Makeup For Oily Skin


Oily skin can appear in different stages of life: adolescence, pregnancy and menopause. Hormones may play an important role in oily skin. Oily skin is characterized by large pores and a greasy, rough.

The sebaceous glands produce excess oil giving the skin that glow associated with oily skin. Wash your face several times a day can worsen the situation even more, causing the gland to produce even more oil. Choose an appropriate regimen for skin and makeup for oily skin is not as difficult as it seems.

Identifying Your Skin Type
It is important to know what your skin type. It examines in detail your face you see large pores, scales or redness? Each of these features may indicate a different skin type or be an indicator that you have oily skin. Take a tissue, place it on your skin and press with small and gentle tapping.

Have you absorbed oil? If after your self-exam notes large pores and oil in the tissue, you may have oily skin. The redness may be due to excessive washing or sensitive skin. I have a combination skin. It is very oily with large pores in the T zone and dry on my cheeks area. If you’re still unsure, consult a dermatologist or esthetician.

Oily Skin Care
Caring for your skin can now be beneficial in the future. Your skin will thank you in five years. Learn how to care for your skin, inside and out. It is important to drink water so that the skin remains hydrated. Take vitamins, especially vitamin B2 and B5 can also help your body. These vitamins can help the skin look more radiant and soft.

Prepare products for Oily Skin Makeup
When cleaning, use an oil based cleaner as it will help dissolve the oil better. Do not use cleaners too strong to leave the skin taut.

This tightness will restrict oil flow and cause clogged pores later.

Also remember to massage the skin as clean and avoid pushing dirt and oil inside the pores. If skirmishes skin pores also gourds. Rinse with warm water to help dissolve the oil. Use a mud or clay mask once or twice a week.

Read the labels. Find products for oily skin. Avoid products containing alcohol, because alcohol dries the skin. The petroleum-based products such as mineral oils contain too much oil and can clog the pores even more. Use astringents containing acetone. The acetone dissolves oil better. Moisturizers should not contain oil. Hydrate may need only a few areas, such as around the eyes. If you need to hydrate mature skin around the face.

I’ve tried to apply cucumber juice before makeup and improves the appearance of my skin. The witch hazel or witch hazel works the same way. Both serve to create a more skin pH balanced. Maybe you can even spray your face with lavender water several times a day. It is a good moisturizer for oily skin and also has antiseptic properties.

Makeup for Oily Skin
Read the labels. There are some products that you should avoid and some to keep in mind to make up for oily skin. There are some cosmetic companies are known for designing specific products for every skin type. I recommend Clinique. It has an excellent reputation in products for skin care. I also like Jane Iredale Cosmetics. Is a line of mineral based cosmetics used by many dermatologists?

What to Avoid

  • Avoid products containing petroleum oil. This includes mineral oil. Use a makeup that does not contain oil or makeup that serves to benefit oily skin.
  • Avoid makeup that contains alcohol. Alcohol will remove the oil from the skin, which cause the body to produce even more oil.
  • Check if the makeup does not contain ingredients like bismuth oxychloride and dimethicone. Both can clog pores and cause blemishes.

These ingredients commonly found in the foundation or powder products.

Beneficial products

  • Find foundations that contain titanium dioxide, a natural ingredient that protects skin from the sun.
  • Makeup for oily skin should contain serecite to reduce the appearance of pores and help absorb oil.
  • The kaolin clay aggregate in the foundation helps control the oil.
  • The zinc oxide used in the makeup acts as an anti-inflammatory.

A makeup artist to use products designed for the skin type of the client, in order to maintain healthy skin. It is also very important that the makeup artist is familiar with the specific ingredients and products for skin care. Knowing how to care for the client’s skin will benefit the customer and the reputation of the makeup.

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