hy is the T-zone generally oilier? hy is the T-zone generally oilier?

Why is the T-zone generally oilier?

Have you been experiencing clogged pores along your t-zone? This might be the reason. 

Pores are a tricky thing, they can generally be managed with clay masks and a visit to the dermatologist, but sometimes, the t-zone is hard to clear out.

Why is the T-zone generally oilier? 

The reason why pores tend to clog is basically excess sebum production. 

The reason why pores tend to clog is basically excess sebum production. It can be due to genetics, hormones, emotional stress, or diet. That oil becomes trapped in the pores along with dead skin cells and turns into comedonal acne. To avoid clogged pores, it is necessary to follow a consistent skincare routine, and eat healthily – go for a diet that is low in sugars and high in fiber and green veggies. 

 Make sure to use salicylic acid or retinol that can mildly exfoliate your skin and at the same time increase your cell turnover.

Make sure to use salicylic acid or retinol that can mildly exfoliate your skin and at the same time increase your cell turnover. It is also a good idea to stay away from occlusive that can be a bit comedogenic, and go for gel-like moisturizers. 

If your problem persists, it is a good idea to visit a dermatologist that can help you extract all that debris in your press. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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