Skincare Guide For Oily Skinby Jordan Samuel Skin Jordan Samuel Skin care
Oily skin poses some concerns which might look difficult to handle at first, but with the right skincare routine and products, all of the issues can be solved. Oily skin is caused by excess production of sebum by the sebaceous gland. Sebum is essential for our skin because it locks moisture in the skin and prevents water loss from the skin surface. It also protects the skin from bacteria and viruses. But when produced in excess amounts, it can lead to breakouts, clogged pores and your skin might appear shinier than usual. People with oily skin might find it challenging to get a perfect product for their skin because some might find their product melting within a few hours of application. It is very important to first understand what ingredients are necessary for oily skin and how you can layer your products in order to achieve your skincare goal.
Here is a step by step guide for people with oily skin:
1.Use a gentle and water-based cleanser-
Using harsh cleansers can strip away the natural oil from the skin, making it produce more sebum. Therefore, it is recommended that you use cleansers for oily skin that are non-comedogenic which means they won’t clog the pores. Oily skin leads to more breakouts and acne therefore it is advised that you use a cleanser that contains exfoliating ingredients like salicylic acid which will deeply cleanse the pores leaving your skin fresh and clean. The matinee gel cleanser by Jordan Samuel is an ideal cleanser for oily skin since it's a blend of chamomile, cucumber extracts, and salicylic acid that will leave your skin clean and hydrated. While doing your night skincare routine, double cleansing is very important since some products like SPF might not wash away from the skin. Therefore, it is important to use a cleansing balm or oil to first remove those products from the face followed by using a cleanser.
2. Exfoliating the face
Exfoliation can do wonders for your skin as it will deeply cleanse your pores by removing impurities and dead skin cells. You could either use exfoliating clay masks or peels depending upon your skin condition. Always remember, over-exfoliating can further cause skin irritation and inflammation. Therefore it is recommended that you exfoliate depending upon how much your skin can tolerate.
3. Using the correct toner
Toners are very helpful if you have oily and acne-prone skin because it will remove any remaining dirt and impurities from the face. It also helps in minimizing the appearance of pores. Including a hydrating toner in your routine can deeply nourish your face.
4. Applying face serum
Having oily skin can increase your chances of having acne, blackheads, and skin inflammation. It also maximizes the appearance of your pores. Therefore using a serum after toning your face can be a plus. Furthermore, it helps in tightening the pores and even be good for uneven texture and pigmentation. Hydrate skin facial serum by Jordan Samuel is curated with Hyaluronic acid, stabilized Vitamin C, cucumber, and tamarind extracts that soothe your skin and deeply hydrate it.
5. Using Moisturizer
Moisturizing oily skin is very necessary because it will help in balancing hydration and reduce sebum production in the skin. You might feel that using a moisturizer is the worst thing you could do to your face, but actually, it will turn out to be the best for your skin. Applying a moisturizer that is gel and water-based is very important since it will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It would further hydrate your face leaving it fresh.
6. Spf is a must
Sun protection is an essential part of our skincare because it helps the skin from the harmful rays of the sun and other environmental factors like pollution. Everyone should apply sunscreen regardless of the weather conditions. People with oily skin should apply gel-based sunscreen. Skipping sunscreen can cause sunburns and skin oil to dry out making sebaceous glands produce more sebum. Tempting as it may sound to skip your sunscreen with the fear of making it more oily and shiny, you should always apply your sunscreen, and reapply it within 3-4 hours to make it more effective. Sunscreens can even help with hyperpigmentation and reducing wrinkles.
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