Hi everyone, hope you feel good and beautiful today. So, actually, in the past I never did a make-up and was using different skin care products, never had something special, but now want to start and enter this beauty field and need advice from you and your experience. For my first step I want to ask you this, I have a problem as my skin is really oily and sensitive and because of that I have acne and make-up problems. I need couple good advice: 1. What are the best skin care products for oily skin + that have acne issues. 2. What cosmetics you use and which one fits better for this type of skin. 3. Which make-up fixer fits better. I will appreciate all advice from you. Thanks!
Wondering if anyone had opinions on exfoliators out there. There are so many products I never know which one to try first. Been debating between a product from sephora or from lush. Thanks guys! Im oily/combination skin. My routine includes, two masks, serum, moisturizer, cleanser and toner.
I recently got bangs, and the skin on my forehead has become so oily! Which products can I use, in the morning or the evening, to keep the pores on my forehead from getting clogged with all of the extra oil? I'm generally a pretty low-maintenance kind of girl, so I don't want to spend a ton of time using very expensive products. Thanks!
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GOOD MORNING TO ALL, LATELY I HAVE BEEN STRUGGLING WITH SUCH AN OILY SKIN AND A FEW BREAKOUTS, PLEASE SUGGEST A GOOD FOUNDATION FOR MY TYPE OF SKIN THAT WILL LAST LONG WITH GOOD COVERGE? RIGHT NOW I AM USING TOO FACED(BORN THIS WAY) OR CLINIQUE ACNE SOLUTIONS. I DO USE NARS PRIMER BUT DOESN'T SEEM TO HELP EITHER. THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE. I WOULD TRULY APPRECIATE ANY SUGGESTIONS
which is the best matte fundation for oil skin and big pores and the best concealer?????, i have the make up forever liquid fundation but is not the best for me it makes that my skin looks super oily and it doesnt cover all my acne and my scars, please helpppp Spoiler (Highlight to read)
I'm looking for a moisturizer suited for my skin type. I saw the new olehenriksen balance it all set (cleanser, toner and hydrator) and I read about the Jack Black double duty face moisturizer with SPF. I have oily acne prone skin. I'm not sure which one would be better for me, both seem to be good for oily skin but one focuses on reducing oil and the other has SPF, both of which I like. Which one should I get ? Or any recommendations?
Hi! I'm looking for a skin care routine for at night and a quick one in the morning. I am 16. My t zone is oily mostly around my nose and chin but the rest of my face is mostly normal. Also sometimes on my cheeks i get little bumps that aren't pimples their just bumps. I get very few pimples but when i do they tend to be on my nose. I don't really know what to get so a list of things for a routine would be great and if products are recommended as well that's awesome.
For the longest, I've been noticing that my makeup starts to crack on my T zone. I try to blot as much as I can throughout the day and touch up with translucent powder but it makes it worse and actually removes my makeup. I don't understand why.
Has anyone tried our Magic Mattifying balm & blotting sheet Duo yet? I developed it to be used as a primer under makeup to smooth skin & mattify or on top of makeup as a quick touch up. The blotting sheet cartridge is the first in the world Would love to know if any fitness gals/boys find this helpful! Spoiler (Highlight to read) Spoiler (Highlight to read)
I have extremely sensitive skin + oily acne prone skin. I tried Estee Lauder Double Wear and it made me break out so much I got white painful bumps all over my face. I think it might have been an allergic reaction to some ingredients. So I wanted to try a matte medium to full cover foundation and I'm debating between Kat Von D Lock it Foundation and Becca Ever Matte Shine Proof Foundation. Which one should I get ?
Can anyone recommend ANY product (priner, foundation, cream etc) that will help with my oily skin. I use a smash box primer, smash box liquid foundation, Sephora powder, AND the urban decay setting spray. I work an office job so I don't generally "sweat" while at work. But by lunch my face is super oily, especially in my t-zone. So any products that eliminate oily skin (without clogging pores) would be fantastic!!
