HOW TO CARE FOR OILY SKIN
Published July 15, 2023
An anti-aging skincare routine tailored to your skin type and skin concern is essential to achieving healthy, younger-looking skin. For oily skin, it’s crucial to use skincare products that not only improve the look of wrinkles and imperfections, but help to remove excess oil, shine, and impurities too.
Read on to discover a 4-step anti-aging skincare routine that’s a complete solution for wrinkles and blemish-prone skin, promising results after just 7 days.
WHY SHOULD I USE THE AGE-PURIFY SKINCARE COLLECTION?
Developed with aesthetic doctors and dermatologists, the AGE-PURIFY collection from FILORGA is designed specifically for combination and oily skin to act on skin concerns linked to imperfections and the first signs of aging.
The AGE-PURIFY collection is an anti-wrinkle and blemish targeting skincare collection tailored for those noticing the first signs of aging, and with a blemish-prone, oily skin type.
Acne and blemishes are not exclusive to teens. Over the last decade, reports of adult acne have increased by 60%*, with concerns about spots, redness, enlarged pores, and wrinkles becoming women's top concern from the age of 35**. The AGE-PURIFY collection helps to address these specific skin concerns for blemish-free, younger-looking skin.
4-STEP OILY ANTI-AGING SKINCARE ROUTINE FOR OILY SKIN
1. USE A CLEANSER DESIGNED FOR OILY SKIN
Cleansing should be the first step in your morning and night-time skincare routine. It not only removes the dirt, makeup, and excess oil that accumulates on the skin and causes signs of aging, but it helps to decongest pores and prevent blemishes too.
AGE-PURIFY CLEAN smoothing gel cleanser is an anti-blemish face cleanser formulated with active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and niacinamide. When massaged into wet skin, it turns into a fine, foaming gel that leaves skin feeling refreshed and cleansed.
2. TARGET YOUR SPECIFIC SKIN CONCERNS WITH A SERUM
Serums are an effective way of targeting specific skin concerns and maintaining hydration. They’re infused with active ingredients and contain small molecules that work to penetrate the skin barrier for optimum effectiveness.
AGE-PURIFY INTENSIVE double correction serum is a hydrating and light textured anti-wrinkle face serum that’s perfect for oily and combination skin. Formulated with our HYALURO-YOUTH CX complex, it contains hyaluronic acid (which helps the skin to retain moisture) and filling glycopeptide to smooth the appearance of wrinkles for a younger-looking complexion. It also contains DERMO-RESCUE-CX, a combination of micro-peeling acids and purifying agents that help to reduce the appearance of pores, shine, spots, and blackheads.
3. APPLY A NON-COMEDOGENIC MOISTURIZER
Although oily skin produces excess sebum and may feel moisturized, it’s still essential to use a moisturizer morning and night, especially as skin matures. This will help to regulate sebum production and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Non-comedogenic AGE-PURIFY double correction fluid detoxifies the skin while acting on signs of aging. Designed with an ultra-light and hydrating texture, it’s one of FILORGA’s best anti-aging creams for oily or combination skin types, as it reduces the appearance of wrinkles, pores, and redness for hydrated and purified skin with reduced shine.
4. USE A CLAY MASK WEEKLY
Clay masks act as the best anti-blemish treatment for oily skin thanks to their ability to absorb excess oil and impurities. However, they should only be used once or twice a week to avoid drying out the skin.
AGE-PURIFY MASK was developed to meet the needs of aging and oily skin. With its double anti-aging and anti-blemish action, its micro-peeling acids and zinc-enriched formula acts on the appearance of pores and blemishes while gently resurfacing for younger-looking skin. Thanks to its hydrating, rich and creamy clay texture, this face mask is perfect for oily skin types prone to blemishes.
* F. Kamangar, K. Shinkai, Acne in the adult female patient: a practical approach, International Journal of Dermatology, 2012
**Analysis of Korean acne patients according to age groups based on two multicenter studies. Journal of Dermatology 2017, 44 (2): 186-188.