Skin Care Routine

So if  have combination to oily skin in the Summer but combination to dry skin in the Winter, do I just use the same skin care products (all for combination skin) all year long!? Help please. 

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I have oily/combo skin in the summer and combo in the winter.  I'm not as oily as I used to be, but my skin is still acne-sensitive so I am very careful when it comes to switching skincare/ makeup. 

 

In the winter, I keep the same cleanser, toner, and moisturizer for my morning routine and wear a foundation to protect my skin from the cold wind (summertime I wear BB creams and tinted moisturizers).  At night, I use the same cleanser, toner, moisturizer but I might add Caudalie Divine Oil or Josie Moran Argan Oil.  I may also opt for a heavier moisturizer that won't break me out.

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I have two separate routine mostly cuz I like trying new things and have too much stuff (50+ untouched skincare item waiting). Unless the change in your skin is drastic, you can prob keep everything the same and just switch up the moisturizer (Ex. from Clinique moisture surge gel in the summer to Ole Henriksen Sheer transformation in the winter).

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I have the exact same problem with my skin. I use same/similar skincare products throughout the year. 

I'm not very loyal to one skincare line or brand, but the general idea stays the same. 

I use a good moisturizer that is oil free in the morning because I'm going to wear makeup anyways, and I use either a face oil or night cream that contains good oil at night. because I get oilier if I don't moisturize and break out :smileysad: 

I'm trying out different products that is organic from iherb, but I do love Fresh's Seaberry oil, Tarte purple oil, Ole henriksen's vitamin (green cover) moisturizer, and many others that I buy at whole foods 

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Hey :smileyhappy:

 

I'm exactly like you! I'm combination/oily in the Summer and like knadala, I use the Moisture Surge from Clinique then. 

 

In the Autumn, I use the Clarins HydraQuench Cream-Gel. I also tend to step up my serum to a more hydrating one, such as the Caudalie SOS Thirst Quench Serum!