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The good news—your skin is an overachiever at keeping itself moisturized. This is why people with oily skin tend to show signs of aging more slowly. But oily skin can be congested, dull, or even dehydrated. Though it’s mostly genetic, oily skin can also be related to age, climate, or hormones. Your goal is to keep excess shine and sebum at bay without stripping your skin.
The good news—you’re not alone. If your skin is oily in some places and dry in others, you have the most common skin type. This may be affected by seasonality, age, or hormones. Fear not—your temperamental skin is tamable. Your goal is to find balance with a skincare routine you can adjust to suit your ever-changing skin.
The good news—you’re practically poreless and your skin stays matte effortlessly. But when skin is dry it can feel tight, itchy, or uncomfortable. Skin may become drier as you age, in cooler months, or from harsh products that compromise its moisture barrier. Your goal is to deeply hydrate your skin, and to prevent moisture loss throughout the day.
The good news—your skin is neither oily or dry. It’s basically untroubled, and doesn’t fluctuate much with the seasons. Normal skin is uncommon in adults, so if you have it, count yourself lucky. Your goal is to maintain the status quo with good basic skincare and sun protection.