Skipping facial oil because you have oily skin? Think again! The Beauty Industry has made us believe oily skinned people need to stay as far away from oils as possible.
But this couldn’t be far from the truth. Using oils on oily skin can actually be beneficial and even help control acne.
I always look for affordable products while shopping for my oily/acne-prone skin. Oily skincare routine requires more attention and is the most troublesome of all skin types.
A slightly viscous consistency and Bam! Breakouts next morning! One has to be super careful in selecting products that hydrate yet keep oil production in check.
For all the oily-skinned beauties, summers are quite the dreaded season. Summers and breakouts go hand in hand for me. It is just the beginning of summer and my skin has already started misbehaving.
I just recovered from a bout of breakouts and will have to be on alert for the next few months trying to keep my skin oil-free. Taking care of oily skin during summers can be tricky but it’s not impossible to avoid breakouts. But with the help of these products, I am able to manage my oily skin though the summers.
10 Summer Essentials for Oily Skin
Exfoliation is a part of Skincare routine that can often go wrong due to the product used. Many exfoliators in the market contain gritty particles that can damage the skin.
I was on lookout for an affordable physical scrub that exfoliates gently. The Juicy chemistry scrub sadly didn’t turn out well for me and that’s when I came across the Ubtan India D Tan scrub and decided to give it a try.
I always want to keep trying new moisturizers for my oily skin. A few months ago, I did a small Soultree haul and picked up their Tulsi and Sandalwood Moisturizing gel.
The Aroma Magic Moisturizer I used earlier worked well for me but the incomplete ingredient list made me want to try something else. I have been using the Soultree moisturizer ever since and here is a detailed review on it.