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... 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)
... 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)

Very oily skin
Mar 6, 2002
... Basically the problem is my skin gets very oily in the T zone on my face. ... (9 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... part of your body. BUT, you can minimize it. I love clean and clear oil absorbing sheets. I use these instead of applying more makeup and my break outs are much less and your make up stays intact. I have heard witch hazel is a good product, though have not tried it. ... (14 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)
Olive Oil?????
Oct 19, 2003
... I have oily skin and use olive oil. I love it. It is not too oily at all. Make sure to use extra virgin olive oil only. I pour a very small amount in my hand, less than the size of a dime and I rub that on my palms and then PAT it all over my face, and then rub it in a little more. The stuff works great. ... (6 replies)
... You need to be careful of creams. Some creams on the market moisturize the top layer of dead skin cells giving a smoother appearance. While others draw moisture from the skin beneathe to give that plumper less wrinkled look. ... (5 replies)
... The application technique is VERY different from liquid foundation and takes an acquired flare for it. A ittle work and patience but worth it. The health of my skin improved dramatically. ... (5 replies)
... Many of us ladies love to go out and buy products that promise us healthier looking skin, less wrinkles and more. So what are in these products? ... (0 replies)
... I don't even believe that it clogs acne prone skin, not if you apply it correctly. For your face you pour into your hand less than a dime size of the oil, about half the size of a dime. ... (16 replies)
... My mom has very, very sensitive skin and her dermatologist has her just use unscented Aveeno lotion. It's worked just fine for her! She has dry skin though, so it might be heavy for you. ... (7 replies)




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