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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.

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.

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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?

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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