Well, what I would suggest is that you wash with a face wash ever day and then use an exfoliating scrub twice a week. I personally have been using neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Facial Cleanser for every day use and Lancome Paris facial scrub, but that’s a bit expensive. Morning burst by Clean and clear works just as well and leaves your face feeling fresh. The exfoliating scrub will help get off any dead skin and extra dirt that tends to be left behind even when washed. Dead skin can clog your pores and cause your skin to breakout and to become more oily.posted 11 months ago
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When using the scrub you really want to scrub, just not too hard that you rub the skin off…I don’t know how gentle your skin is so use your own discretion of what’s “too hard” and was not. Also you might want to keep your hair off your face at least when you sleep. Oil from your hair and cause your skin to become oily as well. Now, your skin my start to get a little dry. I recommend using a face cream or lotion with no oil in it. I hope I help you, oily skin can be a real pain in the butt, best of wishes :Dposted 11 months ago
Carry around oil-blotting papers with you everywhere you go, and if you wear makeup and or foundation, try a tinted moisturizer instead of just flat out foundation. Tinted moisturzier can feel lighter.posted 10 months ago
If you wear make up, I would suggest and oil-free version. I have oily skin and the best foundation I’ve found that I can wear all day and not be oily is Revlon’s Photoready Foundation. It’s the best make up I’ve ever used on my face!
Also use a salicylic acid cleanser in the morning and at night. And a toner with witch hazel in it will combat excess oil and make your skin feel amazing. I also do a clay mask (just a cheap one) about once a week to detoxify any impurities. :)posted 10 months ago
I have extremely oily skin. I exfoliate a couple times a week and use Cetaphil Oil Control face wash. I also find that using a primer before makeup helps makeup stay in place so it doesn’t smudge when you start to get a little oily.posted 10 months ago