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why is my face suddenly so oily

Many people associate oily skin with puberty and hormones causing oiliness and breakouts on youthful skin. However oily skin doesnБt just belong to people in their teens and twenties, in fact it can abruptly appear at any age. Why does that happen? There are several things that can contribute to sudden oily skin and weБre going to investigate what might be the culprit so you donБt have to be plagued by oily skin. YouБve noticed a sudden change in your skin Б shine is continually forming on your skin and you wake up with an oily face. Perhaps your make up just БslipsБ off now when it previously stayed on for several hours. If you use a piece of blotting paper the oil is clearly visible on it. If youБre confused as to why your skin is suddenly having issues, thereБs a myriad of reasons why itБs doing this. WeБve listed seven reasons and provide solutions on how you can get your skin back to its balanced state. 1. Stress
Are you feeling anxious about something? It might be registering on your face. ThatБs because when youБre feeling stress or anxiety your body releases cortisol, a stress hormone, which can also cause your skin to produce more oil in your scalp and skin. Practice meditation or take a relaxing bath to calm your nerves and release that built-up tension. 2. You Are Not Hydrating Enough Water is essential to your skinБs healthy appearance. If you donБt drink enough water your skin can appear dry. Conversely because your skin is not getting enough hydration it may start overproducing sebum and oil to compensate for the lack of moisture. The best solution is to drink plenty of water every day.

If you donБt like plain water, decafinated herbal teas are also a good alternative. 3. YouБre Eating Too Much Sugar If you love sugary treats such as candy, cakes, soda and ice cream you may want to rethink your diet. Sugar increases the production of androgens in your body, which in turn can lead to more oil production. If you canБt live without sugar try to get your sweet fix from naturally sweet treats such as fruit. 4. Your Skin Care Routine Is Too Intense Did you previously have slightly oily skin or shine in your T-zone and then you brought out the big guns? Many times minimally oily skin is made worse by a too-harsh skin care routine. Are you washing your skin more than twice a day, using products with alcohol or scrubbing with grainy particles like sand or crystals? If you answered yes, then you might be stripping your skin of its natural oils and interfering with its barrier function. The result may be oilier skin. Try to use a cleanser formulated for your skin type rather than washing incessantly. We suggest a charcoal infused cleanser like. Your skin will feel incredibly clean and the formula infused with charcoal will pull out any impurities without stripping your skin. Your skin will glow but not because itБs oily but just beautiful. 5. Your Oily Skin Is Hereditary This is probably the most infuriating reason but your oily skin might be predetermined by your genes. While you canБt change genetics you should follow our previous life style and skin care tips to minimize oil and sebum production. While oily skin can be a challenge particularly if it suddenly arises, awareness of how to care for your skin and your body overall should help in the fight against grease.

Do you have oily, acne prone skin and wish it would just go away? I have a combination skin type with the lower half of my acne prone face leaning much more towards the dry side, and my forehead leaning toward oily however, I ve luckily never had to deal with a complete oil slick up there. But, sadly, I know some of you are battling some serious grease, and you want to know what to do about it. So what s the secrets? 1) STOP WASHING IT SO MUCH! I know this seems counter intuitive to everything you ve ever been told about oil and acne prone skin, but washing too much and with harsh, drying products is probably making the situation much worse. Why? Because sebum (your skin s oil) is not inherently a bad thing. It s there to lubricate your skin and protect it. When you constantly strip it of its oils, it learns that it must over produce it and it ends up producing so much that you kind of look like you smeared bacon grease on your face. Fun! So as crazy as it sounds, you really need to cut down on the washing and switch to super gentle, natural products. Absolutely do not wash your face more than twice a day. Personally, I d recommend В washing only once a day, or you can even if you re brave. For natural, non chemical, non drying products to use, I recommend or just plain raw honey, or any of these. At first, your skin will definitely be really oily and you may be crying to wash it, but DON T DO IT! Soon your skin will learn that you won t be stripping it bare assed naked against its will all the time, and will begin to naturally stop producing so much oil.

PS This trick also works for. Hot water is super drying, and also irritating to acne prone skin. Using it will encourage over production of oil. So only wash your face with tepid water, and try to turn the heat down a notch in the shower if you can. If you have already cut back on all the washing and products and hot water, but still find yourself a bit oily, then you will have to dig further to resolve the problem. This is because oil production is triggered internally by hormonal reactions that are influenced by your diet and lifestyle. Improving your diet means cutting back on processed foods, eating more fruits and vegetables, and a few other tweaks depending on your situation. You may also want to try cutting dairy out of your diet for a while, as for many people, the hormones in milk products can have a big influence on acne and oil production. Other lifestyle factors to improve include getting more exercise, lowering your stress levels, getting more sunshine, and sleeping better. If you want more help with all this stuff (because it sounds oh-so-simple in a little paragraph like this, but obviously takes much more to really put into action), check out my ebook. 4) If You Use Moisturizer, Cut Back or Stop If your skin is already full of moisture, why bother putting more on there? 5) Instead of Conventional Moisturizer, Try Using Oil Instead Yes, yes, I know. Much like the tip about stop washing so much, it may seem completely counter intuitive to want to put MORE oil on your already oily skin.

But despite what it sounds like, it s not like dumping gasoline on a campfire. Trick your skin into thinking that it s already produced enough oil, therefore, getting it to stop overproducing it, and It can mix with the hardened sebum in your pores and dissolve it, allowing plugs (whiteheads and blackheads) to disappear for good. Think about it oil and water don t mix, so how do you expect it to get into your pores and unclog them? Oil can do that. Like dissolves like. My personal recommendation for an oil to use is. It s especially suited for oily skin, and has a great track record for helping with acne. However, there are tons of other oils you can use, and so I suggest you read for more ideas. This quirky little trick is inexpensive and easy to use, and you can find milk of magnesium at any run-of-the-mill pharmacy or drug store. Just shake the bottle, apply a layer to clean, wet skin, and rinse it off 5 to 10 minutes later. Apparently it works like a dream for oily skin without making it a flakey, gross mess on top of the oil. This is all according to, anyway, which is where I got the idea (and also where I stole the picture at the top! Thanks! ) I made a video of all this for the youtube crowd, so if you prefer to watch rather than read, you can do that below. Note that it s pretty much the exact same info as above, so don t bother if you ve already read it! Okay, I hope you enjoyed this article р Don t forget to share it around the interwebs if you did. Do you have oily skin? If so, have you found a magic formula for keeping the oil away? В

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