Combination

You’ll know that you have combination skin if some parts of your face are dry, while other parts are oily. Specifically, you may notice that your T-zone (the central part of your face, including your forehead, nose, and chin) is oilier since your skin’s oil-producing glands are more concentrated there. Meanwhile, your nose and chin may appear dull and rough because of a buildup of dead skin cells. Your cheeks and the skin around your eyes may also be drier than the rest of your face.

Combination

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