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People with combination skin have the advantage of having a face which is partially protected from the effects of time thanks to the excess of sebum produced on the chin, the nose and the forehead. Sebum, mainly composed of lipids, is involved in maintaining the good hydration of the skin. As a result, the signs of ageing like wrinkles appear less quickly. However, it is not the case with the temples, the cheeks and the dry areas, which must receive special attention.
The effect of time upon combination skin
As time passes, combination skin has the tendency to dehydrate, like dry skin. It is also prone to a loss of suppleness and tone and the appearance of wrinkles in the dry zones. The complexion grows progressively duller and skin irregularities, such as brown spots can appear. The best weapon to combat this evolution? Prevention, thanks to hydration: so, take up the habit of drinking a lot of water and nourishing your skin with special products and you will have every chance of genuinely slowing down the effects of time on your skin.