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What is oily skin? Signs and things to know

by Pham Tu Anh General
Oily skin is one of the most difficult and problematic skin types to take care of. Therefore, those who are not fortunate enough to own this skin often have to find ways to take care of and improve their skin every day. In this article, Hills Spa & Beauty will answer what oily skin is and what you need to know about oily skin. See now!

1. What is oily skin?

Oily skin is a type of skin that often produces a lot of oil and the surface of the skin often has large pores. In particular, the most oily areas are the T-zone, which is the area from the forehead to the nose and chin.

In fact, our bodies all have oil glands. This organ works with the function of secreting oil through the pores to make the skin soft and better balance moisture. However, for oily skin, this sebum secretion is more than that of other normal skin.

2. How to determine if the skin is oily or not?

To know if you have oily skin, Hills Spa & Beauty suggests you try the following instructions:

Wash your face as usual, but don't dry it, leave it on for 30 minutes
Then use a piece of paper to absorb the oil all over the surface of the face
Then you read the results according to the following instructions:

If in the case of paper with a lot of oil, tanning is oily
If the blotting paper isn't wet, it's dry skin
If only the T-zone is oily, it's combination skin

3. Common troubles with oily skin

As mentioned above, oily skin often produces more oil than normal. Therefore, they cause problems such as:

Skin is always in a shiny state due to excessive oil secretion
Pores that are bigger than usual look very unsightly
Easy to slip makeup
Large pores also make the skin rough, lose its freshness, causing the skin to age quickly
In addition, when the skin secretes too much oil, it also clogs the pores. This creates conditions for bacteria to attack causing inflammation leading to acne.

See also: Peel da

4. What causes oily skin?

Basically, oily skin is usually caused by atopic or congenital causes. However, there are still some reasons that lead to more oily skin than usual. Specifically like:
Source: https://hillsbeauty.vn/da-nhon-la-gi/

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