Skincare Routines For Oily Skin

107 secrets skincare routines for oily skin

The challenges that come with oily skin include frequent breakouts and a shiny complexion. When determining a skincare routine, it is important to keep in mind the unique considerations of your skin type. This includes the kind of products to use and best practices to take. In this guide, we share with you some ways to take care of oily skin.

Cleanse Twice Daily

With oily skin, you will want to cleanse at least twice daily, once in the morning and once at night. Some people may skip the morning cleanse thinking that their skin is clean because it has yet to face impurities from outside. However, that is not true as overnight, our skin is actually shedding cells and producing oils. If you have particularly oily skin, you may even benefit from cleansing more than twice a day.

You will want to ensure that your choice of cleanser is gentle on the skin as well as being non-inflammatory to prevent those all too common breakouts. At 107 Beauty, our gentle low pH cleanser is gentle on the skin and formulated for all skin types, containing 7-year aged vinegar as well as green tea leaf.

    107 secrets skincare routines for oily skin

    Follow Up with A Hydrating Toner

    A common misconception about oily skin is that it doesn’t need to be moisturized. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The key to moisturizing oily skin is to choose the right product. Essentially, this means one that is lightweight and water-based instead of oil-based. The best way to keep oily skin under control is to hydrate skin. Toners have come a long way since drying astringents that can make skin more oily in the long run. Hydrating toners help to balance the pH level of your skin and prepare it for further treatment that includes the application of creams and serums. Our MICRO DRIZZLE Hydro Toner is lightweight and contains 3 types of hyaluronic acid for lasting hydration. Increasing your skin’s ability to retain moisture in the beginning steps in your routine will stop your skin from producing excess sebum that your skin thinks you need.

    Best Practices

    Other than picking the right products for your skin’s needs, daily habits can make a big difference in your skin health. People with oily skin should follow these best practices:

    • Wash your face after exercising or breaking out a sweat, especially if you do not intend on showering soon. A simple cleanse will do; the main purpose is to get rid of sweat and grime.
    • Remove the oil that accumulates on your face throughout the day by using blotting paper. Available to buy cheaply in drugstores and pharmacies, these handy sheets absorb the excess oil from your face and can be disposed of after use.

    Shop at 107 for Fermented Skincare Products 

    Are you looking for skincare products that will not aggravate oily skin? If so, 107 has got what you are looking for. Our exclusive handmade vinegar is fermented and aged for seven years, then purified through a proprietary process to maximize effectiveness in skincare formulations. It contains a potent complex of vitamins and postbiotics (including 17 different amino acids, acetic acid, lactic acid and malic acid) that helps to exfoliate skin and provide antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory protection. Learn more about Our Core Ingredient.

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