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THE BENEFITS OF OILY SKIN

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The downsides to having oily skin are usually very obvious to those who live with it. Clogged pores, excess oil, blemishes, and red marks are often problems for those searching for the best foundation for oily skin. There are benefits to having oily skin, however, so take heart! Some people are proud of their oily skin, and consider it to be a gift of their heritage.

Here are some of the benefits of oily skin, and perhaps a few reason for you to be thankful if you have it!

Oily Skin Is Easier To Treat Than Dry, Sensitive, or Combination Skin

Dry skin can be very difficult to deal with, requiring much more than simple moisturizers to treat. Dermatologists often list dry and sensitive skin as the most challenging to treat, requiring frequent return visits and a number of treatments and products. These types of skin can also be very uncomfortable, as chief among their symptoms are inflammation and irritation. Oily skin is easier to manage, and can often be handled by simply paying close attention to your cleansing routine, as well as your diet.

Oily Skin Reduces The Appearance Of Aging

It might just be the best kept anti-aging secret out there, but oily skin does a great job of limiting the effects of aging. The primary effects of time on your skin are wrinkles, lines, age spots, and sagging. Oily skin is naturally very youthful, a product of being lubricated and sustained by the oil produced by your pores. Healthy, firm oily skin stops age spots, wrinkles, and fine lines – and you don’t have to lift a finger to do it.

Oily Skin Tans Evenly

We’re not advocating the use of tanning booths, or even tanning in general, however, oily skin does take exposure to the sun more evenly than other skin types. If you’re someone who spends a lot of time outdoors or hopes to have skin that looks lively, smooth, and healthy, oily skin will help in achieving your desired look. Always wear sunscreen when you plan to be out in the sun for any extended period of time. 

Naturally Moisturized Skin

Have you ever applied your foundation early in the day, and then noticed that it’s dried out or soaked into your skin later on? Nothing is more annoying than having to reapply your makeup frequently throughout the day. Oily skin helps you to avoid dry patches or flaky makeup by keeping your skin naturally moisturized. Healthy, supple skin beneath your makeup will help it to stay fresh all day long, from your foundation to your eyeliner. Other skin types don’t have the advantage that oily skin provides when it comes to makeup.

Oily Skin Resists The Elements

One good benefit of oily skin is its ability to resist environmental elements. Whether you spend time in the wind, rain, or cold, your naturally thicker and suppler skin simply stands up to the elements better than other skin types. You can feel confident being outside in the elements because your skin is resilient, and not only weathers well, but recovers from exposure much more quickly.

Some people may still believe the negatives of having oily skin far outweigh the positives. Oily skin can attract dust and pollen, and often causes breakouts of acne. Clogged pores can lead to blemishes, as well, and your confidence can take a hit when you don’t feel as though you look your best. Managing your oily skin is an important part of keeping your skin healthy, and managing oily skin is not very complicated.

Wash your face with a gentle cleansing soap that is suitable for everyday use. Use hot water when washing your face, as it helps to cut excess oil from the surface of your skin. It will also keep your skin feeling drier. After washing, be sure to use a very light moisturizer. Thick creams or gels can complicate your oily skin challenges. There are many moisturizing products made specifically for oily skin. Choose those when purchasing your cleansing products. Also, periodic mud or clay masks often help to dry excessively oily skin.

 

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