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Prevent and Reduce Oily Skin on Face

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Can I use products for dry, sensitive skin if I have a combination skin type? And will this cause any further acne?

I tend to have oily skin on my nose and halfway through my cheeks. I use a cleanser and moisturizer for dry, sensitive skin (from my dermatologist).

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While you would probably not cause any further acne to develop by using dry, sensitive skin products on your combination skin, it's better to use products that are specifically made for combination skin. Neutrogena, Pevonia, and Garnier all make combination skin products.

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I am 35 years old and I am still getting acne.. my cycles are also not that regular...sometimes I get them much earlier. and I have very very oily skin. acne spots as well?

Please guide me, for the past 3 years I have been using proactive solutions which have been very useful for me..still I have acne problem and depressed scars..

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What is the best facial cleanser and make up base for oily skin? because in the morning I use liquid foundation and during midday my face is oily. Do I need to retouch my face with powder?

Do I need to retouch my face with powder? I have tried: Mild soap. I think it was caused by: I don't drink enough water because of my work and I eat crap foods

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My skin is oily and if I wash my face at night, till morning it becomes oily?

What is the solution for this? please help me out!

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