If you’re looking to find out if you have combination skin, trace the capital letter T on your face. That's your t-zone, your key to figuring out whether or not you have combination skin.
Water, perhaps the most important ingredient in our routines, keeps our skin happy for many reasons, and we need an ample source within our skin’s barrier for the ingredients in our skincare routines to function efficiently. For best results, hyaluronic acid should be incorporated into any skincare regimen that also includes other humectants and moisturizers to protect against transepidermal water loss.
Being a barista on and off for three years taught me to steam oat milk and pour pretty decent latte art, but the best thing it ever did for my skin was teach me to love green tea. Used for centuries in Eastern medicine, green tea contains antioxidants that are said to protect against some chronic diseases and has more nourishing benefits for your skin than you might think.