Skin Care for Oily Skin 

For people with oily skin, skin care should definitely be done regularly. Oily skin can be difficult to combat, but it can be controlled with home remedies. Every person's skin produces oil regularly. This oil, called sebum, helps keep the skin moisturized and healthy. Oily skin is caused by the sebaceous glands under the skin producing too much oil. If you remove the excess oil from your skin, but the shiny and oily appearance returns to your skin in a short time, it means that your skin type is oily.

One of the indicators of healthy skin is a slightly oily complexion. Regardless of your skin type and skin structure, everyone has oily skin. It occurs when the sebaceous glands under the skin produce sebum, an oily and waxy substance, in large quantities. Genes and hormones play an important role in causing oily skin. If one of your parents has oily skin, it can also mean that your sebaceous glands are active. Some chronic diseases that cause a change in hormonal balance can trigger oily skin. Growth hormones during puberty can also cause oily skin. People living in hot and humid climates may tend to have oilier skin. In addition, the skin of people with large skin pores produces more oil. Factors such as people with oily skin using the wrong products in skin care, overdoing the care routine and not using moisturizers can cause excessive oiliness of the skin. 

Oily skin symptoms generally manifest themselves on the face. These symptoms may vary from person to person. Oily skin symptoms can be as follows; oily and shiny skin appearance, large and prominent pores on the skin, acne and blackheads, clogged skin pores, thick and rough skin appearance. If you have one or more of these symptoms, you may have oily skin.

The above article is for informational purposes only. Please consult a dermatologist to learn your skin type and for the necessary skin care routines. Do not use anything other than the medicines, creams, masks and tonics prescribed by your doctor. Remember that medicines or creams that are good for someone else can damage your skin. Do not put yourself at risk and be sure to see a specialist doctor. 

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