This is a tricky proposition to find a facial oil that will treat combination skin. This skin type is defined as having dry patches in some areas of the skin and oily patches in the T-zone or the forehead, eyes, nose and chin areas. What makes it complicated is these type of people with this skin type will need different treatments for the various areas of the skin. They will breed a face oil that will treat oily skin and dry skin all in one product preferably. Or you could buy separate oils to deal with the different areas of dry and oily skin. This may be a stretch but what if you forget the product you are using and apply it to the wrong area of the skin. For instance, you apply a face oil to an area of oily skin when it is supposed to be applied to the dry skin areas and visa versa. This probably would not happen but if it did hypothetically you just brought on a whole new set of problems for your skin. The oil (that is used for oily skin) that you put on the dry skin could cause the dry patches to become excessively oily than you will have breakouts where you normally wouldn’t. Conversely, you put a face oil on an oily patch that is supposed to be used for dry patches you will dry up the skin and cause it to become irritated, flaky and red. So, people with combination skin really do face a unique arena of problems when treating their skin. It would be great if you could find one face oil that would take care of both the dry and oily areas of your skin. Then whether you put it on an oily patch of skin or a dry patch of skin it wouldn’t matter because it is formulated to treat both types of skin conditions.