Does your skin get dry?

What your skin type is and how to take care of it.

What your skin type needs this winter.

Regardless of skin type, winter is the season when most of us need to adjust our skincare routines. The mix of cold, dehydrating air and the lower temperature takes a toll, and not only on dry skin; these conditions affect combination and oily skin, too!

Skin Types

Dry Skin

A lack of moisture in the skin can result in your skin being dry. Your skin could feel tight, rough, flaky and uneven.

Dry skin can have:

  • Almost invisible pores
  • Dull, rough complexion
  • Red patches
  • Your skin is less elastic
  • More visible lines

Tips For Dry Skin

  1. Moisturize your skin regularly to keep it soft and hydrated.

These Sebamed winter favourites are great for moisturizing your face and body.

Moisturizing Cream – The cream is rich in Vitamin E and helps to protect sensitive skin against free radicals, which cause premature ageing. The nourishing care complex restores the moisture balance of the skin.

Hydrating Body Lotion – The Sebamed ANTI-DRY care system helps to counteract the symptoms of dry skin and restore the skin’s vitality. The active formula with highly concentrated rapeseed Phytosterols helps to soothe sensitive, dry skin and relieves tension and irritation.

Night intensive cream – The care formula with highly concentrated rapeseed Phytosterols helps to soothe sensitive, dry skin and relieves tension and irritation. Nourishing complex with natural Jojoba Oil helps to improve the skin’s elasticity.

  1. Don’t spend too much time in the shower
  2. Drink lots of water
  3. Use a humidifier to retain your skin’s natural moisture
  4. Use sunscreen to prevent your skin from getting dehydrated


Oily Skin

Oily skin is the result of excess sebum production. This skin type is prone to acne breakouts.

Your skin will feel greasy and look shiny.

Oily skin can have:

  • Enlarged pores
  • Dull or shiny, thick complexion
  • Blackheads, pimples, or other blemishes


Tips for Oily Skin

  1. Moisturize Regularly
  2. Stay Hydrated
  3. Wash Your Face Twice A Day


Combination Skin

Combination skin is a mix of oily skin and dry skin. Your skin can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone (nose, forehead, and chin) and cheeks.

Combination skin can have:

  • Pores that look larger than normal, because they’re more open
  • Blackheads
  • Shiny skin


Tips For Combination Skin

  1. Use Cleansers

If you have combination skin, the pores in your T-zone are larger than the rest of your face. Harsh products may clog your pores. Using a gentle cleanser is recommended.

The Sebamed Sensitive cleansing bar, which is 100% soap and alkali free. It also supports and protects the natural barrier function of the skin’s acid mantle with pH 5.5 formulation.

  1. Exfoliate Gently And Once in A While

Exfoliating every day isn’t recommended for any skin type. It can remove necessary oils from your skin. When you exfoliate, don’t scrub your T-zone too much. Scrubbing too hard can damage your skin.

  1. Wear Sunscreen
  2. Maintain Two Separate Skin Care Routines

Products that work for dry skin may be harsh on oily skin. Follow a separate skincare regimen for your T-zone. Don’t use the same products for your T-zone and the rest of your face.

It’s good to know what your skin type is, so that you can care for it properly.

Sebamed cares about you and your skin.

Sebamed’s Winter Essentials combo pack is a great addition to your winter skincare routine.

This pack also includes:

  • Micellar water dry – Regular, thorough facial cleansing with Sebamed Anti-Pollution Micellar Water helps to protect the skin effectively against harm due to detrimental environmental influences, and to prevent premature skin ageing.
  • Derma-soft wash emulsion – Sebamed Research developed the ANTI-DRY medicinal skin care system to counteract the symptomatic characteristics of dry skin to restore the skin’s vitality.

Browse our Anti-Dry and Sensitive Ranges for products that are safe, tested and perfect for you.