Allmedic Skincare For Oily Skin

Struggling with shiny, oily skin? At Allmedic our approach is simple: use the right treatments and products for your skin and stick to a daily routine to reduce excess oil and shininess. Our luxurious, medical-grade skincare for oily skin focuses on balancing your skin’s natural sebum (oil) production for a healthier, balanced complexion. 

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What is oily skin?

Oily skin types are characterised by excess oil (sebum) production, leading to a shiny complexion and enlarged pores. Most often it is the T-zone (your forehead, down your nose and your chin) that is particularly prone to oiliness and shine. Your skin may become less oily with age, however you can’t permanently alter your skin type. 

Establishing a good skincare routine with the right products for your skin can effectively manage excess oil for a fresh, rejuvenated appearance. 

Allmedic Skincare For Oily Skin

Oily skin can make your face look shiny or greasy, especially across your forehead, down your nose and your chin.

What causes oily skin?

Understanding the factors that contribute to oily skin can help in managing it more effectively with the right products. Here are some key causes of oily skin:

  • Genetics: Oily skin can be inherited. If one or both of your parents have oily skin, you're more likely to have it too.
  • Hormonal changes: Fluctuations in hormones, especially during puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, or due to certain medications, can increase oil production.
  • Environment: Hot, humid climates can stimulate oil glands. Conversely, harsh winters or dry environments can cause the skin to overcompensate for dryness by producing more oil.
  • Diet: Certain foods, particularly those high in refined sugars and dairy products, might trigger oil production in some individuals.
  • Over-washing or over-exfoliating: Ironically, excessive cleaning or scrubbing of the skin can strip it of its natural oils, leading to increased oil production to compensate.
  • Incorrect skincare products: Using products not formulated for oily skin can exacerbate oiliness.
  • Medications: Certain medications, like hormonal treatments or steroids, can increase sebum production.
  • Age: Younger people tend to have oilier skin.

How to tell if you have oily skin

Recognising skin types will ensure you choose the right skincare products for your unique skin. Here’s a simple checklist to help you identify if you have oily skin:
  • Your skin often appears shiny or greasy, especially in the T-zone
  • You have visibly larger pores, especially around your nose and forehead
  • You’re prone to acne breakouts, pimples or blackheads due to excess sebum clogging the pores
  • Your skin tends to have a noticeable shine a few hours after using a cleanser
  • You may need to blot or dry your face throughout the day to control the shine
  • Your skin may feel thicker
  • You may find your makeup doesn’t last as long, or “slips” off 

What causes oily skin

As your skin produces more oil, you may feel like you constantly need to blot it to keep it dry. This is one symptom of oily skin.

Why you need our Allmedic skin care products for oily skin

Allmedic was founded by medical experts dedicated to offering advanced skincare solutions. Our range of products effectively addresses the challenges of oily skin, combining medical-grade care with luxurious daily skincare routines. Backed by extensive research, our skincare for oily skin helps remove excess oil and dead skin cells, clearing pores and creating a bright, clear complexion. 


Our products are uniquely formulated to manage oil and shine without causing surface dryness. This ensures your skin remains hydrated and healthy for a balanced appearance. 


Our medical-grade range is designed to be gentle, yet effective when treating acne-prone and oily skin. We offer a soothing skincare experience without the risk of irritation or redness. 


Allmedic’s skincare solutions are backed by research and medical-grade ingredients that target and manage oily skin effectively. 

What are the key ingredients and their benefits for oily skin types?

Allmedics skincare for oily skin is expertly formulated to address your unique skin condition. Our carefully crafted products combat oil and acne-causing bacteria while ensuring pores stay clear. We avoid harsh ingredients like benzoyl peroxide, ensuring our products gently yet effectively manage your oily skin type. 

Glycolic Acid 

As a natural chemical exfoliator, glycolic acid aids in effectively removing dead skin cells, unclogging pores and resurfacing the skin to manage oiliness and shine.

