I’ve had oily and acne-prone skin ever since I hit puberty, but now that I’m in my mid-30s my skin seems to be getting drier by the day. What is going on?
Many women are surprised to find that as they age their skin completely changes skin types from oily to normal, or from normal to dry. As we age, we lose some of the fat padding and connective tissues that are designed to support skin from sagging. Skin becomes more dry and less elastic. Try switching to a product line meant for those with combination skin types rather than oily skin, and start using a hydrating acne spot treatment for those occasional breakouts. Some great products to try include Murad Moisturizing Acne Treatment Gel. Remember, most products are not one-size-fits-all, so tailoring your skincare routine to your specific needs is essential to creating and maintaining healthy skin. Before you stock up on products that may not work for your skin, learn what to look for and what to avoid for your skin type. SEASONAL SKINCARE “The fruition of beauty is no chance of hit or miss… it is inevitable as life.” – Walt Whitman Skincare isn’t a static routine—when the weather chan