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I promise you, those breakouts you're dealing with are not your forever, though dealing with acne can feel endless. It's a complicated problem to have, and it can be difficult to discover the culprit—hormones, genetics, and diet, among other factors, can all come into play. But one thing's for sure: Your skin must stay hydrated throughout the process, and a good moisturizer is the answer. Wearing moisturizer does not cause breakouts.
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25 Best Moisturizers for Oily and Acne-Prone Skin Types
Best Oil-Free Moisturizers - Face Creams for Acne-Prone Skin
When it comes to skin, oil can be too much of a good thing. Yes, sebum—the oil your face naturally produces —is one key to glowing, radiant skin. There isn't a hero product that can single-handedly eliminate excess oil, but taking up the right routine can reduce the appearance of greasy skin—and that's where oil-free moisturizers come in. Below, we've rounded up the best oil-free moisturizers that plump and hydrate skin, leaving it silky, smooth, and—best of all—matte. If the name of this moisturizer sounds heavenly, just wait until you feel the texture. Japanese green tea is the star of the show here, soothing redness, balancing oil production, and adding antibacterial properties that may help fight acne.
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20 Best Moisturizers for Oily Skin
We all experience our fair share of greasy skin and sweat-induced breakouts in the warmer months, but for those of us whose baseline is that of excess oiliness, a lightweight, noncomedogenic moisturizer is a year-round must. You know you can't necessarily reach for the same moisturizer as your normal-, dry-, and even combination-skin-typed friends, but you also know that being a little too blessed in the sebum department doesn't mean you can skip moisturizer altogether. Your skin can still become dehydrated, and it still needs moisture on the reg.
It might seem counterintuitive to moisturize oily, acne-prone skin, but acne-fighting products can leave skin feeling extra-dry as result. Fortunately, there are plenty of face creams and moisturizers that work wonders for oily and acne-prone skin to give it the hydration it needs without causing breakouts or looking greasy. Pay attention to labels when choosing a moisturizer for acne-prone and oily skin. The GH Beauty Lab consistently tests all different kinds of moisturizers in our Lab and on consumers with a range of skin types including oily and acne-prone. In the Lab, we're actually able to figure out how well a moisturizer hydrates skin by using a machine called a Corneometer — our experts measure skin hydration before applying moisturizer, and then again six hours later to determine how much hydration levels have changed.