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Ideal Skincare Routine For Oily And Acne-Prone Skin

Indulging in a CTM routine is just not enough. Skin needs extra care to experience effective results. But in the ocean of sheet masks, hydrating products, serums, essences, face oils, it is almost impossible to get your hands on the right products. Here, we are going to highlight all the essential ingredients you need to add to your vanity right away suiting your skin type and concerns. So, get ready to tweak your skincare regime to fit your skin type.

Oily Skin

Oily skin is due to excessive sebum production, which leads to clogged and enlarged skin pores. Always remember to stay clear of all the ingredients that can exacerbate oil production such as coconut oil and shea butter. They are extremely moisturizing and can be highly comedogenic and pore-clogging for an oily skin type. Get your hands on the gentle exfoliators with salicylic acid to let your skin breathe. 

AM and PM Skincare Essentials

During your morning skincare, use products that settle the inflammation caused by excess oil production and soothe the skin texture. A calming gel-based cleanser followed by a spot treatment and sunscreen would do the job. Come nighttime, add AHAs as they gently treat the skin and help in pore tightening. Use hyaluronic acid-based moisturizer to nourish the skin deeply as hydration is a key to healthy-looking skin. 

Acne-Prone Skin

Regardless of your skin type, skin texture requires enough moisture level to stay in the pink of health. Acne-prone skin is very much susceptible to dehydration and makes it difficult to lock in moisture. When you feel your skin is dry and parched, it's overworked by producing more sebum that results in breakouts. Always pick a gel-based product as cream-based can clog your pores. Gel-based are usually water-based that let the moisture sink into the texture quickly and effectively deliver hydration. Make sure to use a spot treatment to tame acne like a pro.

AM and PM Skincare Essentials

Start your morning regime with hyaluronic acid to treat dryness. During the night time regime, add Centella Asiatica-based products to relieve and soothe the skin. This leafy herb is also known as tiger grass and touted for its skin regeneration properties. It is a natural anti-inflammatory agent that effectively fades acne scars and is an amazing blemish fighter.

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