A COOL COMBO

HAV­ING COM­BI­NA­TION SKIN MEANS THAT YOUR T-ZONE CAN GET OILY PRETTY QUICKLY BUT THE REST OF YOUR FACE CAN RE­MAIN DRY, MAK­ING IT HARD FOR YOU TO FIND THE RIGHT PROD­UCTS. GOOD NEWS: THERE’S A SO­LU­TION TO YOUR PROB­LEM.

Female (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY BEAT -

While it’s a pretty com­mon prob­lem to have, com­bi­na­tion skin can be pretty frus­trat­ing at times. For in­stance, when your skin feels dry from be­ing in an air-con­di­tioned space all day but your nose looks ex­tremely greasy. How do you find the right bal­ance? While you can con­trol it with the right prod­ucts, there are also some changes in your life­style that you need to make. Check out th­ese tips:

MOVE IT!

Hav­ing a full-time job can re­ally drain you, we get it, but mak­ing a bit of time to ex­er­cise is cru­cial in help­ing your skin look its best. Ex­er­cis­ing can im­prove blood cir­cu­la­tion and help de­liver key nu­tri­ents to the skin. TIP!

Play the Bey­oncé: tu­to­rial video on YouTube and we guar­an­tee you’ll want to do more than just the four-minute long work­out rou­tine.

MOIS­TURISE EF­FEC­TIVELY

Sim­ply slap­ping on mois­turiser can cause your pores to clog so al­ways choose ones that are prop­erly made for oily or com­bi­na­tion skin. Also, avoid ir­ri­tat­ing in­gre­di­ents such as syn­thetic pig­ments and tri­ethanolamine that can strip your skin of its nat­u­ral oils.

TRY THIS!

The new Laneige Fresh Calm­ing line is made with the Laneige Skin Equal­iz­ingTM Tech­nol­ogy, which helps pro­vide im­me­di­ate mois­tur­is­ing and sooth­ing ef­fects for both oily and de­hy­drated skin, main­tain­ing a bal­ance con­stantly.

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