EX­CESS OIL

NW - - Star Stylist -

Pores are re­spon­si­ble for re­leas­ing oil onto the skin to keep it mois­turised and healthy. How­ever, some peo­ple’s ge­netic make-up can re­sult in an over-pro­duc­tion, which in turn can re­sult in break outs. “In­gre­di­ents such as clay can help ab­sorb ex­cess oil,” says Candice. “Also, niaci­namide – a form of vi­ta­min B3 – can help reg­u­late oil pro­duc­tion. Fi­nally, re­view your diet. High sugar foods can pro­mote ex­cess skin cell pro­duc­tion, while foods with re­duced sugar can help re­duce in­ci­dents of break outs.”

Ce­ramic Slip Cleanser $66 Sun­day Ri­ley mecca.com.au

Kate’s fave cleanser con­tains three types of clay.

Niaci­namide 10% + Zinc 1% $9.90 The Or­di­nary myer.com.au

Pink Clay Mask $50 Alya Skin alyaskin.com

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