Are you struggling to identify if you have oily skin? If your complexion is prone to looking shiny, your pores are enlarged and open, and the texture of your skin is slightly coarse, the chances are, you have either combination or oily skin. There are numerous ways to control oily skin, including vital skincare steps, so we’ve covered our top five tips in this article.
The world of acid-based skincare products is extremely complex. We’ve already covered how to effectively cleanse blemish-prone skin using Salicylic Acid based products, but we’ve only just started to scratch the surface with regards to the skincare benefits of this unique Beta-Hydroxy Acid.
The inclusion of oil in skincare products will cause few-no problems for dry skin types. Oily skin is, however, more susceptible to becoming clogged when oil-based products are used (especially when topically applied as a leave-on treatment), so an oil-free moisturiser can be hugely beneficial.
With hundreds of day creams on the market, we appreciate that finding the right one for you and your skin type can be a little overwhelming. Whether you’re searching for hydrating, anti-ageing, brightening, firming, mattifying or anti-sensitivity solutions, our broad range of day creams and moisturisers is sure to cater to your needs.
There are numerous misconceptions regarding the causes and treatment of dry skin, but one thing is certain – over-exfoliating by using a face scrub too frequently can cause more damage and weaken the skin, so a gentle approach is vital. In this article we’ll be covering the dos and don’ts of facial scrubs for dry and sensitive skin types.
Salicylic Acid is a hugely beneficial ingredient for those who struggle with oily, congested and blemish prone skin; in fact, we’ve already discussed the benefits of introducing it to your skincare regime. The addition of Salicylic Acid – a natural exfoliator – within our Anti-Blemish Scrub helps to rejuvenate the complexion; invigorating and resurfacing the skin to reveal a fresher, smoother face.