PRODUCT CONSULTING | OILY SKIN
Step 2: Your current skin condition
Your skin is rather oily - we will take this into account in our care recommendations for you. In addition to the increased sebum content, oily skin can have further requirements that should be covered by a precisely fitting care routine. In which of these descriptions do you most likely find your current skin appearance? You can later switch to a different skin condition to refine your care recommendations.
Sensitivity & Redness
Sensitivity & redness can also occur with oily skin.
- Mostly the skin under the oily layer is very sensitive and reacts to cold, heat and dry air - unfortunately mostly with even more oil production.
Unfortunately, the oily skin type is very often affected by impurities.
- Excessively produced oil can quickly lead to clogged pores and thus to pimples.
- If the oily skin is also incorrectly cared for, it becomes sensitive and the skin balance weakened.
- Bacteria can easily penetrate, which in turn leads to impurities.
Tired, pale looking skin
- If the oily skin looks tired and pale, it lacks the so-called "glow" and good blood circulation.
- Usually the uppermost layer of the skin is irregularly horny, i.e. the skin's own renewal does not function properly and the skin cannot absorb the active ingredients of a cream well, for example.
wrinkles, sagging contours
The natural aging process as well as lifestyle and genes cause the skin to lose its elasticity and the first wrinkles appear.
- With oily skin, wrinkles usually appear quite late, but loss of elasticity can lead to visibly sagging contours.
Unfortunately, no skin type is immune to hyperpigmentation or pigment spots - not even oily skin.
- Usually the trigger for this irregular skin colouring is UV radiation.
- These pigment spots often occur in places that are or have been exposed to the sun.