These 5 Ingredients Helped Improve The Texture On Combination Skin
These Five Ingredients Helped Improve The Texture On Combination Skin
One of the dearest AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) derived from sugarcane, glycolic acid is your answer to unequal and textured skin. Widely utilized in toners and serums, glycolic acid exfoliates the skin to reveal glowing, brighter and a more even-toned skin. Plus, being the smallest AHA, it goes deep into the skin. I utilized a glycolic acid-infused toner thrice a week in my PM routine and saw outcomes within the first 2 weeks.
What new can I say about salicylic acid’s advantages for oily skin that hasn’t been said before? Well, it has been a game-changer – for me too – and how! The most commonly utilized BHA (beta hydroxy acid) is derived from the bark of willow trees and its broad spectrum of benefits contain sebum control, pore purification, exfoliation and pore size reduction. As a outcome, the skin becomes smoother and appears to be cleaner. But again, I don’t swipe this treatment on my skin any more than two times a week.
If there’s one ingredient I utilize on a daily basis without fail, it’s niacin amide. The vitamin B3 derivative is my personal favorite because it ticks all the requires of my skin type without being too potent or over-powering. Plus, it has good compatibility with the other ingredients as compared to the previously mentioned actives.
Clay acts as the proper shock-absorbed for every mishap that’s thriving on my combination skin. From a grime and dirt to excess oil and comedonal acne (blackheads and whiteheads), clay sucks ‘em all out – excellently. Mostly presented in rinse-off face masks and cleansers, the only con with clay is that its effects aren’t long-lasting. However, I’m happy to bestow a weekly detox to a my skin and maintain its health in the long run.
If your skin is a more oily than sensitive, opt for bentonite clay instead of kaolin clay.
Moreover soothing your system, applying green tea on the skin topically can have several more benefits than you think. Packed with antioxidants, green tea can sooth your skin by cooling it and boosting hydration. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of the ingredient control acne also help with swift healing. It’s a best source of intense moisture without irritation.