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How To Fix Oily Skin So Your Face Doesn’t Shine In Photos

We live in an increasingly visual society, and staying ready for an off-the-cusp photo-op hasn’t been such a necessity today. 

You snap a photo with some friends while sporting the perfect outfit and smiling your brightest. Seeing the picture afterward, you wince at it because your skin is so shiny that the flash ricocheted off your face.

Nobody wants to be known as the one with the oily or shiny face in a photo.

If this ever happened to you, this article will share a few tips on how to eliminate your oily or shiny-looking face and be more photogenetic in photos or videos.

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Cleanse Your Face Properly

The easiest way to keep oil away is to use the ideal cleanser for greasy skin. There’s a misconception that you have to use an aggressive product to remove excess oil from your skin. 

However, the truth is that applying something too strong could lead to an increase in oil production. Consider using a mild foamy cleanser with benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid since these will better cleanse your pores and keep them clear of grime.

In addition, avoid scrubbing your skin since this might strip it of its natural oils (sebum) and inadvertently cause a spike in oil production. Use clean hands to apply the cleanser, firmly massage in, and gently rinse off. Pat your face dry with a fresh towel. Replace your towel after every couple of uses to avoid re-transferring dead skin cells to your face.

Try Using A Toner

Using skin toners is a good idea if you’re often flashed out in pictures. 

Witch hazel is a common ingredient in toners since it helps to minimize oil production without drying out your face. 

Try to avoid using drying alcohol-based toners, vinegar, or rubbing alcohol. These products will eliminate surface oil, but they will also dry up your skin’s top layer, which could result in the resurgence of oil production.

Use A High-Quality Aftershave

Make the most of your shaving regimen. To avoid contributing to your greasy face, you’ll want to avoid applying an aftershave that is too oily for your skin. Confirm the ingredients to ensure that you don’t end up with an extra layer of oil on your face.

Bring Some Face Wipes With You

When oil accumulates on your face during the day, you may be unable to wash it. A convenient way to keep your face clean and toned throughout the day is by using face wipes that remove excess dirt and oil while also refreshing and revitalizing it.

Keep Blotting Sheets On Hand

Using blotting sheets is an option. A pack of blotting sheets on hand to dab your face before capturing a snapshot will help eliminate the shine. These types of sheets are made of an absorbent material that’ll soak up any extra grease on your skin.

Refrain From Touching Your Face

Touching your face, particularly when anxious or absorbed in deep thought, can be tempting. However, it’s best to avoid touching your face if your complexion is already greasy, as this could lead to further oil buildup with the transfer of germs and bacteria. 

Also, you can clog your pores more by repeatedly touching your face, which can cause acne. So, try not to touch your face as much as you can.

Do A Weekly Mud Mask

Masks are the quickest way to remove a great deal of surplus oil and face debris. If you’re looking to prevent acne and reduce shine, any mask that contains clay or mud will help.

However, limit doing a mask to only once a week. Doing it any more could lead to dry skin-which you don’t want either.

Exfoliate Weekly

Men, like everyone else, should exfoliate at least once or twice weekly.

Use an exfoliant to clean your face thoroughly and eliminate any buildup of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin. However, don’t go overboard. Limit it to no more than twice a week, and definitely don’t do it daily as it may have the opposite effect and cause your skin to produce more oil.

Eat A Skin-Healthy Diet

What you bring into your system significantly impacts how your body functions on the outside. Acne and excessive oil production can be affected by what you eat.

A diet rich in vegetables, salmon, olive oil, and avocados, as well as low in refined sugars and harmful fats, is ideal for maintaining a healthy complexion. Foods high in dairy, including cheese, among other foods, may also cause breakouts on your skin.

Use A Mattifying Moisturizer

Even if you have an oilier or shinier skin type, it’s still important to moisturize your skin. It may seem counterintuitive, but it’s a fact.

The key is to use the right moisturizers. The more dense, thick, and oily, the moisturizer it will show on your face. On the other hand, if you use a lightweight moisturizer that absorbs quickly, your pores will have more room to breathe.

That’s where a mattifying moisturizer is ideal, especially if you want to decrease the shine in photos.

Mattifying moisturizers don’t leave your face greasy, giving a matte appearance, similar to what you get after drying off in the shower with a towel. It also regulates the appearance of natural oil on your face, so you stay looking fresh and clean throughout the day longer.

Here at d*shine, our signature mattifying moisturizer for men is designed precisely for that.

Simply apply it to your face before you leave the house or whenever you need it. Staying ready for a photo op couldn’t be easier with d*shine’s products – that’s what we’ve formulated our products for. Check out our mattifying moisturizer here.

The Bottomline

With these tried and tested skincare tips, you can reduce the excess oil and shine on your face – even if you’re naturally predisposed to having a greasy complexion. 

We hope this article has helped you decrease your face’s shine and help you look more photogenic.

At d*shine, we’ve created our trademark mattifying product designed to keep you looking clean, confident, and photogenic on any occasion.

Our signature mattifying moisturizer with oil control keeps your skin looking clean and fresh while keeping your skin shine to a minimum.

Try it out by ordering online today. Or, feel free to browse our website and blog to learn more about d*shine and our mattifying skincare products.

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