Oily, combination, dry? Top tips to ease every skin type into summer

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To soothe dry skin as cool weather makes way for warm, opt for ultra-hydrating products and follow up with a facial oil. (Picture: Gallo Images/Getty Images
To soothe dry skin as cool weather makes way for warm, opt for ultra-hydrating products and follow up with a facial oil. (Picture: Gallo Images/Getty Images

THAT awkward and rather frustrating phase when your skin just seems to be doing its own thing – yup, it must be the changing weather. Different skin types have different ways of transitioning into a new season as they respond to alterations in temperature and humidity. Here we guide you through the do’s and don’ts for the three main skin types.

Dry skin can be sensitive and prone to redness. To calm and soothe it, you need to use rich, ultra-hydrating products to maintain moisture levels. During a change of season, skin may peel, feel uneven and be more intolerant. To alleviate these issues, try this:

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