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    **Joe Buch** Male

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    Default Oily face

    Hello guys, what could i do for my oily face? What treatments are they?

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    **clara kim** Female

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    I have very oily skin. You just need to have a good skincare routine to control it. My favorite is the

    The set has everything you need! The first few days my skin did get a bit dry though. Be sure to use a good skincare routine for night too. If you need recommendations for that too, let me know.
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    **Lucy Jodkowski** Female

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    Use products especially for oily skin, nothing too strong, maybe something natural. every skin care brand has a line for oily prone skin, you just need to get scouring the shops.
    Men tend to suffer from oily skin more anyway as it's to do with your hormones. But a positive is that oily skin will slow down the appearance of aging.
    Wash your face twice a day and use products that contain benzyl peroxide and aloe vera. Please don't use harsh treatments or products which contain alcohol to dry out your face, it won't work, our skin needs to stay moist.

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    **vijay kumar** Male

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    use oil free make up matte make up and use professional products from an esetician for oily skin cleanser and moisturizer.

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    **marguerite** Female

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    My dad and my siblings all have oily/red skin, and it's frustrating because we could never find the right products. Then, we stumbled on Sebamed at Costco. The sales lady explained to me one of the causes of oily skin is the disruption of our skin's protective layer. She mentioned that the top layer of our skin has a pH 5.5, and typical skin care products (even well-known skin care brands) have a much higher pH, which strip away this layer and make our skin very dry/irritated. When our skin is dry, it produces even more oil to compensate. Because Sebamed products have a pH 5.5, it's mild and it protects your skin. After I started using Sebamed, my skin became less oily/red, it seriously is amazing! I don't know what I would do without it, I highly recommend it! It's gaining a lot of attention, which is awesome because more places carry them now, including CVS, thank goodness.
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    Oily face can be better if five times it may wash even use the some typical skin products which not have any side effect for the skin especially better way just to consult the skin specialist doctor.

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    **Joe Buch** Male

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    Hello, This is a pic of me with my oily face 10-8-2012 3-56-56 PM.jpg

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    **marguerite** Female

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    Hey Joe! I think you should give Sebamed line a try! As I said, my whole family swears by it! There's a whole science behind maintaining your skin at pH 5.5. I didn't believe it before, but after researching and trying out the products myself, there's no way I would ever go without their face wash and moisturizer

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    **Genevieve** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by marguerite View Post
    My dad and my siblings all have oily/red skin, and it's frustrating because we could never find the right products. Then, we stumbled on Sebamed at Costco. The sales lady explained to me one of the causes of oily skin is the disruption of our skin's protective layer. She mentioned that the top layer of our skin has a pH 5.5, and typical skin care products (even well-known skin care brands) have a much higher pH, which strip away this layer and make our skin very dry/irritated. When our skin is dry, it produces even more oil to compensate. Because Sebamed products have a pH 5.5, it's mild and it protects your skin. After I started using Sebamed, my skin became less oily/red, it seriously is amazing! I don't know what I would do without it, I highly recommend it! It's gaining a lot of attention, which is awesome because more places carry them now, including CVS, thank goodness.
    great advice and so true- i like what i'm hearing!

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    Oil skins should use less chemical make ups.More use of Aloe Vera and Aloe Vera gel will help to remove oil from your face.As this type of skin texture should not use the more creams as they make more ugly..


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