What You Should Do If Your Skin Is Still Oily In The Wintertime?
When you think of the wintertime, you often think about dry skin, but for some that isn't the case. You can still have oily skin during the wintertime and there are ways you can deal with it.
365 days a year your skin produces oil through your sebaceous glands. Some people have overactive sebaceous glands while some have under active. This contributes to whether or not you suffer from oily skin or dry skin. These glands are supposed to produce just the right amount to even out your skin, but it doesn't always work that way. Some factors that contribute to oily skin include genetics, diet, environmental factors, and hormonal changes just to name a few.
The best way to combat oily skin during the wintertime is to use a gentle cleanser and to use a moisturizer twice a day. You can also use a gentle exfoliant as well twice a week.This will help remove excess dirt, oil, and help prevent future breakouts while leaving your skin feeling clean. If you are looking for a gentle cleanser try our Double-Duty Amino Gel Face Cleanser + Makeup Remover, for a moisturizer try our Ultimate Rich Face Cream, and for a gentle exfoliant the Frontliner Mask + Scrub