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Simple Skin Care Tips for Oily and Combination Skin

by Susan Parker July 18, 2016

Simple Skin Care Tips for Oily and Combination Skin

Evening Skin Care Routine in Three Steps 

  1. Cleanse with a gentle cleanser to balance and maintain good skin tone.
  2. Tone to rebalance pH and smooth pores. 
  3. Moisturize with a light, nourishing moisturizer. 

Consistency is important for good skin care so it's better to keep it simple and consistent than time consuming but sporadic. If you like to do a little more, you can add these extra nourishing steps. 

Extra And Optional 

  1. Apply a facial oil or serum to your skin before applying moisturizer. 

Morning Skin Care Routine For Normal Skin 

Keep it simple in the morning. If you've cleansed the night before theres no need to cleanse again in the morning. 

  1. Splash your skin with water to refresh your complexion.
  2. Mist lightly with a toner 
  3. Apply a little moisturizer and allow it to absorb into your skin. 

Weekly and Optional 

  1. A weekly mask helps perk up the skin. 
  2. Exfoliate once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells. 


Solum & Herbe Products for Normal to Slightly Oily Skin Types

Simple Three Step Skin Care 

  1. Herbal Cream Cleanser or Micellar Cleansing Water
  2.  Rose Splash or Queen of Hungary's Water Toners 
  3. Olyvia Face Cream 

Facial Oil 




Mix it Up  - Products with Multiple Uses 

Many of our products can serve multiple uses so you can mix it up and find the combination that works best for you. 

The Equatorial Mask With Fruit Enzymes doubles as an exfoliating scrub and a cleanser. 

As a Mask: Apply a thick layer to dry skin and allow it to sit for 5 to 20 minutes. This is a good time to relax in the bath. If you're short on time, put it on five minutes before showering then rinse off. 

As an Exfoliating Scrub: The combination of fruit enzymes and gentle natural exfoliating properties of the clay make this a great exfoliating scrub. Apply to dry skin massage gently then rinse. 

As a Daily Cleanser: You can use this cleansing mask in place of your regular cleanser. Splash water on your face then work it into damp skin. Rinse. 


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