We know that having oily skin doesn’t make it easy for you when trying to find the best skincare products. How many products have you already ditched because within the first couple of uses you broke out like crazy? Also, what about those products you’d love to use, but still they leave you shining like a disco ball? Under those circumstances, it’s always hard to gather the courage to invest in yet another product. However, we’re here to help. To that end, we’ve picked our favorite serums for oily skin regarding several needs. Stick with us in order to find out the best retinol serum for oily skin or the best mattifying one.
Pestle & Mortar Pure Hyaluronic Serum
Best Hydrating Serum for Oily Skin
Oily skin still needs water, as excess oil is usually accompanied by a lack of water content. Thus, it’s important to keep the skin hydrated, and hyaluronic acid is just what you need. To this end, this serum is great due to its runny consistency that is immediately absorbed. Yes, even by oily skin.
Ducray Keracnyl Serum
Best Serum for Teen Acne
Teenagers do not usually have the will to do a full routine. Besides, why complicate things when you can have a serum that does it all? This serum not only reduces blemishes, but also fights dark spots and downplays redness.
SVR Sebiaclear Serum Anti-Marks Anti-Blemish Global Corrector
Best Serum for Adult Acne
We’ve already suggested it on our oily skin routine and we stand behind it still. Being that this serum has antiaging properties combined with acne-fighting ingredients, it couldn’t be any more perfect for those looking for something that isn’t just for acne.
Martiderm Acniover Serum
Best Rebalancing Serum for Oily Skin
A point often overlooked is that the skin is a living organ. Thus, it’s important to take care of it and ensure that we respect its natural balance. For that reason, this serum includes pre and probiotics in order to reinforce the skin barrier and help to protect it.
Babé Bicalm+ Soothing & Repairing Ampoules
Best for Oily and Sensitive Skin
In most cases, formulas suitable for sensitive skin are heavy and formulated to be extremely nourishing. However, these light ampoules from Babé can even be used on the oiliest skins. They will help to both reduce redness and feelings of discomfort without weighting on your skin.
Eucerin Anti-Pigment Dual Serum
Best Dark Spots Treatment for Oily Skin
At this point, the dual formula serum doesn’t need any introductions. Above all, this is a great formula for those looking to reduce dark spots and brighten the skin. However, it has to be said that both formulas are extremely light and will be absorbed instantly by any skin.
SVR Ampoule [A] Lift Smoothing Concentrate
Best Retinol Serum for Oily Skin
We know it’s hard to find the perfect retinol, as many of them are formulated in an oil base. However, this ampoule from SVR is super light like water, without compromising efficacy. Additionally, this formula can be used even during the summer months.
Sesderma C-Vit Serum Liposomal
Best Vitamin C for Oily Skin
Another cult product for this list, this Vitamin C serum contains lipossomed ascorbic acid. This means that, contrary to most formulas, it doesn’t need an oil base. The super light formula also contains hyaluronic acid in order to keep the skin hydrated.
Clarins Huile Lotus Treatment Oil
Best Face Oil for Oily Skin
We know this isn’t exactly a serum, but we also didn’t want to make it look like oily skin can’t use anything with oils in them. While it may be true that some oils are a definite no-go for oily skin, others are just perfect for it. Take for example this fast-absorbing oil, which actually helps to balance excessive oiliness and minimizing the appearance of pores. The living proof that some oil-based products are very welcomed by oily skin too!
As you can see, even though it might be tricky, it’s not impossible to find the perfect serums for oily skin. Please check our selection of skincare products for oily skin for more options. There you’ll find not only serums, but also every product formulated specifically for oily skin.
Head of Content at Care to Beauty