If you are tired of never-ending zits and sick of your greasy skin, we hear you. Oily skin is caused by excessive production of sebum. This detestable oiliness can be due to genetics, or due to hormones. Here’s what you can do to get clear skin.
- DEEP CLEANSING FACIALS THAT UNCLOG PORES
A must, if you are breaking out a lot. Don’t be surprised, it doesn’t take a lot to clog your pores. Fact is, we are surrounded by comedogenic products, such as makeup, and even some sunscreens! Try the Deep Deep Clean facial once a month, a thorough deep cleansing facial which uses both mechnical and chemical exfoliation which ensures your pores stay gunk-fee. Alternatively, glamour peel is a chemical peel procedure tailored to your skin condition and many love it for the post-peel glow.
- OIL-FREE MOISTURE
If you thought oily skin doesn’t need hydration, that’s where you are wrong. It sounds contradicatory to apply moisturizer to oily skin, but doing so will actually help reduce sebum production. What you should opt for is an oil-free and non-comedogenic moisturizer, such as Blue Orchid, which also contains probiotics to help fight bacteria that causes acne.
- SHRINK THE OIL GLANDS WITH BOTOX
Botox is an amazing thing. Injected into muscles, it causes muscular relaxation which results in softening of wrinkles. Injected into skin, also known as Microrefine Botox, however, it has been shown to reduce oil production.
- ANTI-SHINE AND ANTI-ACNE LASERS
For even more effective control, try a pulsed-dye laser such as VBeam which targets inflammatory acne and also radically dials down activity of the oil glands. The Purity Program is designed to clear acne and reduce oil production using a combination of VBeam, clarifying facials and LED light treatment.