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LAVERA FACIAL CARE for combination skin

Combination skin results from the overproduction of oil by the sebaceous glands in your T-zone (forehead, nose and chin). Your cheeks, temples and eye area tend to be either normal or dry.

Characteristics of combination skin at a glance:

  • Enlarged pores (primarily in the T-zone)
  • Forehead, nose and chin tend to be oily/shiny and prone to blemishes
  • Cheeks feel tight
  • The sides of the face are dry
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Which facial creams are best for combination skin?

It’s not always easy to find the right skin care products for combination skin. The sides of your face are usually dry whilst your T-zone tends to be oily. So which facial cream is right for you? Finding the right care routine for combination skin can be quite the balancing act. Using heavy products on the oily areas of your skin would be a mistake, as would using an oil-removing cream on the dry parts of your face, as this would lead to flaking. The lavera Mattifying Balancing Cream is precisely tailored to the needs of combination skin. Nourishing organic ingredients provide your skin with long-lasting moisture and keep it shine-free all day long.

Our care tips for combination skin:

Step 1: Cleanse your face with the Refreshing Cleansing Gel. This will effectively remove any impurities and make-up. Use the Purifying Scrub 1–2 times a week for a deep cleanse and noticeably smoother complexion. This gently removes dead skin cells and does not contain microbeads.

Step 2: Treat your skin with the Purifying Facial Toner. It fully binds dirt particles and leftover make-up using micellar technology – no massaging required. It also cleanses your skin, making it an ideal primer for subsequent moisturising.

Step 3: Now apply the Purifying Mask to your primed skin and let it sit for 10–15 minutes. It cleanses your pores and reduces blemishes whilst also nourishing your skin.

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