When the weather turns hot and humid in the summer, our skin undergoes various changes. We tend to produce more sweat since that’s how the body keeps itself cool.
On the other hand, your skin can also become dry and dull, so your sebaceous glands go into overdrive to keep your skin well-hydrated.
As a result, oil and sweat production skyrocket during the summer months.
Aside from forcing you to adjust your skincare regimen, the seasonal shifts might make it more difficult to tell the difference between sweating and oiliness.
So, if you are wondering: “Do I have oily skin or is it just the weather?” then keep reading.
In this article, we’ll go through the primary differences between the two.