No one likes to have a greasy face, and that is why we follow a consistent skin care routine to manage oily skin. Besides that, we can also rely on clever beauty products that will keep us shine-free and glowing at the same time.

1.Use a lightweight mattifying primer that won't clog pores.
Grab a gel primer that grants a refreshing touch to skin (because oily skin can become thirsty, too), and provides a silky matte finish immediately after application. This one has diamond powder that produces a soft-focus effect on your complexion—the fanciest filter IRL.

Benefit The Porefessional Matte Rescue Mattifying Gel, P1,600

Benefit is available at Trinoma, SM Megamall, Central Square Bonifacio High Street, Greenbelt, Glorietta, SM Mall of Asia, and Alabang Town Center.

2. Take advantage of a hard-working foundation to erase flaws.
An amazing beauty multi-tasker, this compact works as a primer, foundation, concealer, and powder. You'll love how it blurs pores and covers imperfections in one swipe, and of course, the velvety finish it leaves on your face.

L'Oreal True Match Genius 4-in-1 Foundation
L'Oreal is available at department stores.

3. Invest in a product that prioritizes instant results and long-term care.
This bottle boasts of the benefits of skincare and makeup. The Alguronic acid will maintains your skin's youth and elasticity. Lentil seed extract magically shrinks your pores, and salycylic acid, as expected, keeps breakouts at bay.

Algenist Pore Corrector Anti-Aging Primer, P2,150
Algenist is available at Rustan's branches. 



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