Skin type

Oily and oily skin

what is oily or oily skin?

Enlarged pores and increased shine are typical features of oily or greasy skin, also known as seborrhea. The sebum production is stronger here than atnormal skin, often in combination with increased perspiration.

Oily skin usually has genetic or hormonal causes. This is also the reason why around 20 to 30 percent of adolescents tend to have oily skin for at least a while: Puberty and hormones activate the sebum glands and they first have to find their way around. 

Due to the excessive sebum and the potential for inflammation, oily, oily skin is often sadunclean and prone to blackheads, pimples and acne. One consolation for people with oily skin is that their skin wrinkles a little more slowly.

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The principle behind the care of oily and oily skin is balance. The aim is to bring oily skin into a normal skin condition. You can do this by influencing sebum production through your care and combating inflammation potential.

To get oily, oily skin under control, you should use care products that degrease your skin slightly, but not dry it out. Otherwise the skin would be greasy and that would be counterproductive. 

Mild cleanser withslightly acidic pH are helpful here. In addition, you should complete the cleansing with a gentle moisturizer to prevent skin dryness and thus oil regrowth.


  • Tip 1:gentle peelings

    In order to clear the skin pores and remove excess sebum, an occasional peeling is worthwhile for oily skin. It is important that it does not dry out the skin, otherwise the condition of the skin will worsen. For an effective peeling you can use four drops of lemon juice mixed with a tablespoon of sugar or a natural oneKonjac sponge.

  • Tip 2:gentle cleaning

    The aim of facial cleansing is to remove excess oil and sebum as well as impurities from the skin without harming it or drying it out. YoursFacial cleansing must therefore be intense, mild and pH-neutral. So it depends on the recipe: Kaolin sludge and activated charcoal have proven their worth, as they work deeply and are gentle on the skin.

  • Tip 3:moisture

    Dryness has an undesirable counter-effect in oily and oily skin: it becomes even more oily. After cleansing your face, it is all the more important that you supply your skin with valuable moisture. With this you signal to her that she does not have to re-oil to restore good skin condition. A well-worded oneMoisturizer hydrates your skin with urea and hyaluron.

  • Tip 4:less inflammation

    Oily and oily skin is prone to inflammation, making it more prone to breakouts than normal skin. Your care products should therefore be antibacterial and inhibit inflammation. Vitamin C, E and trace elements such as zinc help you curb pimples on oily skin..


The optimal care for oily skin

Learn more about your skin type

Oily, oily skin types are often noticeable for blemishes. This can lead to great discomfort in those affected, but: With the right care you can freshen up your skin! Before you get started, you should analyze your skin again: Is it really oily? With the free skin consultation you already have the answer..


Learn more about your skin type

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Normal skin

Typical characteristics: 
hardly any blemishes or skin problems

Skin texture:
good blood circulation and hydration, fine pores, good skin's own protective acid mantle

even complexion with a healthy appearance

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Sensitive skin

Typical characteristics:
Redness, flaking, itching possible, sensitivity

Skin texture:
different, dehydration and damage to the skin's own protective acid mantal are possible

uneven, redness and dryness

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Dry skin

Typical characteristics: 
rough skin condition, skin cracks, wrinkling, skin irritation

Skin texture:
Dehydration and reduced sebum production, possible damage to the collagen structure

pale with a dry appearance, characterized by fine cracks in the skin

Combination skin

Typical characteristics: 
Tendency to have oily skin around the nose, dry skin on the cheeks

Skin texture:
oily skin areas with higher bacterial load, dry skin areas, wrinkles

irregular and possible pale appearance on the edge of the face