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Combination Skin Is the Most Confusing Skin Type
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September 7, 2016
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Identifying your skin type is made a lot more difficult by the all-encompassing combination skin type. Almost everyone at some time or another, if not all the time, has combination skin. Physiologically, the nose, chin, center of the forehead, and the center of the cheek all
have more oil glands than other parts of the face. It is not surprising that those areas tend to be oilier and break out more frequently than other areas. Problems occur when you buy extra products for combination skin, because many ingredients that are appropriate for the T-zone (the area along the center of the forehead and down the nose where most of the oil glands on the face are located) won’t help the cheek, eye, or jaw areas. You may need separate products to deal with the different skin types on your face because you should treat different skin types, even on the same face, differently.

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There is nothing like confusing, just understands the combination skin is a combination of both oily and dry skin. All the skin under T would be oily and other part of skin are dry. The problem with the combination skin is that you may have wrinkles, clogged pores at the similar time and you can also face uneven skin tone or pores on your nose.

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Yes, Your right Physiologically, the nose, chin, center of the forehead, and the center of the cheek all have
more oil glands than other parts of the face. But using an oil-free product for these specific areas and different kind of product for other areas on the same face does not make sense. As we know that the above mention areas have more oil glands then go for the product depending on the other areas of the face.
 
February 7, 2019
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I have combination type of skin too, and it annoys me often

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