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For today's BonPill we would like to talk to you about the cosmetic protocols for combination skin.
Combination skin has a T-zone (nose, chin, forehead) shiny and it is the most common skin condition in which we could reside, let's see together what is indicated to use and what is best avoided .
WHAT TO USE
The main problem with this type of skin is the T area which is shiny most of the time. In this case it is useful to refer to the use of a clay-based mask to be appliedonly to the nose, chin and forehead once or twice a week.
Associating the sebum-regulating/astringent molecules with moisturizing molecules such as hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate, nicinamide or trehalose are among the best known molecules.
The skin should be cleansed twice a day, in the evening (and only in the evening) it is highly recommended double cleansing using:
- first an oil-based cleanser to remove make-up, smog and impurities
- then one with foaming base for deep cleaning.
WHAT TO AVOID
There are no particular substances to avoid for this type of skin, except for mechanical scrubbing on the area T or the frequent use of tonics or masks of exfoliating acids all over the skin of the face.
Dott.ssa Federica D'Incà - COSMAST Master in Cosmetic Science and Technology
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