Your skin always seems to be glowing. You're likely no stranger to blotting mattifying powders and blotting sheets. You might find that makeup and skincare products never always stay put as you'd want them.
Causes of Oily Skin
Hormonal imbalances during pregnancy or puberty can result in oily skin. The climate also affects where you live, and time of year can contribute to oily skin. If you live in a temperate environment or humid, you'll have oily skin. Sometimes it's also because genetics look around you. Large pores tend to produce sebum.
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Tips for oily skin
Moisturizing regularly will keep the skin from overproducing sebum. Drinking water is essential to keep skin moist. It will avoid form skin producing excess oil. We highly recommend you to wash your face twice a day. It will remove bacteria, remove dirt, and make your skin clean. But keep in mind that not to try to wash extra because it will remove necessary oil from your skin.