Top 5 Makeup removal tips for Oily Skin

The natural oil in the skin helps maintain its moisture and gives it a brighter appearance. Still, this brightness can quickly turn into an annoying greasy shine, which calls for special care for oily skin to balance natural moisture and excess sebum that causes clogged pores, breakouts and undesirable shine.

One of the most important steps that help you control the oils in your oily skin and reduce the possibility of breakouts is the skin’s nighttime routine that begins with makeup removal and ridding your skin of daily pollutants before bedtime. Read on to learn about the five most important makeup removal tips you should follow.

1. Using makeup remover wipes:

We often reach the end of the day exhausted, and all we think about is lying in bed and falling asleep without thinking of anything else. However, this simple mess-up may appear the following day or so in the form of pimples on the face, causing you more problems than the burden of removing makeup before bed. In any case, makeup remover wipes are a perfect solution for this scenario. All you need to do is keep a pack of makeup remover wipes near the bed so that you can reach it without the trouble of getting out of bed in case you forgot to remove your makeup. Make sure to choose makeup remover wipes suitable for oily skin, We recommend using Johnson’s Wipes: Oil Balancing Facial Cleansing Wipes For Oily To Combination Skin that boosts your skin's natural moisture.

2. Use a makeup remover for oily skin:

Removing makeup using makeup remover wipes is a convenient and practical solution for when you feel tired. Rather than doing all the steps of the night skincare routine, make sure to continue with the full steps whenever you can to get a deeper clean, better results, and fewer breakouts. It is not recommended to use an oil-based makeup remover or cleanser for people with oily skin as it can increase the possibility of breakouts and irritate your skin.Use a makeup remover for oily skin like Johnson's® Fresh Hydration® Micellar Cleansing Jelly. This product from Johnson's combines the cleansing power of micellar water by sticking to deposits of both oily and watery origin like a magnet to get rid of any trace of makeup, even if it's waterproof like mascara while maintaining your skin fresh and moist.

3. Steam your face to open up your pores

Keeping the pores clean is the most important factor contributing to reducing acne for oily skin. Steaming the face helps open the pores and loosens up the accumulated oils and dirt inside them, making getting rid of them an easier task. You do not need a facial steamer or even go to a skin care center to have this done. You will only need to expose your skin to steam for approximately thirty seconds by placing the face over the sink or a bowl with steaing water to open the pores before continuing the steps of deeply cleaning your skin. Even if you can't make this step part of your daily routine, try to repeat it as often as you can.

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4. Deep cleanse your skin

This step is especially important for people with oily skin because it gets rid of any impurities stuck deep in the skin inside the pores, which is the leading cause of pimples and oily skin problems. Use a non-oily cleanser like Johnson's® Fresh Hydration® Water Gel Cleanser With Rose Water for perfectly clean skin, even deep within the pores.

5. Finally, moisturize your skin

You may think that as your skin is oily, it does not need moisturizing. Still, it’s all about balancing cleansing the skin, maintaining its natural moisture, and keeping its youthful and radiant appearance. Use a nighttime moisturizer suitable for your skin type, and be sure to choose one that does not clog pores.

Your oily skin may require special care, but following these steps as a daily routine will not only help you avoid breakouts and unpleasant shine, it would rather allow you to enjoy the benefits of oily skin such as smoothness and natural moisture that delays signs of aging.

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