Oily skin is thicker, dull, covered with blackheads and a bit sticky to the touch due to excess sebum. Nevertheless, it still has many advantages, including resistance to wind and frost, as well as good water and soap tolerance, and late wrinkle formation. Unfortunately, oily skin is complicated in care, because the shiny nose and glowing forehead and cheeks are not only an aesthetic problem, but also increase the risk of bacterial pimples, acne, and fungal infections. What cosmetics should be used for oily skin and how to take care of it properly? What mistakes do we make most often in the care of oily skin? Let’s find out!