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The Best SkinCare Ingredient For Oily/Acne prone Skin

    Maintaining oily skin is a real trouble, with shinny forehead, sticky greasy face and breakouts are our best friend. But do you know you can easily manage oily skin by using the correct skincare ingredient?

     
      Today's article will discuss the top best skincare ingredients that work on oily/acne-prone skin. Oil production on the skin can be regulated & balanced with these skincare ingredients.

Skincare Ingredients:

                                 👉 Salicylic Acid
                                 👉 Glycolic Acid
                                 👉 Hyaluronic Acid
                                 👉Niacinamide
                                 👉Retinol
                                 👉Grapeseed oil
                  
                 

Salicyclic Acid:

                      Salicylic acid is an organic compound from plant hormones. It is a beta-hydroxy acid(BHA).
                      It is an anti-inflammatory ingredient.
                      Salicylic acid helps to control acne and gently exfoliate skin and keeps pores clean.
                      Salicylic acid penetrates deep into the skin and dissolves the dead skin cells clogging the pores.
                      It should be used in correction amount with required intervals on the skin, or else it might lead to skin dryness.

Glycolic Acid:

                 Glycolic acid is a type of Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA).
                 Glycolic acid has the lowest weighted molecule, which means it can easily penetrate the skin and be super effective.
                 Glycolic acid helps to loosen the skin and remove the tough, rough layers of dead skin cells. Yes, it is also a kind of exfoliant.
                It works on the dermis layer of the skin and helps to firm & minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
               Glycolic acid works well for normal, oily & combination skin but it might cause irritation for dry & sensitive skin.

Hyaluronic Acid:
 

       Hyaluronic acid mainly helps in keeping skin moist and lubricant. It can draw moisture from the air and keeps skin moist and can hold up to 1000 times of its own weight in water.
         It holds cell moisture and makes skin more plump & hydrated.
         Since there won't be any lack of moisture in the skin when using hyaluronic acid, it keeps wrinkles, fine lines, and aging at bay.
         Hyaluronic acid gets quickly absorbed into the skin.
         It's 100% safe for all skin types.

Niacinamide:

         Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3, an essential water-soluble vitamin.
         It helps to increase moisture, fight against acne, reduce hyperpigmentation, reduce fine lines and tighten the skin.
         Reduce inflammation, improves uneven skin tone, and minimize pore appearance.
         Niacinamide can be used twice a day after cleansing and is best paired with hyaluronic acid.
        It's probably safe on most skin types.

Retinol:

            Retinol is a form of vitamin A and it's used for anti-aging purposes. It helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots.
          Retinol also has the ability to combat acne and reduce pigmentation. Although it's totally safe on the skin, there are side effects too.
         It helps to keep pores clean and reduce breakouts.
         Overuse of retinol can lead to dryness and irritation.
          I would suggest sensitive skin to stay away from this product.
         It should be used only evening after cleansing the face and follow up with niacinamide or hyaluronic and moisturizer.

Grapeseed Oil:

        Grapeseed oil contains a high level of vitamin E and known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and anti-oxidant properties.
        Grapeseed oil attack bacteria on the skin and keeps acne at bay, thus making skin clearer.
         Proanthocyanidin a powerful antioxidant in grapeseed oil even out skin tone, when used consistently.
         It also protects skin from sun damage.
         It can be used by any skin type, but it's always good to do a patch test.
         Best to use at bedtime, as the oil going to soak into your skin the whole night.

 These ingredients do wonders to the skin when used correctly in the required proportion.
I always suggest doing a patch test before using any of the above ingredients.

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