Combination Skins Is just that, combination skin. It’s most common in teenagers. The T zone is producing more sebum production than the rest of the face. Therefore it is not an indication of a skin disease.
But with that said, it could become a real challenge to take care of this type of skin, as the different parts of your face (or other parts of the body) need a specific treatment.
Combination skin is recognized as having oily skin in some areas of your face and dry skin in other areas. Consequently the t-zone forehead, nose, and chin are more prone to oiliness and the dry areas usually persist around the cheeks, jaw area, and along the hairline and it can appear dry or flaky? This means you have combination skin. But don’t worry! At least now you know that this is a common thing and that you can do something about it.
The cause of a combination skin is in sebum production. Sebum is a substance that is oily and keeps the skins moisturized. However when oil production is high, oily skin appears in the T-zone first. In summer, combination skin will be more visible. Climates with higher temperatures and humidity can also impact on this skin type.