Do you find that your oily complexion is more behaved now that the weather is cooler? That's great! However, just because your skin is flawless, doesn't mean you should stop taking care of it. According to Teen Vogue, the chilly weather can actually dehydrate your skin, leading to a shiny face and more pimples. Yikes!
To prevent new friends from popping up, read on for our tips.
Switch to a gentle, hydrating cleanser.
Using a cleanser with salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide this season can seriously dry out your skin. Opt for a gentle formula to keep your complexion balanced and free of grease!
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, P382/250ml, Watsons
Add a hydrating serum to your regimen.
Patting a ~lightweight~ serum before your moisturizer will make a huuuge difference to your skin. This will plump and smoothen your complexion's texture.
The Body Shop Drops Of Light Pure Healthy Brightening Serum, P1,895, Robinsons Galleria
Don't forget to moisturize.
Repeat after us: All skin types need moisture, and a dehydrated complexion may lead to pimples. For your particular skin type, stick to a lightweight, oil-free, gel-type moisturizer. [Via StyleCraze] This formula will keep your pores ~*happy*~!
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel, P1,900, Rustan's The Beauty Source
Finish off your routine with a gel mask.
A lightweight jelly overnight mask is great for oily-skinned ladies and gents because it will seal in all the products you used. Best of all, it won't clog the pores!
23.5 N Bamboo Ultra Hydrating Gel Mask, P1,450, Beauty Bar
Avoid clay masks.
Since your skin is not that oily rn, a drying clay mask is not the best exfoliator to use this time of the year. We recommend switching to a chemical exfoliator that can gently peel away layers of dead skin and dirt.
Neogen Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling Lemon Pads, P1,000, The Skincare Curator
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