for example, can play a huge role in the activity of your oil glands. So does the food you eat and the products you apply on your skin.
Not getting enough sleep, experiencing a lot of stress and not wearing sunscreen can lead to excessive oil production, too.
And if you don’t keep these things under control, you’ll have more problems to deal with than just oily skin. Acne is one good example.
When there’s excessive oil on your skin, your pores can easily get clogged with dirt, makeup residues and dead skin cells. If you fail to draw out these impurities, like using acne-fighting face masks, they can trigger an inflammatory response and you’ll get skin breakouts.
You see, proper skin care counts a lot when you have overactive oil glands. If you are wondering how, the infographic below can show you exactly how to get rid of oily skin.
Hannah Do is the founder of Thank Your Skin, a beauty blog dedicated to providing honest skin care advice and information. She aspires to help her readers achieve their most beautiful skin by sharing personal tips learned through both years of experience and thorough research. Check out her latest article about Best Primer For Oily Skin. You can find her on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
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