Jul 19, 2012
I have pretty oily skin and don't know what to do. I use clean & clear morning scrub and Mary Kay face wash (one for morning and night) and then I put a Mary Kay cleansing spray, then I put on moisturizer. What should I do AND not do, to keep my face not oily? Thanks!
Most things will claim to help oiliness but a lot of the time it won't work for you as we all have different reactions so,Instead of cleanse and clear morning scrub use a foaming mattifier as it will dry oily areas and your only supposed to exfoilate once a week.Toner will get all the dirt out of your face so your pores are not clogged and then buy a non-greasy moustrizer like Olay beauty liquid for combination skin.You will never get rid of oiliness completely but you can lighten the load And create the illusion thats there's no oil with this skin routine and these tips,get some blotting papers (you can get a 3 pack of ELF for cheap) and when wearing makeup apply powder to your oily areas.hope this helps :)
Have you heard of Milk Of Magnesia?
I use Mark. Help Wanted Anti Acne Exfoliating Cleanser, which is gentle and creamy and doesn't dry my skin out. Then I apply Witch Hazel as my astringent, then I put on Mark. Matte Chance Mattifying Lotion. My skin is soooo much less oily, it keep me matte all day and helps my makeup apply a lot better and my acne has cleared up quite a bit.
I recommend Mark. Matte-Nificent Oil Absorbing Powder or ELF oil blotting sheets though to keep oil under control throughout the day.
Hope that sort of helps lol
and I'm a Mark Rep, so if you're interested in any products I mentioned, you can always ask me more about them or check them out online (http://arioja.mymarkstore.com)
Jul 30, 2012
Murad exfoliating acne treatment gel is amazing for very oily skin. I use this and clean & clear oil absorbing sheets 1x day.
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