What are the features of combination skin?
What is combination skin?
The skin in the T-zone, which includes the forehead, skin and nose, is oilier than other areas. It shines and tends to develop impurities, as the sebaceous glands in this area of the face are especially active. The cheeks, on the other hand, are normal to dry.
Choose a care product that is specifically tailored to your skin type, in order to promote the restoration of the skin’s own moisture balance.
Will you always have combination skin?
Restore your skin’s balance
Balancing act no. 1: cleansing
Balancing act no. 2: care
Tip: make sure you use a light cream with a low oil content and apply it more sparingly to the forehead, nose and chin. It is essential that the cream has a moisturising effect but is light at the same time. Of course, you can use the same cream for both zones. But make sure you choose a cream which is tailored specifically to your skin type, for example NIVEA Moisturising Day Care with vitamin E. For the eye area, you should opt for a cream specially developed for this sensitive area.