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How to Tell If You Have Combination Skin

Posted by Ellen Ehrlich R.N. on 10/30/2019 to Skin Care Tips

combination skin care

Not everyone will respond to any skincare product in the same way as others.  Not everyone’s skin shares the same qualities. Some people have naturally dry skin, and they need products that can moisturize them as a result. Other people have naturally oily skin, so the skincare items they use must take that into account.

This gets more complicated for those who must deal with people who have both oily and dry skin. Thankfully, while proper skincare may be trickier for them, it is also not impossible to do right. Here is some information on combination skin and how to treat it.

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How to Care for Your Oily Skin

Posted by Ellen Ehrlich R.N. on 10/16/2019 to Skin Care Tips

Oily Nose Skincare

Even oily skin needs hydration — otherwise, it will get dry and flaky in the sun or in the cold. The human body naturally hydrates the skin through the production of natural oils, known as sebum. The activity of your sebaceous gland helps keep your dermis healthy and happy.

You can have dry surface skin and still have oily skin. Often the dead dry cells prevent the oils from surfacing. This can cause the dreaded bumps to appear.

However, just as there can be such a thing as not enough oil, there is also such a thing as too much of it. To stay at your healthiest, you need to find the middle ground. Here is some information on what to do when you have an oily nose, as well as oily skin in general.

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7 Tips for Easy Acne Control

Posted by Ellen Ehrlich R.N. on 9/27/2019 to Skin Care Tips
tips for acne control


Acne is the most common skin condition in the U.S., although dermatologists say its severity can often be reduced with simple changes to a person’s skincare routine.

Most commonly, people with an acne problem scrub their skin with harsh products, yet they don't know that doing this often makes acne worse. In order for acne to improve, you must be gentle when touch this skin and use gentle products without harsh alcohol. Alcohol can leech the moisture from the skin and will dry it out leading to flaky skin combined with acne.

Here are 7 tips to help you manage those pesky, embarrassing breakouts.
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 Skin Care Tips

 How to Tell If You Have Combination Skin
 How to Care for Your Oily Skin
 7 Tips for Easy Acne Control