In reality, everyone’s skin is “combined” if you look at the definition completely square. We have a much greater tendency to produce more skin fat in the t-zone (forehead, nose, chin) than on the cheeks and under the eyes. A combination skin can be tricky to deal with because it is a “mix” of several skin types at once.
Often a combined skin will have tendencies to clogging the skin (ie pimples and blackheads), which especially appear in the forehead, at the nose and around the mouth and chin area.
Combination skin is thought to be one of the most common skin types. Watch for these symptoms and signs to determine whether or not you’re dealing with combined skin:
You’ve likely encountered plenty of “miracle” remedies designed to make your pores smaller—this remedy doesn’t truly exist. Nothing has been proven to actually reduce the size of your pores, but you can make them look smaller by keeping your pores clear with regular cleansing.