7 Best Sunscreens for Oily Skin According to Our Dermatologists

With oily skin though, you may need to take other measures to keep your skin looking its best — all without added grease and shine. You can help treat oily skin by:

When you have oily skin, it may be tempting to skip out on sunscreen out of fear of making your skin even oilier. However, not only can UV rays lead to skin damage and skin cancer, but sunburns[20] can dry out surface oils, which can make your sebaceous glands even more active.

The key is to select a sunscreen that will protect your skin without making it oilier. You can start with the ones on our list until you find the product that works best for you.

When in doubt, check out the product label and look for terms such as “sheer,” “water-based,” and “oil-free.”

References

  1. ^ oily skin (www.healthline.com)
  2. ^ sebum (www.healthline.com)
  3. ^ every skin type needs sunscreen (www.healthline.com)
  4. ^ pores (www.healthline.com)
  5. ^ dark spots (www.healthline.com)
  6. ^ hypoallergenic (post.healthline.com)
  7. ^ SPF (www.healthline.com)
  8. ^ zinc (www.healthline.com)
  9. ^ rosacea (www.healthline.com)
  10. ^ niacinamide (www.healthline.com)
  11. ^ free radicals (www.healthline.com)
  12. ^ aloe (www.healthline.com)
  13. ^ the minimum protection recommended (www.aad.org)
  14. ^ retinoids (www.healthline.com)
  15. ^ hyaluronic acid (www.healthline.com)
  16. ^ ceramides (www.healthline.com)
  17. ^ combination skin types (www.healthline.com)
  18. ^ vitamin E (www.healthline.com)
  19. ^ FDA minimum recommendation (www.fda.gov)
  20. ^ sunburns (www.healthline.com)

Source URL: Read More
The public content above was dynamically discovered – by graded relevancy to this site’s keyword domain name. Such discovery was by systematic attempts to filter for “Creative Commons“ re-use licensing and/or by Press Release distributions. “Source URL” states the content’s owner and/or publisher. When possible, this site references the content above to generate its value-add, the dynamic sentimental analysis below, which allows us to research global sentiments across a multitude of topics related to this site’s specific keyword domain name. Additionally, when possible, this site references the content above to provide on-demand (multilingual) translations and/or to power its “Read Article to Me” feature, which reads the content aloud to visitors. Where applicable, this site also auto-generates a “References” section, which appends the content above by listing all mentioned links. Views expressed in the content above are solely those of the author(s). We do not endorse, offer to sell, promote, recommend, or, otherwise, make any statement about the content above. We reference the content above for your “reading” entertainment purposes only. Review “DMCA & Terms”, at the bottom of this site, for terms of your access and use as well as for applicable DMCA take-down request.

1 2 3 4 5

Share