3 Tips to Cope with Oil Skin
If your first instinct is to head to the drugstore to stock up on conventional skin care products targeted towards managing oily skin then this article is for you!
Apart from the fact that synthetic-based products may only make your skin care woes worse, clear, healthy skin comes down to a lot more than just the type of ingredients you use externally on your skin.
In this article we will share our top oily skin tips so you can say goodbye to pesky blemishes and hello to clear, glowing skin that will instantly boost your confidence!
Stop Touching Your Face So Much
Apart from the fact that you are exposing yourself to viruses and infections, touching your face also puts your skin at risk of breakouts thanks to all the germs your hands pick up throughout the day.
Make it a habit to wash your hands when you get home from being out and carry a natural hand sanitizer with you so you can keep your hands clean.
This way, if you do accidentally happen to touch your face you’ll be doing it with clean hands! Keep in mind that even natural skin oils on your fingers can clog up your pores so try and be mindful until it becomes an automatic reaction to not do it.
Don't Forget to Moisturize & Use the Right Ingredients
One of our pet peeves is seeing people skip the moisturizer for fear of creating more oil in their skin, when in fact, it’s the other way around!
By not moisturizing, your skin will try to make up for the lack of oil, often by overproducing sebum, which then clogs up your pores and puts you at risk for blackheads and pimples.
Sea Buckthorn is our signature ingredient, here at SIBU Beauty, and it is exactly what your oily skin craves! Sea buckthorn contains over 190 nutrients and phytonutrients and is brimming in fatty acids to seriously reduce skin inflammation while promoting a luminous healthy glow!
Our Nourishing Face Cream provides just the right amount of hydration without ever being too heavy.
Do Pay Attention to Your Internal Health
It’s all very well to use the right ingredients externally, but if you aren’t taking care of your internal health, by eating a diet full of processed foods, then you aren’t going to achieve the results you desire. Healthy skin relies on internal and external factors that work synergistically together.
A clean, anti-inflammatory diet rich in antioxidants and healthy fats is essential for healthy skin (and a healthy body!)
These tips are simple but highly effective and may make all the difference in your problem skin!