The same thing applies with dry skin but a different outcome; you are much more likely to suffer from wrinkles which let’s face it is a concern for any woman in this day and age.
I have actually tested this theory by not removing my makeup some nights before bed, or on occasion just using wipes. I then went back to my original routine which consisted of removing my makeup with garnier facial wipes, then washing my face with Clinique liquid soap, then using cotton pads to wipe my face with Clinique clarifying lotion, and finishing with a Molton Brown Instant Matte moisturiser, and the results were significant. My breakouts almost completely went and my skin felt so smooth and soft.
I suffer from oily combination skin so it’s very important to have a good routine to keep my complexion looking as clear as possible. And don’t be fooled by thinking you don’t need to moisturise as much if you have oily skin, this isn’t true. If your skin feels it needs moisture it will produce more oil to protect it, so as long as you use the right moisturiser for your skin type your skin will be much better using one.