Skin Care Products for Oily Skin

We cater to the needs of your oily skin

Do you constantly pat the skin of your face to remove excess sebum or do you try to control the sebum of your skin in general? Manage the clogged pores and the accompanying blackheads with the right combination of products and expert advice.

Tips for oily skin

Don’t confuse sebum with hydration

You may be tempted to avoid using a moisturizer because your skin is already oily, but be aware that sebum is not a moisturizer. In fact, dehydration can cause your skin’s glands to produce more sebum. The solution? Applying a non-comedogenic, oil-free moisturizer that traps essential hydration from your skin without clogging your pores where your face tends to be the fattest.

Resist the urge to over-fill your face

You may have a tendency to remove sebum from your skin with dry cleansers or vigorous washing, but this only triggers a greater production of sebum as a defense mechanism. Instead, look for a mild cleanser or make-up remover that contains salicylic or glycolic acid and can pass through the oil to lift dirt and build-up of residue.

Keep your face towels and makeup brushes clean

Everything you use daily on your face promotes the build-up of dirt and bacteria that can clog your pores and cause irritation and pimples. Wash brushes and make-up pads with a soft, micellar cleanser or antibacterial solution, and change your face towels regularly.

Create your routine for oily skin

Cleaners and make-up removers

Choose matte solutions that cleanse your pores without dehydrating your skin. Coal-fired face cleansers and cleansers or wipes that do not require vigorous rinsing or rubbing are ideal for effectively and gently lifting excess oil.


Moisturizers for the day

Hydrate each day with an oil-free gel cream with SPF to trap essential moisture and protect against sun damage while controlling the appearance of excess sebum.


Moisturizers for the night

No matter how oily your skin is, it loses moisture during the night. Make up for the lack of sleep by using a light moisturizer.


Eye treatments

Pockets and dark circles are signs of fatigue and dehydration. Fight under-eye pockets and dark circles with a night-time eye treatment that traps hydration.