Our skin produces its own natural oils to help keep it moisturised and supple. However, when too much oil is produced, it can lead to oily, greasy skin.

If left untreated, oily skin can clog up the pores, causing them to become enlarged. This can also lead to an accumulation of dead skin cells, alongside pimples and blackheads. If you do have oily skin, there are a number of treatments and products that can improve the texture of the skin.

What are the signs of oily skin?

If you have oily skin, it will have a consistent greasy or shiny appearance. You will find that any make-up you apply, quickly slides off. Blackheads and spots will also appear around the greasy areas. You will visibly be able to see the enlarged pores, particularly around the forehead, chin, and nose.

What causes skin to be greasy?

There could be several factors causing your greasy skin. Most commonly, it occurs due to excess sebum development. When the sebaceous glands produce too much oil, it can clog up the pores and cause an overall greasy appearance.

It can also be caused by the skincare products you use. If you use an oily moisturiser for example, it could cause the skin to become too greasy.

While oily skin cannot always be prevented, it can be successfully managed with effective treatments.

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