Treatment for Oily Skin with Dry Areas
An increasing number of people have oily skin with open pores on some areas of their face. At the same time their face might also exhibit dry patches that appear red or flaky. These parts of the skin are typically manifest along the skin folds: nasolabial fold, eyebrows, the hair line and around the nose and mouth.
Such symptoms suggest the skin isn’t truly dry; instead, the skin fat is imbalanced and acidic. This imbalance irritates, leading to a burning sensation in specific zones. As a response, the skin then initiates its repair and renewal process, leading to the emergence of redness and flaky skin. Even if the skin feels taut and dry, there’s actually abundant sebum present. The optimal treatment for oily skin with dry areas aligns with the treatment for seborrheic dermatitis.