Salicylic Acid 

This BHA (beta-hydroxy acid) penetrates deep into oily pores to exfoliate, prevent blockages and restore balance to your skin. 

How to tell if you have oily skin

From a cleanser or moisturiser to serums and sun protection, our products are enriched with ingredients suitable for oily skin types.


This vitamin B3 reduces inflammation, strengthens your skin barrier and controls oil production to boost the health of your skin. 

Hyaluronic Acid

A small amount of hyaluronic acid acts as a lightweight moisturiser for gentle hydration without clogging pores. It helps to balance oil production and improve skin texture.

Milk Thistle (Silybum Marianum Seed Extract) 

Effective in reducing oil production, milk thistle can reduce oiliness, blemishes and acne breakouts for healthy, smooth skin. 

A skincare routine for oily skin

Enhance your skincare routine with Allmedic medical-grade products, designed to control oiliness and shine for clear, vibrant skin. 


  • Apply Allmedic Active Cleanser to your damp face to gently cleanse and manage oil
  • Gently massage our Detoxifying Lotion into your skin to soothe, protect, nourish and balance oil production
  • Finish with a sunscreen lotion specific formulated for oily skin


  • Use Allmedic Acne Clear Scrub, a gentle cleanser to wash away dirt, oil and makeup
  • Apply our Skin Repair Lotion to continue managing oil and refining skin texture overnight

Lifestyle changes for oily skin

Managing oily skin isn't just about the products you use; it's also about the lifestyle choices you make. To complement your skincare routine, consider these key lifestyle adjustments so your inner health shines through:

  • Diet: Incorporate more fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins into your meals. Reduce intake of sugary and greasy foods which can exacerbate oiliness.
  • Hydration: Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out. Well-hydrated skin can better regulate oil production.
  • Sleep: Aim for 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night. Lack of sleep can increase stress, leading to more oil production.

By making these changes, you can support your skin care regimen and help maintain a balanced, healthy complexion, reducing the impact of oily skin.



Why does oily skin need hydration?

Oily skin still requires hydration to maintain a healthy skin barrier. Despite producing excess amounts of oil, skin can still be dehydrated, lacking essential moisture. Hydration helps balance sebum production, prevents overproduction of oil, and ensures the skin stays supple and healthy. 


What treatment is best for oily skin?

The best treatments for oily skin typically include ingredients that regulate sebum production, unclog pores, and prevent breakouts. Look for cleansers, serums and moisturisers containing salicylic acid, niacinamide, and glycolic acid. It’s important to avoid overly harsh treatments that strip the skin of its natural oils and moisture, which can cause the skin to produce more oil as a response.


How do I start a skincare routine for oily skin?

Starting a skincare routine for oily skin involves a few key steps:

  • Cleanser: Use a gentle cleanser that can remove excess oil without drying your skin - Like Allmedic Active Face & Body Cleanser 
  • Serum/ Moisturiser: Opt for a lightweight, non-comedogenic moisturiser to hydrate without adding oiliness, such as Allmedic Detoxifying Lotion
  • Exfoliation: Regularly exfoliate with a BHA (like salicylic acid) to keep pores clear, like Allmedic Active Face & Body Scrub
  • Sunscreen: Apply an oil-free sunscreen daily to protect your skin.
  • Leave on mini Peel like Allmedic Skin Repair
  • Gradually introduce these products into your routine, giving your skin time to adjust.

Remember to patch-test new products to ensure they don’t irritate your skin.


What our customers say

  • Jeanette
  • Southport

"Overall my skin is greater than 85% better in just 4 months. I am very thankful for the allmedic skin repair and protection regime."

  • Carlie
  • Ascot, QLD

"I used your skin repair as suggested by my doctor and I can honestly say I will only use allmedic products from now on."

  • Charlotte
  • Grange, QLD

"I am a 70 year old female. I am very pleased with the results. My nose is smooth, not rough and peeling. I think my skin has improved about 60%."