Moisturiser for Oily Skin: How necessary is it?
Oil, sebum and sweat should not be considered moisture for the skin
People often make a mistake of not moisturising their skin because it is oily or due to the fact they face a lot of sweating. However, this backfires as the function of moisturiser is not to make the dry skin oily but rather to nourish the skin overall and create a layer over the skin to prevent the body from producing excessive sebum.
Here are a few reasons why moisturiser for oily skin is absolutely necessary.
#1 Reduces production of oil by skin
As it is clear by now, moisturiser prevents the skin from producing excessive oil and sebum. So it is important to apply moisturiser even over an oily skin and moreover there are other benefits of moisturiser which make the use of moisturiser even more crucial.
#2 Delays ageing process
Since moisturiser nourish the skin with important nutrients which prevent the free radicals from reacting, it can delay the process of ageing. Moisturiser also helps avoid freckles, blemishes and scaly skin.
#3 Protects from UV and other sun rays
Moisturisers also come with a certain value of SPF which equip it with a number of sunscreen properties. So it prevents the skin from UV rays and the heat due to the sun.
#4 Replenishes the moisture in skin
Vaidrishi Chamomile & Bergamot, Oil – free Moisturizer as the name is, replenishes the water content in skin. When the skin is properly hydrated, it remains glowing and radiant for longer. Hence it is necessary to include moisturiser in the daily skincare routine irrespective of the skin type.