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We've Got Your Combination Skin Needs Covered

Are parts of your face super greasy, while other patches feel dry, tight, and cracked after washing? Find the right product regimen with these combination skin care tips straight from our pros. 

Tips for Combination Skin



Spot Treat Oily & Dry Patches

Treat the oily and dry parts of your face, respectively, with products that specifically address clogged pores, acne-related blemishes, and flaky roughness.

Go Over Oily Zones with a Cleansing Brush

Twice a week, after washing, use a facial cleansing brush to slough away the dead skin build-up at your oiliest patches. 


Treat Yourself to a Steam Facial

Ideal for a once-a-week pamper session, this water-based treatment is a great way to supplement your complexion balancing routine while making skin more receptive to hydrating treatments.

Create Your Combination Skin Routine

Cleansers and Makeup Removers 


For skin that's part oily, part dry, you need a solution that lifts grease, dirt, and makeup without stripping your face of essential moisture. The micelles in Micellar Cleansing Water act like a magnet so no rinsing or harsh rubbing is necessary to cleanse even the most hard to remove makeup.

Day Moisturizers

Protect your skin from the environmental stressors you face every day with a lightweight daily moisturizer that features SPF and accounts for extreme weather when necessary. To control aggressively oily patches, apply a water-based or oil-free formula. To handle intense dehydration, target dry areas with oil-based moisture.

Night Moisturizers

Skin tends to lose moisture when we sleep, due to a slight drop in our body's temperature. Compensate for this loss with an overnight cream that delivers intense hydration.

Eye Treatments

The delicate area around the eyes is most sensitive to overnight dry-out, so be sure to add a hydrating eye treatment to your night moisturizing routine.