In winter, your face is always greasy. Do I still need to moisturize? What should I do if my face is dry and oily in winter? Let’s take a look at the causes of an oily face and see what we can do to solve the problem of an oily face in winter!
1. Wash your face with warm water
The air is dry in winter, so try to reduce the number of times you wash your face in winter, usually once in the morning and once at night. Don’t use too hot water to wash your face, because too hot water will excessively break down the skin’s oil, making it dry and prone to wrinkles; and too cold water is hard to clean the dirt and excess oil in your pores, so warm water is the right choice to cleanse.2. Replenish skin moisture, don’t use oil-based creamsOr many people think that oily skin doesn’t need to be moisturized. But if you don’t put a protective film on your face, your pores will accumulate dust and your skin will easily become dehydrated. That’s why oily skin should choose a water-based lotion or gel-based lotion. Add only enough moisture. If you feel “sticky” after applying it to your face, don’t keep using it
3. Ditch the alkaline, foaming cleansersIn the winter, sand and pollution can make the skin surface less dirty than in the summer, and using cleansers with too many ingredients or too much alkaline can lead to drier skin. However, if you only use water to wash your face, the dirt inside your pores will not be completely washed away. Slowly, pores become clogged and problems such as enlarged pores, blackheads, acne and pimples appear. If you want your skin to be clean and flawless, it is especially important to choose a cleanser that is strong and gentle.
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