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... For the oil, it might be hormone related. I used to have very oily skin and it got better on its own with time. The good thing about oily skin is that it helps keep your skin looking good when you get older and less a chance of wrinkles. ... (9 replies)
... Oily skin does not prevent wrinkles. Wrinkles are caused by the breakdown of collagen, oily skin does nothing more than give you a bad complection. People with oily skin generaly have large pores in which they never have really nice baby soft looking skin, as seen on someone young. ... (6 replies)
... I agree! Everybody I know with oily skin that is older says it helps them NOT get wrinkles. If it isn't causing breakouts, I wouldn't worry too much. ... (6 replies)

... I have oily skin as well. I complain about it all the time and my mom always says that oily skin is good for your skin. She says I wont get as many wrinkles. She has a sister who is ten years younger than her and she looks younger than her! ... (6 replies)
... My mother had really oily skin now she is 50 ish and has no wrinkles at all! ... (5 replies)
... looking wrinkles from dryness. ... (5 replies)
... Oily skin does tend to stay wrinkle free for a bit longer.. since the skin has its natural moisturizers. When your skin is dry, it feels tighter and doesn't stretch as much.. but after putting on some moisturizer, it feels so smooth and stretches better.. ... (5 replies)
... I've heard that it's genetics and exposure to sun and environmental pollutants that cause wrinkles as we age, so good genetics and protection from the latter two, are what prevents them. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, people with naturally oily skin tend to get less wrinkles overtime. ... (5 replies)
Oily skin
Aug 11, 2006
... it's a clear gel make for oily and sensitive skin, it only foams a bit, so it does not strip your skin or dry it out, which ironically makes it less oily. ... (7 replies)
Oily skin
Aug 11, 2006
... but don't use it unless u feel your skin is inflamed or about to get pimples. My daily facial wash is Issima Guerlain perfect white Ex, it doesn't whiten the skin but it has very soft scrubbing formula that can be used daily. ... (7 replies)
... eliminate it because it didn't look good on me, but like this post says when you get into your mid 30's you'll thank God for it. I'm 36 and I totally dig that my skin had all that oil in it. ... (15 replies)
... If your skin is just oily but you don't get pimples, thank your lucky stars. ... (15 replies)
... I have used both BM and Sheer Cover. I also have very oily skin! I like the Sheer Cover better on my skin. I found that the BM seemed "shiny" on my skin and Lord knows, I don't need any more shine! ... (10 replies)
... I also have very oily skin, and for the longest time associated moisturizers with making it worse. I believe though, that the oil your skin produces and actaul moisturizers are very different. You may want to try to make sure you find one that is oil free. ... (6 replies)
... LOL this is what i've been telling myself a lot lately! whenever i think my oily skin is a curse, i remind myself that its a blessing is disguise and i'll be thanking my lucky stars for having no wrinkles at the age of 40! ... (14 replies)
... That is all I can offer. I am 28 and just accepting the fact I have oily skin. Keep this in mind, the oilier the skin, the longer you can go without aging wrinkles! ... (14 replies)
Very oily skin
Mar 6, 2002
... Basically the problem is my skin gets very oily in the T zone on my face. ... (9 replies)
... I use sephora brand primer. I feel like it works better after I put on my foundation. I don't rub it in, I just put it on my fingers and pat it on the areas that have large pores and wrinkles, it seems to fill it in, works much better this way. (7 replies)
... One of the big factors in oily or dry skin is the environment. For instance if you live in an area that is humid it can make you have oily skin. The foods you eat is another big one. Hormones can play a big role in oil production as well. Birth control pills can have this affect. ... (2 replies)

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