Combination skin is the most common skin type but finding products to normalise it is a balancing act. Combination skin is characterised by two different skin types on one skin and the commonest is an oily T Zone with dry skin on the outer edges of the face. Find out how to tip the scales in favour of beautiful skin with our dedicated combination skin blog page.

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Combination Skin, Quick Reference Guide, Skin Care Tips and Trends, Skin Types

Quick Reference Guide For Combination Skin

Need A Helpful Combination Skin Guideline? Check Out Our Helpful & Quick Reference Guide for Combination Skin Sufferers This is SkinMiles’ and Dr Alek Nikolic’s quick guide for anyone who suffers from Combination skin. Get educated...

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Acne Skin Care, Combination Skin, Dry Skin, Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Ingredient Focus, Normal Skin, Oily Skin, Pigmentation, Pimples, Retinol, Skin Care Ingredients, Skin Concern, Skin Types, Textured & Rough Skin

The Pros and Cons of Retinol

Why Is Retinol So Important For Our Skins? The Pros and Cons of Retinol: In this article find out the truth: is retinol a super ingredient or not and read about retinol's pros and cons. By Dr...

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Combination Skin, Skin Care Tips and Trends, Skin Regimes, Skin Types

Treating Combination Skin: Choosing The Right Ingredients

Get The Best Advice For Combination Skin  Combination skin occurs when two or more different skin types occur on your face at the same time and this is most probably the most common skin type...

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