Try these basic tips to wash your face according to your skin type

First Published Dec 10, 2020, 3:33 PM IST

Washing your face is one of the most important things to do. Here's how you can wash your face based on your skin type.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Yes, you heard that right. You need to understand your skin type before you wash your face. There are three kinds of basic skin types, oily, dry and a combination of both. Your skin needs your full attention; otherwise, it can revolt back.&nbsp;</p>

Yes, you heard that right. You need to understand your skin type before you wash your face. There are three kinds of basic skin types, oily, dry and a combination of both. Your skin needs your full attention; otherwise, it can revolt back. 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Oily skin needs deep-cleanse. So choose a foaming face wash to use. After that, you must use a cleanser if your skin is acne-prone. A double-cleansing always works.</p>

Oily skin needs deep-cleanse. So choose a foaming face wash to use. After that, you must use a cleanser if your skin is acne-prone. A double-cleansing always works.

<p style="text-align: justify;">To top it off use toner to control the sebum secretion. Pat your skin dry.<br />
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To top it off use toner to control the sebum secretion. Pat your skin dry.
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">Always wash your face with cold water and get rid off that gel or cream or oil you have used. And, pat dry your face with a towel.</p>

Always wash your face with cold water and get rid off that gel or cream or oil you have used. And, pat dry your face with a towel.

<p style="text-align: justify;">Combination skins are tricky ones. You have dry skin, and also your T-zone and chin secretes oil. So avoid the products that can rip off your skin's natural oils. Micellar water is a good option for cleansing. Use exfoliating scrub twice a week and better if you do more. Try to avoid alcohol-based products and use gel-based face wash. Pat dry your skin and tone it with some light and breezy water-based toner.<br />
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Combination skins are tricky ones. You have dry skin, and also your T-zone and chin secretes oil. So avoid the products that can rip off your skin's natural oils. Micellar water is a good option for cleansing. Use exfoliating scrub twice a week and better if you do more. Try to avoid alcohol-based products and use gel-based face wash. Pat dry your skin and tone it with some light and breezy water-based toner.