Combat Combination Skin with Guinot Pure Balance Cream

Guinot-Pure-Balance-Cream-from-abloomnova.net_-1600x1059 Combat Combination Skin with Guinot Pure Balance Cream

Oily t-zone and dry cheeks? Yep, you’ve got combination skin. Welcome to the fed up and overcrowded club who are all in search of the ultimate elixir.

We used to be members until we discovered Guinot Pure Balance Cream. Our skin will probably always be a bit combination, but using this cream balances things out and makes our complexion even, and allows the application of makeup to be much more straightforward.

Guinot Pure Balance Cream normalises your skin by bringing back the skin’s natural balance. This cream mattifies and purifies your skin, but also helps re-balance excess sebum and reduces breakouts.

For a cream with a complicated cream, it’s very simple to use. After cleansing, apply morning and/or evening all over your face and neck, avoiding the eye area. Can be used all year round.

This cream has active ingredients which include The Sebum-Regulating Complex which treats shine and dilated pores, the consequences of excess sebum. Guinot’s laboratory created and tested the Sebum-Regulating Complex, a complex of active ingredients selected for their intensive anti-seborrheic activity and their perfect tolerance. Combined with purifying agents, this extraordinary active ingredient has demonstrated its effectiveness on all types of oily skin.

And don’t take our word for it. One of our customers left a lovely review of this product.

“I have a combination skin, and I use this cream on oily parts – it reduces the sebum production and skins surface becomes silky smooth, non-oily to the touch. Together with proper cleansing, prevents acne for me. Highly recommend.

If you’re battling combination skin, just remember one thing. Don’t treat your skin with harsh products that strip the skin of its oils. You may think it’s a good idea to dry the oily parts of your skin, but your body takes it as an attack, and so just produces more oil. In the end, you’ll have more excess oil than you started out with. Which kind of defeats the purpose somewhat?!

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