Oily skin what solutions?
Oily skin is a common problem that can affect appearance and self-confidence. To understand how to fix it, it is essential to know the underlying causes and adopt
natural, in order to maintain balanced and healthy skin.
The causes of oily skin
Oily skin is a type of skin mainly caused by an overproduction of sebum – hyperseborrhea –, an oily substance produced by the skin's sebaceous glands. Genetics play a major role in the nature of your skin. If your parents have oily skin, chances are you have it too. However, there are other factors that contribute to oily skin.
Hormonal fluctuations, particularly during adolescence and pregnancy, can cause excess sebum production. Male hormones called androgens are largely responsible for this phenomenon.
, sugar and dairy products can increase sebum production. Processed foods and foods with a high glycemic index can also make oily skin worse.
Unsuitable care products
Using the wrong products, such as harsh cleansers or overly rich moisturizers, can disrupt the skin's natural balance and lead to excess oil production.
How to stop having oily skin naturally?
Don't be fooled: despite the hydrolipidic film that protects the skin and its appearance, oily skin is in reality fragile skin that should be treated gently.
It is best to treat oily skin naturally, as this minimizes the risk of unwanted side effects often associated with
, such as dryness or irritation.
The first step to less oily skin is proper cleansing. Use a
gentle morning and evening to eliminate excess sebum and impurities. Avoid harsh cleansers that can dry out the skin, as this can actually stimulate oil production.
being a gentle product, it is ideal for
before applying your hydration products.
Proper hydration is essential even for oily skin. Opt for a non-comedogenic moisturizer,
, specially formulated for oily skin. This will help maintain moisture balance without clogging pores.
is an antioxidant concentrate suitable for oily skin, which provides effective hydration and nutrition.
A balanced diet
A healthy diet can help reduce sebum production. Incorporating foods rich in antioxidants, such as fruits and vegetables, as well as omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in oily fish, can help maintain balanced skin.
You can also consider the
enriched with zinc or borage oil, for example.
A good care routine
Adopt a skincare routine suitable for oily skin. Use products with ingredients like salicylic acid to gently exfoliate and control excess oil. Clay masks can also be beneficial for removing excess oil.
The goal here is to purify the skin to allow it to get back on a healthy basis on a regular basis.
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