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Skin Care Routine for Combination Skin

Skin Care Routine for Combination Skin

What is combination skin?

Combination skin usually refers to an oily T zone (forehead, nose, chin) and dry skin around the cheeks and eye area. Skin is prone to larger pores and blackheads, spots and blemishes around the T-zone, and small pores elsewhere.

Step 1: Cleanse

Why? Remove dirt and oil your skin naturally collects.
When? Twice a day, morning and night.
What? Jack Black Pure Clean Facial Cleanser

Use a cleanser that's better suited to oily skin. If your skin is feeling too dry or tight after cleansing, then you might need to experiment with a different brand.

Step 2: Tone

Why? Remove dirt and oil missed when cleansing, and prime the skin for moisturiser.
When? Twice a day, morning and night, after washing your face.
What? Baxter of California Herbal Mint Toner

Toner can help to remove excess oils and prime skin, allowing moisturisers and serums to apply more evenly and penetrate deeper into your skin.

Step 3: Treat

Why? If you want to target a specific issue, such as fine lines and wrinkles, or need an extra boost of moisture, then look at adding a serum to your routine.
When? 1-2 times a day, after toning.
What? Jack Black Protein Booster Skin Serum

Like the vitamin-packed shot you add to your juice, serums are highly concentrated, fast acting and effective.

Step 4: Moisturise

Why? Restore and trap moisture in the skin.  
When? Twice a day, morning and night, after toning and/or applying serum.
What? Jack Black Clean Break Oil Free Moisturiser

Try to keep life simple and avoid having to use two different moisturisers on the different areas of your face. Choose an oil-free moisturiser to help control oils in the T-Zone. If your moisturiser doesn't contain any SPF, always apply a sunscreen afterwards.

Step 5: Exfoliate

Why? Remove dead skin cells, revitalise complexion and prep the skin for shaving.
When? 2-3 times a week, after cleaning and before shaving.
What? Jack Black Face Buff Energising Scrub

Dead skin cells will cause oil to build-up under the surface, which is what can cause pimples. Regular exfoliation will keep everything clean and new. Avoid large, hard particles that could irritate dry skin patches.

Extras: Face Mask

Why? Remove dead skin cells, revitalise complexion and clear impurities.
When? 1-2 times a week, after cleansing.
What? Baxter of California Clarifying Clay Mask

A clay mask will get into your pores to clear out oils and impurities that a cleanser can't reach. Focus application on the oily areas.