Treat Combination Skin In An Instant

Treat Combination Skin In An Instant

It’s true that combination skin (oily forehead, nose and chin; outer areas are drier and flaky at times) is a little tricky to treat, but it’s doable if you understand what the overall goal is – to keep the oil and water balance levels in both skin types that live on your face in check, in other words, your T-Zone shouldn’t be overly-lubricated and your dry skin should feel hydrated, not tight.

Check out HKI’s product choices to treat combination skin

You might like Pangea Organics Facial Cleanser ($27.95, because it’s a hydrating milky gel with herbal extracts that washes away dirt and makeup and leaves your skin feeling balanced. The ingredient arnica reduces inflammation while nutrient-rich blood orange cleanses and removes oil. Environmental note: this cleanser is packaged in a plantable carton imbedded with organic seeds.

Regular deep cleansings and exfoliation help keep combination skin free and clear of blemishes, so try products like GloProfessional’s Pumpkin Enzyme Scrub ($30, to gently remove dead skin as it stimulates cell regrowth, conditions & hydrates dry skin. This product is good for all except for sensitive skin types.

Treat your T-Zone with a uniquely-shaped Formula 1006 In the T-Zone Mask ($5.99, These zinc & marshmallow infused cloth masks promote healing and soothing, so put that tissue away and try a targeted treatment cloth like this to help keep your skin look matte and oil-free all day.

GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCEMENT. 4 Winners have been chosen (and contacted) for the Ultimate Beauty Junkie’s Giveaway! Upon verification names will be released.


Thanks to all of you for your entries, but one of the sponsors of my giveaway was Gloprofessional and they’ve offered a 1 day only exclusive for HueKnewIt followers – free shipping
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