I'm looking for help on how to get rid of the peeling skin I have on my face. I have VERY oily skin, but for some reason the skin on my nose and chin is perpetually peeling! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
I currently use Loreal's true match mousse concealer and I am planning to buy a product that helps with a couple of flaws I have. 1)Oily skin - After 2 hours or so, my skin becomes VERY oily and shiny. I would love a product to help my make up stay on for the whole day. 2)Big Pores - I have huge pores and I want a product to help me make them not visible . 3)REDNESS - This is my biggest problem. After I wash my face and apply vaseline lotion it becomes red on my cheeks and ESPECIALLY on the edges of my nose. The redness is somewhat a very light rosacea. PLEASE HELP AND LIST SOME PRODUCTS DOWN BELOW ! I am a 16 yr old teen looking to spend under $40.
Hi I am in need of a new moisturizer. I have kind of combination skin but it is more oily than it is dry. Most of the time my skin is pretty oily but it can get dry also if I don't use any moisturizer.
I usually use the St. Ives Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer and find that it works well for me in the winter. But it's a little bit heavy for me in the summer and my skin gets on the oily side and very shiny! Any suggestions for an affordable lightweight summer moisturizer that can go on under primer + BB cream for daily use?
I have oily skin with large pores in my t zone that always need covering up. I've tried many of those clear "gel" looking primers (porefessional, smashbox, too faced, Lancôme) but they always seem to flake up on me when applying. I have skin care products I apply underneath the primer but I refuse to skip those. does anyone else have this problem?
what is the best foundation for really oily skin? I read reviews on Nars Sheer Matte Foundation, Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation and Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation and they each have good reviews. I would like to know which is better? Or which one you would recommend?
I've had blackheads since 12 years old (I'm twenty three now). I exfoliate weekly and use facial masks 2-3 times a week. In addition, I use beta-hydroxy acid several times a week. I don't expect that my black heads will completely disappear but they not only remain stubbornly unchanged, they are slowly spreading into areas outside of my t-zone. What products should I try to keep them at bay? Is it time to visit the dermatologist?
I have used so many foundations and because i have oily skin its hard to find a good-long lasting liquid foundation. So far I've found one that I've liked and that's the new Stila foundation with concealer in cap. I was wondering what foundation is similar and or lighter (maybe even a powder than a liquid as well)? Plus I've noticed that my skin is very fair and more pink, so foundations with less yellow are much appreciated!! Please and thank you!!! -Lydia
I need a new moisturizer and after reading lots of reviews i've narrowed it down to about 5 so if you have tried any of these please let me know how they worked out for you. Also i have oily skin, prone to breakouts (especially when trying new products) and redness with sensitivity. So im looking for one that kinda does it all. My main concerns are oiliness throught the day and acne scars so id like it to help with both of those and i only need a morning moisturizer got the nightime one covered. 1. Ole Hen. -vitamin plus or sheer transformation 2. Kate Somerville -oil free or Goats milk 3. Korres -pomegrante balancing- i got a sample of this not sure how i feel about it tho, made my skin kinda oily a couple hours after applying maybe i used too much tho 4. Bliss -energizing+ C cream 5. Fresh -umbian clay 6. Boscia -revitalzing black
I am looking for a tinted powder that will give me a little more coverage to use to set my foundation. I currently use MUFE HD powder, but I want a powder that is going to give me a bit more coverage over my foundation, make my skin look flawless and also help control my extremely oily skin. Any suggestions?
I am looking for a tinted powder to add more coverage over my foundation. I now use MUFE HD powder to set my foundation, but I want something with more coverage. I need one that will add a little more coverage over my foundation to make my skin look flawless and also will help control my extremely oily skin? Any suggestions?
I am looking for a tinted powder to use to set my foundation. I want a powder that is going to give me a little more coverage, make my skin look flawless and also can control my extremely oily skin. Any suggestions? I am currently using MUFE HD powder but it doesn't give me any extra coverage.
A this point I have tried 4 primers, and none of them seem to work on m y skin. I always end up oilyy, and the make-up is coming off. The primers that I have used are: Smashbox Light Primer, Smashbox Photo Finish Oil Free, Laura Mercier, and Benefit Porefressional Primer. I always use Too Faced Invisible Powder to finish it off, but it always seems to make me oily. I use Kat Vond D foundation, and Clinique BB cream. Any advice is welcome. Thanks for your time.