Does anyone have any recommended cleanser for oily skin and the packaging is nice? I have tried many cleansers and masks for the oily t-zone and pores but nothing really worked for me Origin : still oily after washing my face. Fresh soy: large pores afterwards Caudalie instant foaming : didn't clean the oil Kate Somerville detox : made my cheeks super dry Kate Somerville exfoliate foam : breakouts Kate Somerville gentle: didn't clean the oil Clinique 3 steps : the toner had a strong smell and if I skipped the toner, the products had not effect Erno Laszno oil and sea mud soap : finally worked, but I prefer a simpler cleansing product I heard other products that could work ( First Aid , Boscia, Philosophy ), but I would really prefer a nicer looking packaging. Right now I'm considering the following products, does anyone know if any of these could work? Perricone MD citrus wash Amorepacific treatment cleansing foam (I really like the packaging) Sunday Riley Clay Cleanser (the packaging is okay) Or anything else? I do use moisturizer twice a day and sunscreen during the day. Thanks oxox
If i'm matched 1y06 what color should i buy in hourglass immaculate? It doesn't have an exact match and i don't want to buy the wrong one. i've tried "shell" before and it looked way too yellow. Should I use a primer with this one? Any recs? I have an extremely oily nose/chin but normal skin elsewhere.
Hi, I've identified my skin type as combination (oily in the t-zone, normal in the u-zone). I definitely need to moisturize, as my skin is dehydrated still, and I don't have a hard time finding a lightweight, oil-free moisturizer (my requirements are oil-free (if it has only one, MAYBE two oils, that's okay) , hyaluronic acid , and the drying type of alcohol-free , and ideally has SPF ), but recently I've hoped to find a moisturizer that when absorbed, leaves a matte finish . I've found products here and there with one and maybe two of these, but not all of them. Is there an oil-free moisturizer out there that leaves a matte finish, but still hydrates? I'm considering Tata Harper Rebuilding Moisturizer , this seems to meet my reqs, is this good?
I am in need of a new moisturizer. Currently, I have just run out of my stockpile of Olay's Fresh Effects: Dew Over gel moisturizer (which was discontinued) and I'm on the hunt for something new and more in line with my concerns. I did love that product, but while I did find my breakouts happened less frequently - it really didn't do much for oil control. Concerns: I have HELLA oily skin. I eat blotting paper for breakfast and I am triple-glad that dewy/hi-lighter gleams are trending because oh em gee, I am a-gleaming 24/7. That said, I do get the occasional zit and I have noticed some fine lines creeping near my eyes and around my mouth. Basically, I want a lightweight preferably gel moisturizer that can keep my oil production under control, while helping my skin transition into my thirties. Also, interested in night cream ideas as well. Thank you for any and all suggestions!
Spoiler (Highlight to read) Hi! So I have very oily skin and I am looking for a morning skincare routine. I often get acne in my cheeks and nose, I have acne scars in my cheeks and uneven skin tone. I am 23yrs old as well. Any advice on products to use for my morning routine to get clear, healthy skin? Please and thanks!
Hi! I have oily/ combination, sensitive skin, and am looking for a SPF-containing BB cream that is non-comedogenic (won't break me out) and will keep my face matte throughout the day. In particular, it gets really gross in my T zone and I have to blot 10 times a day to keep it at bay. And, acne-wise, my skin is clearing up but the texture on my forehead is pretty bumpy and I'm prone to congested pores and blackheads. Pore-minimizing would also be nice. Does anyone have any recommendations/ must-have products? I'm feeling a little overwhelmed by the number of products out there so I want to try to narrow them down as best as I can. Thanks so much!
I used to have dry patches and oily skin, but I've switched to using Belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb, May Coop Raw Sauce, Son & Park Beauty Water, and I use St Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub as a cleanser. My skin has stopped being dry, but it's still oily. It's not as oily as it used to be but I really want to find a way or product(s) that would help my face not be so oily or shiny during the day. Also, I don't wear makeup.
Hello! I have very oily skin and enlarged pores. I currently am using the Clinique 3-Step and I have been using it for about 3-4 months. I previously used Dermologica and some other random products. Right now I use the 3 step-in the morning and then at night I use the Clinique City Block Charcoal Clenser in the evening (instead of the 3 Step Clenser) and use my Clarsonic. I also use the Clinque Moisture Surge after using the gel moisterizer and I like the way it does feel. I have stopped using it a few days to see if the moisture surge was causing the extra oil. I am looking for products or regimines, things I can change to make my skin less oily and at least reduce the breakouts. I can start doing something mid-day to cut down the oil, but the breakouts need to stop! haha. Thank you for anyone's help!
I've been using a clay mask for a couple weeks that was recommended to me by a lady at a Shoppers drug mart and it seems to be making my skin worse. My skin has become rough and bumpy. I have a s*** ton of blackheads on my forehead and chin that weren't there before and the pores on and around my nose have gotten a lot bigger. Is it just this particular product that I'm using or do clay masks do more damage than good?