The majority of people have what is known as combination skin which simply means that two or more different skin types occur on your face at the same time.
The forehead, nose, and chin – often referred to as the T-zone – are where the sebaceous glands are concentrated. The skin there is oilier, while areas such as the cheeks and neck tend to be drier. This difference can cause a visibly uneven complexion and texture. Oily areas of the skin can also disrupt the skin’s natural shedding process, which can lead to an accumulation of dead skin cells. Dead skin cells can clog and block the pores, leading to acne and blemishes. Combination skin can often be tricky to treat.