Cleansing, Toning & Moisturizing Oily Skin

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Cleansing, toning and moisturizing oily skin is a great way to make sure you have the healthiest skin possible. Learn about cleansing, toning and moisturizing oily skin with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. My name is Joi, Makeup Artist in New York, and I want to talk to you about cleansing, toning and moisturizing oily skin. So, a couple of things that I have with me today are a cleansing pad here, a foundation brush and I have a bit of an oil-free moisturizer. So, a few things that you want to keep in mind when it comes to oily skin are you want to try and keep everything that you're using oil-free. Your skin is already oily, you don't need to add to it. So, a couple of things that you want to look for in your cleansers are citrus ingredients, you want to look for, for example my cleanser that I use has something in it called rice protein and what that actually does is when I cleanse my face, it actually pulls out the oils and it kind of keeps them away for up to, I believe it's three to four hours. So, there are certain cleansers that you can use, that have ingredients that will keep you matte for a little bit longer than if you're just using a normal formula. The second thing when it comes to toning is you want to use one of these pads and a good thing that you can use for toning oily skin is actually a toner that includes witch hazel. It's a really good ingredient for pulling out the oils and cooling the skin. What you want to be sure of when you're using this, these pads is that when you're cleansing the face, you look at the pad and it'll actually show you when your skin is clean. So, when you look at the pad, there's no more makeup, there's no more dirt and oils, then you can move onto your moisturizing step. And that's the step that I'm actually going to show you guys right now. So, I've got an oil-free moisturizer and because the skin is oily, we want to make sure that we don't put too much of the moisturizer on. So, that's where the brush comes in. The brush has fibers that are going to kind of hold onto the moisturizer and make sure that not too much is deposited onto the skin. So, we'll just dab it on just like we would if we're applying a foundation, just very light strokes all over the face. And as you can see, it's going on very lightly, just gently coating the skin, 'cause with oily skin you do still need moisture, you just don't need quite as much and you definitely don't need anything that has oils in it. So, doing that all over the face and going down up under the chin slightly onto the neck. And there you go, you've got a nice, fresh skin that should stay oil-free for the rest of your day. So, thank you all for watching, and I hope this is helpful to you. My name is Joi. Bye.


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