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MISSYK25 SparkPoints: (3,440)
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1/28/13 3:24 P

If it's that excessive and products out there to control oil don't help, I'd definitely go talk to a dermatologist or your family doctor.

TRISTALBLAIR Posts: 16
1/28/13 3:18 P

I started about a year ago and it's been in the last 5 or 6 months that my skin has become oil slick - oily.

MISSYK25 SparkPoints: (3,440)
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1/28/13 3:16 P

I have the lovely combination of oily in some areas, and dry in others. I found when I started eating better, my skin needed time to adjust and went through a bunch of changes. I'm not sure if you wear foundation, but for me I use a primer beforehand, which helps with the shine. I also found a moisturizer from Sephora that is meant for people with oily skin, and it seems to be making it more balanced.

How long has it been since you made the changes?

TRISTALBLAIR Posts: 16
1/28/13 2:50 P

I've always has dry skin, but since I started losing weight my skin has become increasingly oily. I usually have to use oil sheets on my face two or three times a day. It gets in my hair and my make up doesn't last. I'm not sure if it is the result of my new diet, hormones at turning 38, all the water I am now drinking or just something random.

I'd love to know what kind of skin care others with oily skin recommend.



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