Results: Large pores, shiny areas, possible breakouts; can be dehydrated; diminishes with age.
The solution? Cleansers that are foamy or gel based; Proper exfoliation with enzymes, acids, non-shell/seed scrubs. Masks should be clay or mud based. Serums & Moisterizers should be water based.
Ingredients to look for: Salicylic Acid, Kaolin Clay, NDGA, Probiotics, Anti-Microbial Peptides, Essential Oils of Tea Tree, Citrus,Cornmint.
Clinical Treatments : should absorb excess oil, detoxify and revitalize. Consult your Esthetician to select the products/professional treatments best suited for you. If you have any questions or don’t have an Esthetician, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help you.
Sherilyn Rhymes, L.E. has been practicing her passion in the skin care and make-up industry for over 12 years. She continues to learn and explore new areas of skin care and dermatological studies on an on-going basis through the world renowned International Dermal Institute in Carson, California. Sherilyn’s goal is to “save the world one skin cell at a time”. Leave a comment for her if you have questions – she will respond!