Although those with oily skin can achieve a natural, dewy finish, sometimes, managing to get the optimum amount of glow can be difficult. A tailored skincare routine for oily skin will help to balance oil production. So, if you’re looking to keep your complexion looking and feeling its best, we’ve got some expert advice for you.

Manage Your Oily Skin With Omorovicza Skincare

What is Oily Skin?

Skin types can vary from extremely dry to combination or oily. Oily skin can be caused by genetics or overactive sebaceous glands and is characterised by excess shine, enlarged pores, blackheads and breakouts.

What Causes Oily Skin?

Oily skin can be caused by genetics, but it may also be triggered by external factors, such as pollution, dirt or harsh chemicals. These pollutants clog pores, which leads to oily skin.

Sometimes, oily skin can occur when using the wrong skincare products, as harsh ingredients like alcohols and silicones can increase shine.

How To Treat Oily Skin 5 Ways

Below we have outlined Omorovicza’s collection of skincare for oily skin. This collection of products includes ingredients like salicylic acid and Hungarian moor mud, which help to cleanse the skin and tackle breakouts.

Read on to learn how to build a skincare routine for oily skin to keep your complexion feeling fresh and clarified.

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1. Cleanse Morning And Night 

The best skincare routine for oily skin begins with a cleanser to remove excess sebum and unclog pores. We recommend that you cleanse morning and night to rid your skin of pollutants that you encounter in everyday life like exhaust fumes and chemicals.

The Best Cleanser for Oily Skin

Mud and oil-based cleansers dissolve dirt without disturbing the natural moisture levels of the skin. Our detoxifying Moor Cream Cleanser harnesses calcium and magnesium-rich Hungarian moor mud to help decongest pores, reduce breakouts and prevent blemishes, while a blend of nutrients like calcium and magnesium keeps the skin hydrated.

How to use: Apply a pea-sized amount to damp skin, massage in circular motions, then rinse thoroughly with warm water.

2. Exfoliate With Salicylic Acid 

Salicylic acid is both oil-soluble and lipophilic, meaning it’s attracted to oil and helps break it down. It can travel deep into the skin, reducing congestion and shine. It also has exfoliating properties that help to remove the dead cells that can cause clogged pores.

Salicylic acid is best incorporated into your skincare ritual through use of a toner after cleansing.

The Best Toner for Oily Skin

Our Acid Solution is an exfoliating toner that helps to clarify, brighten and revive the complexion.

This brightening toner includes salicylic acid – an ingredient which works to unclog pores and dissolve debris that can occur from oil build-up.

How to use: After cleansing, pour a few drops into the palm of your hand, and pat over your face and neck for a smooth, oil-free appearance.

3. Hydrate 

If oily skin gets dehydrated, the sebaceous glands will produce excess sebum, increasing oiliness and shine. However, hydrating products can help to maintain moisture levels and control excess shine.

To hydrate during an oily skin routine, opt for a lightweight serum. The concentration of ingredients within serums can give your skin more hydration than a moisturiser, creating the perfect base for oily skin.

The Best Serum for Oily Skin

For your morning routine, opt for our Instant Perfection Serum. It absorbs instantly to provide a smooth, refreshed and rejuvenated appearance.

How to use: Apply a few drops after cleansing and toning.

In the evenings, use our Midnight Renewal serum to renew and repair the skin. It contains an innovative form of retinal, which helps to smooth, reduce fine lines and enhance cell renewal, while micro algae bio-actives protect against external stressors.

How to use: Apply to the face after cleansing and toning to plump, smooth and brighten the skin overnight.

Expert Tip:If your skin is dehydrated, your daily skincare routine for oily skin should start from within. Dehydrated skin is more susceptible to congestion and clogged pores, so drinkingat least 2.2 liters of waterwill contribute towards a balanced complexion.

4. Balance 

As oily skin is caused by overactive sebaceous glands, incorporating balancing products that regulate sebum production will help to reduce oiliness and shine.

Reach for a moisturiser that helps to control shine and provide long-lasting hydration, like our Balancing Moisturiser.

The Best Moisturiser for Oily Skin

Day Cream: Our Balancing Moisturiser is ideal for oily skin. Its cooling gel-cream formula works to control shine and provides long-lasting hydration, using the ingredient apple pectin to do so.

How to use: Apply evenly to the face and neck every morning.

Night Cream: The Rejuvenating Night Cream works to restore and hydrate skin overnight. Blending hazelnut peptides with a patented Healing Concentrate complex, this buttery night cream helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, lending skin a plump and firm appearance.

How to use: Apply evenly to face and neck after your evening cleanse.

5. Use Deep Cleansing Treatments 

An oily skin routine should include a weekly cleansing treatment to detox the complexion. A mud mask is an excellent way to further target oiliness, as it helps to draw out impurities and clear congested pores for a clearer appearance.

The Best Face Mask for Oily Skin

Perfect for oily, combination and acne-prone skin, our Deep Cleansing Mask harnesses the power of transformative Hungarian Moor mud to clear congested pores and draw out impurities.

How to use: Apply a generous amount to the face and neck, leave for 15-20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.

Expert Tip: This face mask can be used as a targeted overnight spot treatment.

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