combination.jpg Combination skin is apparent when areas of the face are different kinds of skin types. Usually the T-Zone area (forehead, nose and chin) appear oily and can produce dilated pores or blackheads. Whereas the rest of your face can be quite dry, flaky or irratated. Combination skin may also be where wrinkles and breakouts or rosacea and dry skin are present at the same time.

The best way to treat combination skin is to treat the different skin types with the appropriate skincare. Using acids such as the Salicylic or Glycolic from the Moor range will help balance overactive sebaceous glands, and the lovely rich moisturizers from either of the ranges will help with any dry areas.