COMBINATION SKIN

WHAT CONSTITUTES COMBINATION SKIN?

The name says it all: combination skin is a mixture of different skin types. Most of the time, the T-zone tends to overproduce sebum, seborrhea, and is therefore oily. On the other hand, too little sebum is produced on the cheeks and sometimes also in the area around the eyes and the skin in these areas is dried out.

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Tip 1: Cleanse your skin mildly.

Use ours every morning and evening Cleaning oil. It protects your skin barrier and gently removes make-up, dirt and deposits from your skin without drying it out. This keeps your skin radiantly beautiful. You can even use this mild cleaning for both areas.

Tip 2: Care for oily and dry areas differently.

Even if it means more work, it will pay off. Depending on how different the two skin conditions are, you care for the oily T-zone differently than the dry cheeks. Jojoba Oil but is suitable for both, for example.

 

Tip 3: Just the right amount of care.

A few drops are often enough for your T-zone jojoba- Or Squalane out to support your skin. Your dry cheeks may need a little extra care, which you can do with our Oleogel Original get. But be careful not to get the heavy oleogel on your oily spots.
 

Tip 4: Give your skin what it needs.

Care for your skin with natural, regenerating and well-tolerated ingredients. Our Hyaluronic face mask you can apply well to the dry areas 1-2 times a week and the oily ones with ours Vitamin C face mask care for.

 

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