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Learn About Your Combination Skin

Combination skin typically means that you experience both dry and oily skin simultaneously. This can be incredibly frustrating because both types need to be treated differently. For example, oily skin solutions only exacerbate your skin's dry parts, while dry skin solutions make the oily areas oilier.

Large Pores in T-Zone with Combination Skin

It is one of the most common skin conditions because skin varies from region to region. As a result, many different products have been created to deal with combination skin.

The easiest way to help with combination complexions is to isolate the dry zones from the oily areas and treat each separately.

Women with combination skin see dry, flaky patches and oily, shiny patches. The nose, forehead, and chin are most prone to oiliness, while the cheeks and lips are prone to dryness. This oily area is often called the t-zone; you will see pimples and other blemishes while the cheeks and lips are dry and flaky.

The t-zone's pores have more active oil-producing glands and, therefore, more oil, which blocks pores and creates blemishes. Without those same glands, other face areas do not have the same oily nature and become cracked and irritated without proper moisture.

Skin On Other Parts of the Body

While the face is the most common area to have combination skin, the entire body may suffer from the same skin type. For example, while the back may produce too much oil and see the same issues with acne as the t-zone, the upper arms may suffer from chronic dryness.

Anywhere there is a collection of oil glands, it will become an oily area when combined with skin. Other areas will be left without natural moisture because the body believes it produces enough. With combination skin, this skin is most likely to develop after puberty and remain from early adulthood until the later stages of life.

Some teenagers may experience combination skin during puberty. Then it will clear up into the early twenties. Some women will see their oily skin develop into combination as they age.

Combination skin is frustrating for women, as the same cleaners and products working in the t-zone are useless outside this area and vice versa. In addition, anything too aggressive will only worsen acne, and anything too light will leave the skin dry and red.

The only way to combat this is to treat each area separately. A functional, fruit-based cleanser, which removes bacteria and contaminants by over-drying the skin, is a great place to start. From there, use a heavier moisturizer in dry areas. And a very light one, if any, in the t-zone.

This will allow the skin to use its natural moisture to nourish the t-zone without drying out other face regions. In addition, finding matte makeup for the t-zone and a hydrating one for the cheeks may be beneficial.

Age-defying Anti-Aging Routine for Combination Skin


Alpha Hydroxy Probiotic Cleanser
Liquid Peptide Facial Mist
Peptide Eye Serum
Peptide Cocktail Anti-Aging Serum


Alpha Hydroxy Probiotic Cleanser
Liquid Peptide Facial Mist
Peptide Eye Serum
Peptide Cocktail Anti-Aging Serum
Apple Stem Cell Moisturizer

One to two times a week:

Glow-On Anti-aging Exfoliator
Clear Skin Anti-aging Mask

Specific Concerns

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Crows Feet
Dark Circles
Dull Complexion
Expression Lines
Large Pores
Laugh Lines
Lip Lines
Sagging Neck and Jowl Areas
Under-eye Bags and Puffiness