In combination skin the skin types vary in the T-zone and the cheeks. Specifically, you may notice that your T-zone (the central part of your face, including your forehead, nose, and chin) is oilier since your skin’s oil-producing glands are more concentrated there. Meanwhile, your nose and chin may appear dull and rough because of a buildup of dead skin cells. Your cheeks and the skin around your eyes may also be drier than the rest of your face. For most cases, combination skin occur because of genetics.
Combination skin is characterised by
Combination skin occurs mainly when you are young. The individual skin areas gradually adjust to each other throughout your life, or your skin in general can become drier as you age. Therefore, over time it is not unusual to notice your combination skin care routine change.