I purchase the Three Little Wonders set hoping to find a perfect skin care set, but I find that the Night Gel is greasy and the Truth Serum is a little too heavy for daytime. Does anyone else have the same issues?? I first tried a truth serum sample & it's okay for now. Plus I've tried different combinations for day along with an oil mattifier & primer, but they just feel a little too greasy- that set was $70 so it wasn't cheap!
I've seen SK-II mentioned again and again in interviews with celebrities (Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, some models and stuff) and it's carried in Sephora, so it's kind of within reach. I was wondering has anyone tried it? which product and is it good for oily skin? I've brought stuff for my mom, but the main complaint was it's too creamy/thick since she have 100% oily skin. I think La Mer's gonna be a bit too thick, and I was eyeing the SK-II Essence for change of season/especially tiring days (but no pimples or oily mess allowed).
I have combo oily skin & I need a really good powder to set my foundation with, but that won't make me look cakey. Also I want it to last most of the day without having to Blot...I've already tried MUFE HD powder & it left a white cast & i've also tried Too Faced primed & poreless, its great for setting my under eye concealer, but id like something a bit different for the rest of my face....Any suggestions??? HLEP!!!
Hi, I'm looking for something that will provide good oil control, perhaps a primer or a lotion. I don't need a lot of coverage; right now I just use concealer where needed, a bit of Tarte bronzer and Chanel blush. But my t-zone gets very oily by mid-day. I have tried Boscia T-zone treatment, and a few different primers (like Urban Decay and Nars), but nothing seems to work. Can you recommend a moisturizer, treatment or primer (or all three!) that will really control oil? Thanks!
Hello! So I am 15 and am struggling with extremely oily skin as well as constant breakouts. I want a foundation which will look and feel natural, but offer enough coverage and oil control since it is difficult to touch up during the school day. I am currently using Clinque acne solutions but don't like it becuase halfway through the day, it gets oily and begins to slide off my face. Please help with any suggestions!
It's beginning to get a bit ridiculous and, I admit, disheartening. I have tried oil-free cleansers and moisturizers ... all of my foundation is oil free and I've applied them on top of high-end primers as well as drugstore primers and nothing. is. working. A good cleanser then primer then oil-free foundation will work well for no longer than 2 hours. My nose is an oil slick. My forehead and cheeks can go about 4 hours on a good day. Blotting powders are useless 30 minutes after applying and blotting papers only rub off my makeup, making my face look even worse. I'll leave the house with a flaky, dry nose due to the layers of primer and cleanser. I get to work and spots of oil have already began to show. I don't know what to do. My skincare regime: Morning - Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Cleanser Salicylic Acid pad from dermatologist Evening - Noxzema makeup removed wipe Cetaphil or Mario Badescu Acne Wash with my Clarisonic Salicylic Acid pad from dermatologist Oil of Olay Complete All Day Moisturizer for Oily/Combo Skin
Hi everyone! I have what might be a weird (or stupid) question. I have oily skin that's getting oiler by the day (particularly now as it's starting to get warmer in CA, where I live). I'm looking for an untinted mattifier that is stand-alone because all I wear on my face during the day is sunblock. I do NOT wear foundation, powder, concealer, BB cream, or anything. Just sunblock if I'm going outside. I've been using a sample of Dermalogica's Clearing Mattifier and so far it's all right, but I'm interested to see what else it out there since I've never actually TRIED a mattifier until this one. So what I want is a mattifier (+10 if it also helps with acne/blackheads) that I can wear by itself or with sunblock. Any tips?
I am currently using Bare Minerals foundation, I have oily prone skin, large pores, not really acne prone tho. Looking to simplify my makeup, from moisturizer, primer, foundation, and setting powder. Need advice as far as BB and CC creams. I am 36 and also want anti aging, but it seems anything anti aging is very moisturizing, which my severely oily skin cannot handle. I am not looking for a heavy coverage either.
Hello everyone , I need "asap" a very good cleanser and a moisturizer for my oily skin. I tried so many products and i'm getting tired of this... The only products that i have in mind right now are the Origins "Zero Oil" cleanser , and the "Zero Oil" moisturizer OR the Dr. Brant "Pores no more" kit. Is it a good idea ? Please help ! xo
I just recently bought Smashbox Light Primer and Smashbox BB cream, with the Smashbox powder. the make up looks great on my skin, but my only problem is that my face still gets very oily in my T-zone. I dont know if I should use a different brand or a different primer, but I love the matte natural look. Help!