Apart from hormonal changes related to adolescence, other factors are favourable for the secretion of sebum, notably, heredity or environmental factors. Heat and humidity are, for example, aggravating agents.
Oily skin is mainly shiny and thicker. It is equally characterised by enlarged pores and blackheads located in the median area of the face or T-zone, notably on the forehead, nose and chin. It can also be accompanied by white or red spots.
How to deal with oily skin?
To help clear oily skin, it is essential to clean it twice a day, with specific care. It is also advisable to use an exfoliant. This will deeply unclog the pores, remove excess sebum and leave the skin looking healthy and soft. A moisturising lotion can also complete this cleansing process to help tighten the pores..
Apart from washing, you should choose products for oily skin, which reduce excessive sebum, control the shiny effect and leave the skin clean.